HTV (High-Temperature Vulcanization) is a type of silicone rubber, which is in a solid state prior to curing under high temperatures. Silicone rubber is a compound composed mainly of high-viscosity silicone polymer (gum type) which combines both inorganic and organic properties, and high purity silica, and has a more stable chemical structure than any other type of elastic materials. Excellent electrical insulation, gas permeability, flame retardancy and chemical stability are secured, but in particular, excellent heat resistance and cold resistance without corrosion or oxidation can be sustained over a wide temperature range. Likewise, silicone rubber is widely used across industries such as automotive, electric/electronic/household appliances, kitchen utensils, medical, food and leisure goods as well as defense and aerospace industries that require high reliability and stability.
With highly heat-resistant silicone as the base material, heat-dissipating sheets stabilize the product by distributing excessive heat horizontally to prevent damage to the screen on flat panel displays. With excellent electrical insulation and high flame retardancy, heat-dissipating sheets are applied to semi-conductor devices that require high thermal conductivity.