Solutions To Dissipate Waste Heat

Pattern of white vanes on a heat dissipator or radiator. Part of utilities for a  northern town.Knowing the ins and outs of your business’ technology can aid you greatly in providing everything it needs for success. For instance, recognizing that each application will need some source of waste heat removal can help you take better care of your equipment and prevent the negative effects that overheating may have. Indeed, there are a number of ways to rid the waste from your application, including spreading, movement, or dissipation. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX is going to focus on the latter method, and discuss the ways we can optimize your thermal management solutions with ideal dissipation strategies.

Looking at Custom Heat Sinks

When we discuss the concept of dissipation, one of the main solutions that come to mind is our Copper Finned Heat Sinks. This product absorbs waste heat through its base, then disperses the thermal energy throughout a series of attached fins and out into the surrounding air. They utilize forced cooling to rapidly remove produced waste, and even offer an eco-friendly solution that benefits your working environment and reduces your carbon footprint.

Effective heat sink thermal management also takes into account your environment and unique parameters. After all, it would be unrealistic to think that a product only offered in one size or model would work for a variety of different applications. Instead, our team takes the time to get to know you and your needs in-depth. What’s more, we utilize this information to customize a product just for you. Whether you are trying to achieve specific bends and angles with a heat pipe installation, or your heat sink needs to adhere to a particular environment, we’ve got you covered.

Enhanced Power Density with Copper

Another important factor to consider when it comes to thermal energy dissipation is the effective conductivity of the material used. Indeed, traditional sinks utilize aluminum or another metal to first spread the waste throughout the product then out into the surrounding air. While aluminum certainly gets the job done, there is always room for improvement. For this reason, we create our products with highly conductive copper for optimal results.

Bonded copper heat sinks can dissipate up to two or three times more heat than the average extruded product, adding anywhere from 200% to 300% to the area of the cooling surface.

Easy Maintenance

In addition to the benefits mentioned above, our products are all designed with upkeep involved. Because of this, our products are easy to maintain so that you can get back to doing what you do best!

Learn More Today

To learn more about how you can get the most from your heat sink thermal management, contact Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 to speak to a representative from our team today.