Henkel Scoops Up Thermal Management Materials Business

The company completed its acquisition of the Thermexit brand from Boston-based Nanoramic Laboratories.

Powder Bulk Solids Staff

September 15, 2022

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Chemicals and materials firm Henkel announced Thursday that its acquisition of the Thermal Management Materials business and Thermexit brand from Nanoramic Laboratories has closed. The move expands Henkel’s position in the growing Thermal Interface Materials (TIM) market and supports its Adhesive Technologies business unit.

“Thermal management solutions are an important growth technology within our materials portfolio and play a major role to further drive innovations with regards to global megatrends such as connectivity, mobility, and sustainability,” Jan-Dirk Auris, vice president, Henkel Adhesive Technologies, said in a release. “The acquisition of Thermexit complements our existing portfolio with offerings in high-growing market segments to further create value for our customers.”

The Thermexit portfolio includes patented, high-performance interface gap pads based on innovative nano-filler technology, which provide extremely high thermal conductivity and stability.

Financial terms of the transaction were not revealed.

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