Super efficient heat transport maximizes the performance of our thermoelectric devices.
Transport of thermal energy – How it works
Transport of thermal energy moves heat from the thermoelectric cooler (TEC) away from the cooled space inside a refrigerator. This design involves pairing the TEC with a heat sink, which dissipates the heat. An inherent problem in traditional designs is that high thermal resistance heat sinks limit the performance and application of this technology.
Phononic – How we go beyond
The coupling of highly-efficient thermoelectric devices with low-resistance, efficient heat transport systems allows us to realize the maximum performance for solid-state cooling and heating applications.
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What is Thermal Design and How is it Used?
Thermal Design is a division of engineering that uses thermodynamics to design technology and products. Learn more about how Phononic uses thermal design!
The Unlimited Potential of Solid-State
Our solid-state chip is displacing compressors and enabling industries to transform with next generation product designs. Read more about our technology.