Products, Materials & Tools | Mar 20, 2008

Celsia Introduces Next Generation Heat Sink Technology

Already credited with making vapor chambers (a once exotic heat sink technology) thin, light and affordable, Celsia Technologies (“Celsia”) today introduces its second generation NanoSpreader.

Thermal transfer properties from the heat source to the vapor have been improved by 66 percent over the first generation, using a re-engineered internal structure that leverages the company’s patented combination of copper, liquid and vapor. These changes, developed through extensive collaboration with industry-leading computing and graphics manufacturers, give the new NanoSpreader the ability to trump heat pipes as the king of costeffective cooling.

“While maintaining reliability standards and manufacturing costs, our engineers have designed this next generation product to offer up to 30 percent better thermal performance than solutions using traditional heat pipes, and their design flexibility allows them to be used in some unexpected ways,” said Joe Formichelli, Celsia’s CEO. “For instance, a single NanoSpreader can be made up to 70mm wide and attach directly to the heat source, eliminating the need for additional components while completely covering even a very large hot spot.”

Nanospreaders are patented copper encased two-phase vapor chambers into which pure water is vacuum sealed. The liquid is absorbed by a copper wick and passed as vapor through a microperforated copper sheet where it cools and returns as liquid to the wick. The latest generation technology is ideally suited for solving some of today’s biggest thermal challenges: cooling the latest microprocessors, reliably operating in harsh environments, and effectively dissipating heat in small spaces. For examples of specific industry solutions, please visit

LED Lighting - Effectively Dissipating Heat in Small Spaces:

While LED lighting technology is quickly offering an energy efficient alternative to other lighting technologies, it requires cooling solutions that are effective in small areas. The efficiency of Celsia’s NanoSpreaders combined into a remarkably thin package (from 1.5mm) allows lighting designs with higher lumens/watt.
For more information on Celsia or the technical details behind NanoSpreaders please visit A downloadable fact sheet describes the technology, lists 21 standard sizes, and includes information on thermal resistance and reliability testing. For frequently asked questions, visit

Pricing and Availability:

The second-generation devices are available now, starting at under $2.00. To obtain application specific pricing, submit the quote request form found at

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 China. 

Add comment

You can add a comment by filling out the form below. Plain text formatting. Comments are moderated.

Question: What is 1 + 6 ?
Your answer:

Samsung LED Pushes Efficiency of Mid-power Packages to Higher Levels

Samsung LED Pushes Efficiency of Mid-power Packages to Higher Levels Samsung Electronics has announced that it has made an important upgrade in the luminous efficacy of its mid-power LED package. The LM301B was introduced to the market with the industry’s highest light efficacy among mid-power LED packages in 2017. Now, it has enhanced the efficacy considerably ... Read more »


LED Patent Lawsuit

Tridonic initiated patent lawsuits against telecommunication retailer S-KON eKontor24 GmbH. Although District Court Munich I affirmed Tridonic’s arguments, parties agreed on a settlement for reasons of legal certainty and prompt settlement of the dispute. Read more »


Proof Your Blue Light Hazard Risk: Stray Light Corrected CAS 140D

Proof Your Blue Light Hazard Risk: Stray Light Corrected CAS 140D With the stray light corrected CAS 140D Instrument Systems – as a technical pioneer – is the first to offer an array spectrometer that can reliably assess the blue light hazard from light sources within the prescribed limiting values. Hitherto only double monochromators were recommended for this ... Read more »


Edison Opto Unveils Two Novel-Designed Products in EdiPower Series

Edison Opto Unveils Two Novel-Designed Products in EdiPower Series Edison Opto, a global LED lighting manufacturer, unveils two new products in EdiPower Series for broad lighting applications. First, the Tunable Series with superior CRI of 95 supports two output channels to enable two dimming options to dim LED lighting without a brightness drop. In addition, the ... Read more »


High Conductive Foils Enabling Large Area Lighting

High Conductive Foils Enabling Large Area Lighting Fraunhofer Institute for Organic Electronics, Electron Beam and Plasma Technology FEP as one of the leading partners for research and development for surface technologies and organic electronics and Sefar AG, a leading manufacturer of precision fabrics from monofilaments, developed a roll-to-roll ... Read more »