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TAI Rolling Out it's Copper Foil Thermal Strap (CuFS) Line This Month


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TAI is Happy to Announce the Release of our Solderless, Copper Foil Thermal Strap (CuFS™) Custom and Standard Product Line.  

TAI will be publishing the CuFS™ Catalog this summer, and all 24, F-series standard models will be available in July/August of 2018. Until that time, TAI now offers custom foil straps to customers, as well as 6 of our standard models (the F5, F6, and F7 series are all available in 501 and 502 models). 

Standard models are made using only OFHC copper foil and end fittings (and assembled using a special cold press technique, to maximize flexibility), and are length and bolt pattern customizable at no charge. As with our CuTS™ products, because we assemble our own straps (and are the world's largest thermal strap supplier), TAI's CuFS™ products are the most affordable foil-based thermal strap commercially-available.

It will take some time to build up our inventory of foil, so your patience is appreciated in the meantime (and please allow a few extra weeks for CuFS™ orders placed in the spring and summer of 2018).

More pictures and updates to come, as we are now filling our first commercial orders for F5-501 and F5-502 units this month!

If you have any questions, or would like to discuss a thermal strap inquiry with TAI, please contact us at any time. Our Director of Business Development is available from 06:00 - 22:00 MST, 7 days/week.

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