Why is the thermal pad subject to incoming inspection? What is the impact on the thermal silicone pad manufacturing process? What is the role?

Why is the thermal pad subject to incoming inspection? What is the impact on the thermal silicone pad manufacturing process? What is the role?

Incoming material inspection is to confirm and check the quality of the purchased raw materials, components or products, that is, to inspect the quality by sampling when the supplier sends the raw materials or components, and finally make a judgment on whether the batch of products is acceptable or rejected. receive. The purpose of incoming material inspection is to control the quality of incoming materials, ensure that they meet the company’s requirements, and prevent bad materials from flowing into or being put into use.

Anyone who has a certain degree of understanding of the production process of thermally conductive silicone sheets knows that the production process is actually relatively complicated. After all, there are many raw materials used, and the production steps are also meticulous. There are many people involved in the production process, so the incoming materials are inspected. Therefore, why should the thermal conductive silicone sheet be inspected for incoming materials? What is the impact on the thermal conductive silicone sheet manufacturing process? What is the role?

Firstly. Guarantee the quality of materials

The performance of the thermally conductive silicone sheet is largely determined by the quality of the raw materials used. If the raw materials are selected well, coupled with precise production, high-quality thermally conductive silicone sheets can be produced. Even the most skilled engineers cannot create a good thermal conductive silicone sheet. Even if a relatively powerful thermal conductive material engineer manufactures inferior silicone sheet products and sells them successfully, the cycle of use will be greatly shortened. More seriously, it will hurt customers and involve compensation. It can be seen how crucial it is to ensure the quality of the materials used, and the inspection of incoming materials has become inevitable.

Secondly. Ensure the production safety of employees

Because the proportion of organic silica gel in the thermally conductive silica gel sheet is the largest, it is particularly important to check the silica gel. If glue is used instead, many workers will cause great damage if they stick to the injured opponent during the bonding process. In severe cases, the flesh on their hands may be burned; finally, because a certain amount of flame retardant will be added to the gap of the silicone sheet, If the quality of the flame retardant is poor, the corresponding effect will not be produced, the flame retardant effect will be greatly reduced, and improper operation will hurt employees.

Thirdly. Ensure consumer safety

Incoming material inspection is actually the responsibility of consumers, and inferior materials will be continuously eliminated under the inspection of incoming material inspection personnel. Just imagine, if there is no such a process as incoming material inspection, inferior raw materials are mixed into the production factory, and inferior materials are used in the production without the knowledge of the manufacturer, then such inferior products will flow into the market and be sold to users. , If the user is affected by high temperature and high pressure during transportation, it is easy to explode to a large or small degree, and it is easy to hurt the transportation personnel. In addition, if it is in use, the flame retardant not only can not fully play its role, but also more likely to cause fire, causing a certain degree of casualties!

It is very necessary for a factory that produces thermally conductive silicone sheets with high standards to set up such a link as incoming inspection, which can not only ensure the health of all people who come into contact with the product, but also ensure product quality and brand reputation!

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