Effective cooling management with individual heat sinks
Our custom heatsink ensure optimum heat dissipation and are specially tailored to the requirements of your electronic products. We offer a wide range of sizes and shapes that can be engineered to your unique requirements. Whether you small SMD heatsinks for circuit boards, Housing with integrated cooling fins or design-oriented High performance heatsink for LED lamps - we have the solution for your needs.
The heatsinks are made of aluminum alloys that have excellent thermal and mechanical properties. If required, we can also offer material combinations with copper and various surface treatments. The attachment of the heat sink is adapted to the application to ensure easy and safe installation.
Heat sinks help to optimize the heat dissipation of electronic components and thus improve their service life and performance. So offer for example finned heat sink a particularly high cooling capacity due to a high rib density.
In a project we designed and manufactured Plastic injection molded case with a suitable heat sink for an LED lighting solution.
In our broad portfolio we offer you a large selection of different heat sinks for all industries and applications:
profile heat sink
Profile heatsinks have a flat surface with ribs and are available in various lengths and widths. They are suitable for cooling components with a low power density.
Extruded heatsinks are manufactured by extruding a metal profile and have a high fin density, resulting in a large surface area and enabling high cooling performance. They are available in various shapes and sizes and are suitable for medium to high power density applications.
Extrusion heat sinks are made by extruding a metal profile and have a flat surface with ribs. They are available in various shapes and sizes and are suitable for medium power density applications.
Skived fin heatsink
These heatsinks will be made from a sheet of aluminum which has fine "fins" or "fins". These fins are cut from the aluminum plate by a special manufacturing process and not by casting or extruding like other heatsinks. The result is a very dense fin structure that offers a larger surface area to dissipate heat faster and more efficiently. They are widely used in the electronics, computer and automotive industries to protect electronic components from overheating.
finned heat sink
Fin heatsinks have a large surface area compared to other heatsinks, which helps heat to dissipate quickly. The ribs on the surface additionally increase the surface area and offer more surface area for heat exchange. The ribs on the surface of a finned heatsink allow for better airflow around the heatsink. This results in better cooling as the heat is released into the air faster.
Die-cast aluminum heatsink
Die-cast aluminum heatsinks are manufactured by the die-casting process and have high fin density and high surface area, resulting in high cooling performance. They are suitable for applications with high power density.
Pin heatsinks consist of many thin pins that offer a large surface area and high cooling performance. They are suitable for applications with high power density.
Board level heatsink
Board-level heatsinks are specially designed for cooling circuit boards and can be attached to the circuit board by plug connections or soldered connections.
Finger heatsinks consist of thin, long fingers and offer a large surface area and high cooling capacity. They are suitable for applications with high power density.
Slip-on heatsinks clip onto the top of the device and have a flat surface with fins. They are suitable for applications with low to medium power density.
LED heatsinks are specially designed for cooling LED lights and have a flat surface with ribs or fins.
high performance heatsink
High-performance heatsinks offer a very high cooling capacity and are suitable for applications with a very high power density. They usually have a complex shape and are made from a combination of materials
By Thermal analysis software we analyze and optimize the thermal behavior of heat sinks. The simulation uses complex mathematical models to simulate the heat transfer inside the heatsink and calculate the temperature distribution in real time. The effects of external factors such as ambient temperature and air flow on the cooling performance are also analyzed.
For a first offer we need a drawing of the required heat sink or the installation situation, information about the desired material, as well as the required quantity and term.
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