The Science Behind Cold Plate Cooling

Macro shot of a modern desktop motherboard with a heatsink mounted on the CPU on the socket LGA.When it comes to helping you get the most out of your technological applications, there are a number of considerations to keep in mind. First, the purpose of your equipment plays a major role in its function and therefore its maintenance, meaning you must understand the ins and outs of your machines in order to best service them and keep them running smoothly. Your environment also plays a major role in what technologies will be most efficient to prevent overheating, and so on and so forth. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX will examine the way cold plate heat exchangers can regulate internal application temperatures, even in cramped spaces.

High-Level Heat Transfer

Ensuring your industrial applications are functioning properly is an ongoing process and one that requires a thorough understanding of possible hurdles that could influence quality. Indeed, overheating in these devices is one of the major issues that could lead to temporary break down, electrical fires, and even permanent damage. What’s more? Many devices are created in such a way that does not account for thermal management capabilities, meaning space allotted is few and far between.

In order to transfer waste heat away from the source, one must consider how that energy will be displaced. This could be through movement, spreading, or dissipation. Still, the optimization of these methods is dependent on what factors you have to work with, meaning a one-size-fits-all approach will not suffice.

When looking for high-level heat transfer, having a team on your side that recognizes the best practices and utilizes materials with high levels of thermal transfer is a must. For more information about this process, reach out to our team today.

Using Pumped Liquid

In addition to materials with high rates of thermal conductivity, solutions such as liquid cold plates implement natural and eco-friendly methods to get the job done. These heat exchangers utilize a pumped liquid in order to provide the internal cooling necessary to remove waste heat that has been transferred to the plate at a rapid rate.

What’s more? Our team will work with you to create an ideal solution that is customized to your unique needs and parameters. To learn more about this process, reach out to our team today.

Helps in Tight Spaces

One of the major benefits that accompany cold plate technology is that they are created in such a way to provide effective thermal transfer even in tighter spaces. Indeed, the relatively flat design utilizes area without impacting width or height in an area, thus providing the means necessary to keep your machines running optimally.

Speak with Our Team

Contact Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 to learn more about the benefits of liquid cold plate heat exchangers or speak to a member of our team today.