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Silicone based products from Dow Corning

A global leader in silicones, silicon-based technology and innovation, Dow Corning offers more than 7,000 products and services.

Silicone based products from Dow Corning

Silicone based products from Dow Corning

“Xiameter is a web-enabled global silicones supplier. With Dow Corning reliability, Xiameter offers more than 400 commonly-used products online”

Silicones from Xiameter – the Global Silicones Supplier

“Silicones have found use in HBLEDs for many critical needs – providing electrical and environmental protection, increasing light-extraction, minimizing heat build-up and forming lenses that provide options for specific light distribution patterns and intensities.”

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Silicones are polymers that include silicon together with carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and sometimes other chemical elements.

Silicone at Wikipedia

Frederick Kipping was the chemist who pioneered the study of the organic compounds of silicon (Organosilicons), and invented the term silicone.


You know that Silicones play an important role to electronics manufacturing. When you want to Insulate a Power Device from the heatsink, Silpad is used in place of Mica. In some situations, where a higher temperature is expected, Mica or Alumina is inevitable, but these are fragile.

Silicone shrink sleeves, Silicone Insulating Sheaths or Surfaces, provide good electrical insulation and Thermal stability to survive in the industrial environment.

Gould Electronics – Copper Products for Electronics

They develop and manufacture electro-deposited copper foils in various IPC grades and thicknesses up to 400┬Ám. These are used in high-end multilayer PCB. Electro-deposited copper foil forms the heart of many electronic gadgets and equipment we use today.

Gould Electronics – Copper Products for Electronics

GOULD Electronics is a global leader in the market for copper foil products and the partner of numerous leading copper clad manufacturers and board shops.

“Electrodeposited copper foil has been used for half a century as raw material in microelectronics.”

GOULD Electronics History

  • First patent for electroplating copper foil issued to Edison – 1908
  • First production of ED copper foil in Eichstetten, Germany – 1963

Reverse Treated Copper Foil - Gould Electronics

Reverse treated copper foil is manufactured by applying copper nodularization, brass thermal barrier and passivation to the shiny smooth side of the foil rather than to the roughened matte side of the foil as is done when manufacturing conventional copper foil.

The treatment of RTC foils compared to standard foils provides faster, cleaner etching with more vertical sidewalls. Inner layer yields can be higher due to the cleaner etching and less undercutting of photo-resist.

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