|By Business Wire||
|April 29, 2014 08:00 PM EDT||
Electronics thermal management innovator Cambridge Nanotherm® Ltd has announced that UL® has given recognised status to its Nanotherm® Laminated Copper (LC) thermal management products.
The recognition assures that the products have been found to be effective and safe after being subject to tests by UL International (UK) Ltd. The environmentally-friendly thermal management substrate solutions are enabling customers to add another high-performance material choice to their design tool box. The Nanotherm® LC material not only allows the customer to create a design based upon a conventional PCB, but also the ability to add the circuit to any 3D shape – creating a Circuit-on-Heat Sink solution.
Our unique nano-ceramic materials make electronic and LED devices shine brighter, last longer or function far more efficiently. We provide solutions to complex power consumption problems in the automotive, industrial and consumer domains, with a technology portfolio that includes Nanotherm LC (Laminated Copper) – a high-performance MCPCB (metal core PCB) for thermally challenging electronics.
Steven Curtis, Cambridge Nanotherm’s Chief Engineering Officer, commented, “This is fantastic news for ourselves and our customers. It gives them the confidence to use our materials in their thermally challenging designs knowing that they have met UL’s stringent electrical and flammability standards.”
Nanotherm® ceramic is grown on the surface of aluminium to create a dielectric layer directly onto the surface of an aluminium substrate. The nano-ceramic dielectric layer is between two and 10 times thinner than the competition and achieves an industry-leading thermal resistance of 0.014 oCcm2/W. The dielectric has a thermal conductivity of 7 W/mK which is 2-3 times more effective at heat dissipation than conventional MB PCB (metal back printed circuit board) dielectric materials.
For more information on Cambridge Nanotherm®, its technology and products please contact Karen Parnell or Visit our website www.camnano.com.
Learn more about our technology https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vV6xFl2_V-U
For photos of our products and Steve Curtis: http://www.camnano.com/newpressimages.zip
About Cambridge Nanotherm® Ltd
Cambridge Nanotherm® is a global provider of innovative thermal management solutions for lighting, power semiconductors, automotive and consumer applications. Our unique nano-ceramic materials make electronic and LED devices shine brighter, last longer or function far more efficiently. We provide solutions to complex power consumption problems in the automotive, industrial and consumer domains, with a technology portfolio that includes Nanotherm LC (Laminated Copper) – a high-performance MCPCB (metal core PCB) for thermally challenging electronics; Nanotherm 3D which enables circuits to be built directly onto 3D heat sinks; and Nanotherm DM (Direct Metal) – the ultimate thermal management solution for applications which normally require prohibitively expensive Aluminium Nitride materials.
In 2013 the company was recognized with a prestigious Frost & Sullivan award for innovation in the thermal management of LEDs. The company was the UK winner of the 2011 Clean Tech Open Competition, sponsored by Silicon Valley Bank, TSB and Carbon Trust. The company was supported by TSB, EEDA New Anglia LEP and ERDF grants and was a member of the Carbon Trust Fast-track Entrepreneur Programme. Since 2011, Cambridge Nanotherm® Ltd has been financially backed by Enso Ventures.
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