New Products: Polymer Heat Sinks

Aug. 21, 2008
Thermally conductive thermoplastics for heat sinks and thermal management dissipate the same amount of heat as aluminum but are up to 50% lighter.

They also have no antenna effect (no amplification of electromagnetic or radio-frequency interference and no magnetic coupling).

E-Series grades are electrically conductive and provide inherent EMI/ RFI absorption. D-Series grades are electrically insulative and produce no signal interference and or magnetic coupling. They are available as injection-molding compounds, offthe- shelf parts, or as custom injection molded parts.

The polymer specs include thermal conductivity of 20 W/mK, thermal diffusivity of 0.1 cm2/sec, and density of 1.7 gm/cm3.

Cool Polymers Inc.
333 Strawberry Field Rd.
Warwick, RI 02886
(888) 811- 3787
coolpolymers.com

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