Why Choose TAI?

Technology Applications, Inc. (TAI), founded in 1994 and located in Boulder, Colorado, specializes in advanced technology development of thermal management systems for the DoD, NASA, ESA, JAXA, aerospace prime contractors, national laboratories, universities, and commercial firms across the globe.

Our expertise and specialty products include vibration isolation, remote (distributed) cooling, high-conductance graphite fiber thermal straps, copper thermal straps, carbon and aluminum straps, and thermal management of electronic components and enclosures.

TAI offers unique capabilities for design, analysis, and prototype development to meet specific thermal management system requirements. We have over 5,000 square feet of design, manufacture, test facilities, and office space located near many high technology government/industry labs and their supporting infrastructure of companies.

Quality | Customer Service | Affordability | In-House Design and Assembly

At TAI, we live by these standards; it's how we've earned our reputation, developed the highest quality, most affordable thermal straps on the market, and expanded our strap business so rapidly over the last 6 years. Beyond our high quality and affordable pricing, it's our unparalleled customer service, efficiency, and the availability of our engineers and thermal strap experts, that sets TAI apart. 

All of our thermal strap products are assembled right here, at our facility, by several, highly-trained thermal strap assembly experts---in our assembly labs and clean room. We will never outsource your thermal straps from other companies or electrical component manufacturers in the US or China, nor will we ever outsource strap assembly to any third party.

Our Clients

...Just a handful of the organizations that we've worked with & routinely use our thermal strap products:

NASA JAXA ESA Airbus Space & Defense
Ball Aerospace Apple Brookhaven National Lab Lockheed Martin
BAE Systems SSTL (Surrey Satellite) Fermi National Lab MIT
NIST Lawrence Berkeley Lab Raytheon MIT LL
Honeywell  Argonne Lab ABB Stanford
Sandia Labs SLAC Diamond Light Source Harris Corp.
L3 Kayser-Threde Thales Alenia Halliburton
Argonne National Lab LNLS Jefferson National Lab Duke
University of Wisconsin University of N. Carolina Selex Galileo US Naval Research Lab
US NAVY Micos Max Planck Institute CERN
Los Alomos National Lab University of Granada Oak Ridge National Lab University of Florida
Harvard Department of Defense Orbital ATK US Air Force
University of Michigan Duke University Oxford AAO