Ventec Launches Highest Thermal Conductive Metal Base Laminate for IGBT & Power Markets

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Ventec International Group Co., Ltd. is pleased to announce the launch of its latest high thermal conductive metal base laminate VT-4BC designed for use in applications requiring excellent performance in thermal management including super bright lighting, power modules, controllers, motor drives and rectifiers.

With high electrical breakdown strength, VT-4BC is designed to provide unparalleled reliability and improved performance over competing materials. It exhibits a thermal conductivity of 10 W/mK, offering superior heat dissipation even under the most demanding conditions.

In addition to its exceptional thermal performance, VT-4BC also boasts excellent mechanical properties, dimensional stability, and superior dielectric properties. It is also resistant to impact, moisture, and chemicals, making it a reliable choice for the most demanding applications particularly for IGBT and power markets.

The material will make its US debut at IPC APEX Expo 2023 from 24-26 January in San Diego, where visitors to booth 419 can discover the superior performance of VT-4BC alongside the full range of PCB base materials.

Ventec’s Global Head IMS Technology, Chris Hanson commented on the release of VT-4BC: “We are proud to introduce a product that provides unparalleled thermal performance and highest electrical breakdown strength. VT-4BC is designed for customers who value reliability and require improved performance over traditional materials. We look forward to showcasing it at IPC APEX Expo in January, where attendees can discover its superior capabilities firsthand.”


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