Phase Change Materials

Phase Change Materials

TPCM HP105

Tpcm HP105 Series

For Exceptionally Low Thermal Resistance

The Tpcm™ HP105 Series is a high-performance phase change material (PCM) product with
exceptionally low thermal resistance.

It has a softening range of approximately 50°C to 60°C. Proprietary technology prevents
excessive pump-out after the initial heat cycle. The material is naturally tacky and requires no
adhesive coating or heat sink preheat for attachment.

The Tpcm HP105 Series does not cure and can be easily removed without pulling the
processor out of the socket. It is supplied in rolls with a top tabbed liner for easy manual
or large volume automated applications

• Softening range of 50°C to 60°C

• Prevents excessive pump-out after initial heat cycle

• High reliability

• Naturally tacky

Applications • Microprocessors
• Chipsets
• Graphic processing chips
• Custom ASICS
Colour Off White
Construction and Composition Non-reinforced boron nitride filled film
Operating Temperature – 25C to 125C
Operating Temperature Range (°C) – 25C to 125C
Other Phase Change Softening Range : 50 to 60
Product Line Tpcm HP105 Series
Product Testing Procedures
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Sheet Sizes (inches) 9 x 9
Sheet Sizes (mm) 229 x 229
Shelf Life 1 year
Temperature – Operating (Max Celsius) 125.00
Temperature – Operating (Min Celsius) -25.00
Test Method – Color Visual
Test Method – Thermal Conductivity ASTM D5470 (modified)
Thermal Conductivity (W/mK) 0.73
Thermal Resistance (°C-in²/W) 0.017 (50 psi)
Thickness Max (mm) 0.13
Thickness Min (mm) 0.13
Thickness Tolerance (inches) ±0.001
Thickness Tolerance (mm) ±0.025
Volume Resistivity Volume Resistivity Del 3, Volume Resistivity, ASTM D257

 

A service that is competitive, responsive and reliable

Our sales team and engineers are happy to work directly on site with clients always providing a personal and direct approach to fulfilling customer needs

  • High quality products that are produced in the UK (not China).
  • Local Sales team and engineers available 5 days per week.
  • Comprehensive back up and after sales service, with an actual technician ready to listen and help on the telephone 5 days a week. (No automated phone queuing system)
  • All products are REACH and ROHS compliant.
  • A Reliable, discreet and trustworthy partner with a proven track record in design and engineering.
  • Very competitive compared to overseas competition.
  • A huge reduction in air miles and lead times compared to overseas suppliers.
  • Able to deliver to most destinations in the European Union within 24hrs.

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