Carbon-carbon for conductivity applications

Triton Systems Inc. has introduced Cryo-Carbon, a new carbon-carbon (C-C) composite material that features increased thermal conductivity for extreme heat dissipation applications.

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Triton Systems Inc. (Chelmsford, Mass.) has introduced Cryo-Carbon, a new carbon-carbon (C-C) composite material that features increased thermal conductivity for extreme heat dissipation applications. The material is comprised of 70 percent graphite flake, which, unlike pitch-based fiber composites, provides two-dimensional conductivity of more than 550 W/mK. Additionally, Cryo-Carbon composites reportedly can be molded into continuous complex shapes with conductive paths oriented X-Y, X-Z or Y-Z. The composites are said to be robust and can be machined to accommodate interface tolerances for heat sinks and other heat dissipative devices.

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