MATERIALS: Triton introduces Cryo-CarbonTM, a new carbon-carbon
(C-C) composite material with increased thermal conductivity for your extreme heat dissipation applications. Cryo-CarbonTM is comprised of 70 percent graphite flake which provides two-dimensional conductivity in excess of 550 W/mK. Unlike pitchbased fiber composites which only provide conductivity in the axial direction of the filament, conductive flake offers two-dimensional conductivity, providing increased thermal performance throughout the composite X-Y plane - 0 thru 360 degrees.Combined with a high thermally conductive graphitic matrix, a C-C composite which outperforms fiber-based 2-D materials in thermal performance is produced.
Additionally, Cryo-CarbonTM composites can be molded into continuous complex shapes with conductive paths oriented X-Y, X-Z or Y-Z. The composites are robust and can be machined to accommodate interface tolerances for heat sinks and other heat dissipative devices.
Key features include: high thermal conductivity, two dimensional, lightweight, can be molded into complex shapes, lower material costs and ideal for heat dissipation applications.
- Edited by Liz Taurasi