Thresher Industries, based in Hanford, California, has successfully developed a very high thermal conductive alloy material. The company has created the material based on a purchase order that has been awarded for electronic application requiring high thermal conductivity. The new alloy surpasses the thermal conductivity needs for the electronic enclosure.
Thresher Industries has completed the purchase order for sample batch preparation and metallurgical testing within four months. In addition to engineering and production services, the company will deliver information and engineering or test samples of the alloy material to its clients and qualified casting companies. This successful development demonstrates the company’s ability to engineer material for any specific market.
The development of the cast grade of aluminum material with thermal conductivity that matches billet 6061 aerospace grade material is a major achievement by the company. By publishing the material information, product engineering will be impacted as well as deliver a competitive benefit to American manufacturers. First batch of thermal conductive alloy materials will be available to the American companies.
Thresher Industries provides a complete engineering, design and prototype development support to a wide range of industries, including automotive, transportation, defense, aerospace and agriculture in Europe and the U.S. The company operates a green foundry that combines bio-degradable processes and technologies to minimize the production costs in terms of economy and environment.