Very low density, high thermal conductivity AGM Space application adhesives launched.
Following four years of development work AGM are now offering materials engineers, in the Space and Defence sectors, two unique thermally conductive epoxy paste adhesive systems, AGM TP300 and AGM TP400
These novel epoxy adhesive systems exhibit high levels of thermal conductivity (between 3 and 6 W/mK), combined with excellent mechanical, adhesive and outgassing performance. Most significantly these properties are achieved with cured resin densities as low as 40% that ofcompetitive conductive adhesives on the market. AGM’s TP 300/400 products are therefore highlyversatile, while providing end users with significant savings in both mass and cost.
Already being adopted within the industry, AGM’s TP 300/400 systems are ideal for use where thermal management is critical in structural bonding or gap filling, across a range of satellite and general space applications.
TP300/400 adhesives are supplied in 2 pack resin and hardener systems. They are supported by an extended performance database, available on short lead-times and supplied in convenient kit sizes to suit customer requirements.
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About Applied Graphene Materials
Applied Graphene Materials works in partnership with its customers using its knowledge and expertise to provide custom graphene dispersions and formats to deliver enhancements and benefits for a wide range of applications. The Group’s strategy is to target commercial application in three core markets: coatings, composites and polymers and functional fluids.
The Group has developed proprietary bottom-up processes which are capable of producing high volume graphene nanoplatelets using a continuous process. The manufacturing processes are based on sustainable, readily available raw materials and therefore do not rely on the supply of graphite, unlike a number of other graphene production techniques. Applied Graphene Materials owns the intellectual property and know-how behind these processes.
Applied Graphene Materials was founded by Professor Karl Coleman in 2010 with its operations and processes based on technology that he initially developed at Durham University. The Group was admitted to AIM in November 2013.
About the National Graphene Association (NGA)
The National Graphene Association is the main organization and body in the U.S. advocating and promoting the commercialization of graphene. NGA is focused on addressing critical issues such as policy and standards development that will result in effective integration of graphene and graphene-based materials globally. NGA brings together current and future graphene stakeholders — entrepreneurs, companies, researchers, developers and suppliers, investors, venture capitalists, and government agencies — to drive innovation, and to promote and facilitate the commercialization of graphene products and technologies. Join NGA here.