Regis Heat sink Technology Co., Ltd. is a professional manufacturer of heat dissipation processing. Regis's products and services include various heat sinks, structural parts, heat dissipation analysis and heat dissipation scheme design. Our products are widely used in telecommunications, aerospace, automotive, industrial control, power electronics, medical equipment, security electronics, LED lighting and multimedia/consumer fields.
1. The most cost-effective;
2. The cost is low, basically no mold cost is incurred, and there is no limit to the output;
3. High reliability, the channel is bent by seamless copper tube and inserted into the groove of the substrate. As long as the size is controlled reasonably, there is basically no risk of liquid leakage, and it can withstand pressures above 6kg/cm2;
4. Heating elements can be installed on both sides to minimize the structure;
5. At the same time, the copper tube can be inserted for compression, and the surface of the copper tube can be processed by milling, so that the exposed surface of the copper tube is on the same plane as the substrate, so as to achieve direct contact with the heating element and the copper tube, and the heat can be quickly and directly taken away.
The application advantage of the liquid cold plate depends on the fact that more heat can be dissipated per unit area, so the structure of the cold plate heat sink can be miniaturized.
Liquid cooling applications refer to the use of liquid cooling plates (also known as water cooling plates) installed on the heat source, combined with heat exchangers and heat pump exchanges, to dissipate heat by fluid circulation. In general, cold plate technology is used in environments where forced convection or phase change systems cannot achieve the effect of a heat sink and the thermal energy density is very high.
The liquid cold plate is a compact and relatively thin plate-shaped, strip-shaped metal with internal layout of fluid channels, so that the convective heat transfer between the fluid and the cold plate, thereby dissipating the heat loss of the high-power electronic components on the surface of the cold plate.
Water-cooled plates provide local cooling by transferring heat from the equipment to a liquid that flows to a remote heat exchanger and dissipates into the environment or another liquid in a secondary cooling system.
Water cooling, also known as liquid cooling, is a method used to reduce the temperature of a computer's processor unit (CPU), and sometimes graphics processor unit (GPU). This process uses water as the cooling medium instead of air because water conducts heat about 30 times faster than air.
Cold Plates Connect these plates to process coolers and cold liquid lines in liquid to gas cooling systems to cool equipment by direct contact. All products have a U-shaped tube that goes through a thermally conductive aluminum plate. Drill holes or tap the plate to install.