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Fujipoly America

365 Carnegie Avenue, Carteret, NJ, 07008, USA

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Easy Handling Thermal Compound

Press release date: May 27, 2014

Carteret, NJ — SARCON® SPG-30A from Fujipoly is an ideal thermal interface option for circuit boards with a large surface area, many components and delicate solder points. The form-in-place silicone compound completely fills all spaces, gaps and protrusions when compressed by a heat sink or spreader. The material's high viscosity and ultra-low compression force are ideal for applications with gaps ranging from .30mm to 1.0mm.   

Once applied, SARCON® SPG-30A delivers a thermal conductivity of 3.2 W/m°K with a thermal resistance of only .3°Cin2/W. The form stable thermal compound requires no heat curing, will not cause corrosion on metal surfaces, and maintains all initial properties across a wide temperature range (-40C to + 150C). Fujipoly's SARCON® SPG-30A material is available in 30ml tubes, 325ml cartridges. 

About Fujipoly America Corporation
Fujipoly America Corporation is a wholly owned subsidiary of Fuji Polymer Industries Co., Ltd. of Japan. An ISO9001:2008 registered company, Fujipoly America Corporation specializes in the fabrication of silicone rubber technology. It is a leader in the areas of elastomeric connectors, thermal interface materials, fusible tapes, LCD bezel assemblies, and custom silicone rubber extrusions. Fuji Polymer Industries Co., Ltd., has eight divisions worldwide, located in North America, Europe and Asia and an international network of distributors and representatives. The company's North American operations are based in Carteret, New Jersey. For more information, call (732) 969-0100 or visit us on the Web at http://www.fujipoly.com.

Fujipoly Contact:      
Frank Hobler        
Fujipoly of America Corporation     
732-969-0100       
fhobler@fujipoly.com

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