Welcome to Sur-Cool® Products, our proprietary line of thermal interface materials.

The Sur-Cool line is a comprehensive collection of thermal interface materials. They’re the perfect combination of easy to use and reliable quality at the right price.

Sur-Cool thermal interface materials span four different product types:

  • Thermal Gap Pads
  • Thermally Conductive Electrically Insulating Sheets
  • Thermally Conductive Tape
  • Phase Change Thermal Interface Material

Take the guesswork out of choosing the right thermal interface material with these simple and easy-to-use products. Design engineers are empowered to make informed decisions based on real-world performance expectations.

With Sur-Cool, thermals are finally made easy.

Sur-Cool Introduction to Thermal Interface Materials

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Sur-Cool® UL-listed Silicone Thermal Gap Pads come in a range of thicknesses and conductivities, provide excellent wet-out and offer low thermal resistance. They also come custom die-cut for an easy peel-and-place process during assembly. Whatever type of pad your application requires, Sur-Cool thermally conductive gap pads make it easy.

Get outstanding electrical insulation and heat transfer with Sur-Cool SFR Thermally Conductive Electrically Insulating Sheets. These thin fiberglass sheets are coated with silicone rubber, producing a thermally conductive, electrically insulating, durable product. Sur-Cool SFR comes in a range of thermal conductivity grades and can be custom cut, with or without adhesive backing.

Sur-Cool Thermally Conductive Tape provides excellent heat transfer and mechanical fastening. This cost-effective product is constructed from thermally conductive, pressure-sensitive acrylic adhesive with a fiberglass carrier center. Available as custom die-cut parts, kiss-cut parts on rolls, or as custom width tape rolls with release liner.

Sur-Cool Phase Change Thermal Interface Material offers high-performance heat transfer with little to no clamping pressure. The acrylic-based material softens between 45 to 50°C, transitioning to a gel-like state. Get exceptional wet-out with an extremely thin thermal bond, similar to thermal grease — just without the mess.