Managing Temperatures With Liquid Cold Plates

Aluminum-copper heat sink plates for industrial electronics. Equipment for cooling electronic components.When it comes to highly-optimal function and output, a custom solution is very important. This means more than just specifically tailoring one aspect of a product to meet a need, but having the capability to meet any need with optimal versatility. Indeed, a number of technologies can be utilized to accomplish this very task, but it takes a skilled team of engineers to do so in an optimal manner. In today’s blog, your team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX is going to take a look at liquid cold plates and how their phase-change technology can provide applications with high-level heat transfer capabilities.

Dispersing Heat Evenly

To address a large number of differing applications, having a higher level of thermal management capabilities is a must. As one of our many options to address this, our liquid cold plates combine conduction – which involves the transfer of heat from a metal plate to the cooling fluid utilized – with phase-change cooling technology in order to disperse thermal energy more effectively and evenly. These products not only help to bring down the cost associated by requiring less energy to do so, but also lowers your carbon emissions and other concerns harmful to the environment. What’s more, the utilization of a high-performance cooling fluid brings temperature regulation to a wider variety of common and uncommon applications. For more information about our products, contact our team today.

Phase-Change Technology

Phase-change cooling is the name given to the process of managing thermal energy within a given application with the use of a liquid’s latent heat of vaporization. In other words, instead of using harmful chemicals or other practices to dispel heat generated by an application, the cooling fluid utilized absorbs the heat until it has reached its natural point of vaporization. From here, the liquid-turned-vapor carries the heat across a distance from the conductor to the heat sink, where it spreads evenly and disperses. This, in turn, transforms the vapor back into a liquid, where the process continues to repeat itself over and over. This not only provides a consistent method for cooling applications, but does so in a way that is not harmful for the environment. For more information, contact our team today.

Efficiency with Customization

We custom design our products to best meet your unique parameters and accommodate your environment. Each plate us custom-created to achieve the cooling needs of its intended application, and we take time to detail the flow paths machined into them. What’s more, we prefer our clients take an active role in the manufacturing and engineering of their solutions, affording you the ability to be involved every step of the way.

Learn More

For more information about the capabilities of our custom liquid cold plates, contact the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 today.