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Looking for collaborative partnership with University Physics or Mechanical/Thermal Engineering group - flexible heat transfer


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Hi,

Our team has provided tens of thousands of flexible copper thermal straps to university physics departments and national laboratories across the US and Europe (most are used in cryocoolers or dilution refrigerators at universities, or cold boxes & cryomodules at national labs and particle accelerator facilities).  While this is our business, our team has always encouraged and sought collaboration with universities and engineers at the national labs, and we are very interested in working with someone that would be willing to exchange information and test data with us, for free thermal hardware (see examples from our copper strap page below):

https://www.techapps.com/copper-thermal-strap-assemblies

I've also included an image of a strap we made recently for a Cryomech AL60 cryocooler

In particular, we are always interested in working with engineers who need mechanical decoupling with a set of heat pipes or linking to a cold plate. Also, if you have particular vibration isolation issues, or a large amount of heat to transfer that is not possible with your current solution, we would love to collaborate and try to create hybrid products or solutions.  If you would be interested in this opportunity, or have any cooling/heat transfer related issue related to a cryocooler (we also provide these same products for electronics boxes, star trackers, radiators, and optical benches, etc.), please reach out to me/comment on this thread. 

Thanks!

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