Interested In Cold Plate Cooling?

Metal ventilation icon. Flat illustration of Metal ventilation vector icon for web designWith the help of industrial applications, many companies within industries are able to better meet the demands of their fields, including in the form of production, productivity, and greater quality yields overall. Indeed, advances in industrial technology has made it possible to maintain high rankings among the competition, and more often than not, the biggest threat to this status involves overheating electronics. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX discusses the components that make up cold plate application cooling and how these solutions can optimize your cooling capabilities.

Providing Cooling Through Internal Tubing

It goes without saying that overheating is the biggest threat to most technological devices out there. After all, a machine can be designed to handle various tasks and processes consistently, but without a method to ensure thermal cooling, it will quickly run into the issue of shutdown or more due to high levels of waste heat.

Ridding an application of waste heat not only requires an understanding of the device’s intended function and components, but it also cannot be done with a one-size-fits-all approach. Many manufacturers may tout the ability to address your needs with such solutions, but how can they optimize your capabilities without considering your measurements and parameters?

If your company’s applications are of the high-power, high-heat flux type, then a custom cold plate solution may be your answer to overheating. Cold plates consist of an aluminum plate containing internal tubing in which cooling is provided. This device helps absorb heat that has been transferred to the plate by transistors and other components that are mounted on it. To learn more about this process and how our team can help, give us a call today.

Ask About Our Liquid Cold Plates

Cold plate cooling can provide high thermal transfer rates over large areas. In addition to traditional cold plate models, our team manufactures a line of liquid cold plates that combines conduction with phase-change cooling in order to help you get the most from your applications.

To accomplish such levels of cooling, the device functions by passing heat from the metal plate to the cooling fluid, allowing for an environmentally-friendly manner of thermal management. Contact our team today to learn more.

What Else You Should Know

Cold plate cooling is typically effective in high-power and high-flux applications, including high power lasers, battery coolers, fuel cells, medical equipment, avionics, motor drives and other applications of the like. In order to get the most from such devices, your thermal solutions need to be able to provide high-performance capabilities to a wide variety of common and not-so-common applications.

Speak With Our Team Today

Contact Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 to learn more about the many functions of cold plate application cooling and speak with a representative from our team to get started on your solution today.