THERMFLOW T725 Non-Silicone, Phase-Change Thermal Interface Pads | 日本

THERMFLOW T725 Non-Silicone, Phase-Change Thermal Interface Pads

THERMFLOW® T725 phase-change Thermal Interface Materials (TIMs) completely fill interfacial air gaps and voids with superior thermal performance and is ideal for vertical applications.


    THERMFLOW® phase-change Thermal Interface Materials (TIMs) completely fill interfacial air gaps and voids. They also displace entrapped air between power dissipating electronic components. Phase-change materials are designed to maximize heatsink performance and improve component reliability.

    Upon reaching the required melt temperature, the pad will fully change phase and attain minimum bond-line thickness (MBLT) - less than 0.001 inch or 0.0254mm, and maximum surface wetting. This results in practically no thermal contact resistance due to a very small thermal resitance path.
    At room temperature, THERMFLOW materials are solid and easy to handle. This allows them to be consistently and cleanly applied
    as dry pads to a heat sink or component surface. THERMFLOW material softens as it reaches component operating temperatures.
    With light clamping pressure it will readily conform to both mating surfaces.
    This ability to completely fill air gaps and voids typical of component packages and heat sinks allows THERMFLOW pads to achieve performance superior to any other thermal interface materials.
    Standard THERMFLOW products are electrically non-conductive however metal-to-metal contact is possible
    after the material undergoes phase-change, decreasing their electrical isolation properties. PC07DM-7 is the only phase-change materials recommended for use as a dielectric insulator.
    Chomerics offers two types of phase change materials—traditional thermal interface pads and Dual Phase Change Polymer Solder Hybrids.

    Dual Phase Change Polymer Solder Hybrid Materials
    Dual Phase Change Thermal
    Interface Materials consist of binder and fillers which both phase- change to exhibit the lowest thermal impedance of the phase-change family. These Thermal Interface Materials provide superior long term reliability and performance. For optimum performance, the pads must be exposed to temperatures above 64ºC during operation or by a burn-in cycle to achieve lowest thermal impedance and highest thermal performance.

    • Low thermal impedance
    • Proven solution – years of production use in personal computer OEM applications
    • Demonstrated reliability through thermal cycling and accelerated age testing