|Celsia Technologies' New MicroSpreaders Cool the Rising Heat Wave in Electronic Devices|
Monday October 2, 8:00 am ET
Industry's Thinnest and Lightest Thermal Management Products Can Scale to Fit Miniature LED Lights to Large CPUs
MIAMI, Fla., Oct. 2 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Celsia Technologies (OTC Bulletin Board: ICUR - News) today announced the availability of its MicroSpreader(TM) line of thermal management products equipped with an optimal cooling design for all types of systems and devices. MicroSpreaders, the thinnest and lightest two phase heat spreaders in the industry, are built on Celsia's patented micro thermofluidic design. They are flexible to easily integrate with any electronic device and minimize the required space for cooling. In addition to being thinner and lighter, the MicroSpreaders deliver significantly higher thermal conductivity (heat transfer capacity) versus conventional options such as aluminum, copper, heat pipes and other metal materials used for cooling.
"As a manufacturer and provider of thermal management components and accessories for the electronics industry, we are always looking for the best new innovative solutions to offer to our customers," said Gary Kuzmin, director of ThermaFlo. "We are integrating the Celsia MicroSpreaders into a total solution for telecom base stations and LED lighting applications. The solution, including the high-performance MicroSpreaders, will meet the highest quality standards."
With thermal conductivity of more than 5,000 watt per meter Kelvin (w/m K), MicroSpreaders have a heat transfer capacity 25 times greater than aluminum and 13 times greater than copper, the two most commonly used metal heat conductors. In a given application, MicroSpreaders can increase the cooling system's performance by 25 to 60 percent over other industry solutions. In the area of LED lighting, tests have shown that MicroSpreaders can improve the life of devices by 10-15x.
"The electronics industry needs effective, compact, inexpensive and innovative cooling solutions to keep pace with increasingly small and mobile electronic devices," said George Meyer, Celsia's chief marketing officer and general manager of the Americas and Europe. "What we've done at Celsia is leverage micro thermofluidic technology to create an innovative, cost-effective solution for products across the electronics supply chain. Implications range from increasing the processor speed in a computer or cutting lighting energy costs by an order of magnitude."
Measuring at 1.4mm thick and weighing only 25 grams, the spreaders boast a 28 percent reduction in thickness and 33 percent reduction in weight over competitive products. The razor thin plates or tubes can be built to fit a variety of small and large devices. With no mechanical parts, the MicroSpreaders are noise and vibration free, eliminating the need to reconfigure product design to accommodate the cooling device. Within the plate or tube is an extensive network of micro channels through which pure water moves rapidly, changing from water to vapor and back to water, removing excess heat. The MicroSpreaders can be attached directly to the heat source to enhance cooling capability.
Pricing and Availability
Celsia's MicroSpreaders are shipping now worldwide through Celsia's strategic partnerships. Pricing starts at less than $10.00 (USD) per unit. For more detailed product information or to request a quote, visit www.celsiatechnologies.com, call 1-305-529-6290 or email info@celsiatechnologies.
About Celsia Technologies
Celsia Technologies is a full solution provider and licensor of thermal management products and technology for the PC, consumer electronics, lighting and display industries. The company is a leader in developing and commercializing next-generation cooling solutions built on patented micro thermofluidic technology. Celsia Technologies' extensive intellectual property portfolio includes patents registered in Korea, the U.S., Japan and Taiwan, with patents pending in the EU, Russia, India and in China. Celsia Technologies is the brand name of iCurie, Inc. For more information visit: celsiatechnologies.com /.