TGPK27 Series Phase Change Thermal Sticks

t-Global Technology's TGPK27 series phase change thermal sticks are supplied in an easy to use format so that they can be manually applied to a wide range of surfaces

Image of t-Global Technology's TGPK27 Series Phase Change Thermal Stickst-Global Technology's TGPK27 series is a thermally conductive phase change material that is solid at room temperature but changes phase to a viscous liquid at 55°C. This allows the material to effectively wet surfaces which allows for an ultra-thin bond line. T-sticks are supplied in an easy to use “glue stick” format so that they can be manually applied to a wide range of surfaces. The unique formulation gives an exceptionally low thermal resistance for heat transfer in the most demanding of applications.

Features and Benefits 
  • Designed to maximize heat sink performance and improve component reliability
  • Displaces entrapped air between power-dissipating electronic components
  • Bond line thickness (BLT) of 0.0254 mm
  • Practically no thermal contact resistance due to a very small thermal resistance path
  • Solid at room temperature for ease of application
  • Consistently and cleanly applied as dry pads to a heat sink or component surface
  • Resistant to dry out and pump out
Applications
  • Electronic control units
  • LED lights
  • Lithium-ion batteries
  • Car air conditioning systems
  • LEDs
  • Photovoltaic cells; Powerwalls
  • Stop-start systems
  • Powertrains
  • Inverters and controllers
  • Car security systems
  • Sensors: brake, accelerator, and temperature

TGPK27 Series Phase Change Thermal Sticks

ImageManufacturer Part NumberDescriptionTypeSize / DimensionAvailable QuantityView Details
TGPK27B datasheet linkPHASE CHANGE STICK BLUE 27GTGPK27BPHASE CHANGE STICK BLUE 27GPhase Change Thermal Compound27 gram Tube87 - Immediate
TGPK27B product page link
TGPK27P datasheet linkPHASE CHANGE STICK PINK 27GTGPK27PPHASE CHANGE STICK PINK 27GPhase Change Thermal Compound27 gram Tube86 - Immediate
TGPK27P product page link
Published: 2017-11-01