heat and electricity insulation


by pingt
Tags: electricity, heat, insulation
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Feb19-14, 11:01 AM
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Hey Lads :) ,

I'm searching for an heat and electricity insulation to use for a copper rod carrying heat from the source to a heatsink on the outside. It does not have to withstand temperatures over 120C and should be cheap and easily applicable, e.g. a film, foil or maybe a paint. The electricity will be in the range of usual consumer computer circuits.

Greetings,

pingt :)
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