Bonded Fin Heatsinks
Cooling Source manufacture bonded fin heatsinks with aluminum or copper metal sheets. Not only ..but by using an extrusion process. Consequently, the fins go through epoxy or a solder braze process. that is to say, the fin is bonded to the base, hence the name bonded fin.
CSI’s designed bonded heatsinks to help meet your particular needs. Should you have any questions about using bonded fin heatsinks, our knowledgeable consultants can discuss your specific needs and answer any questions you may have. It is essential to choose the right product for cost, delivery time, and effectiveness. The choice you make can be crucial to your success.
Also, bonded fin heatsinks are suitable for high-power applications. In addition, they provide low thermal resistance. Furthermore, forced air cooling should be considered.
Benefits and characteristics:
- Better aspect ratio than thin fin extrusions
- Rohs compliant and high thermal conductivity epoxy, or soldered fins
- Fins can be as thin as 0.008. “
- Fins can be 2 inches or higher
- The solid mechanical bond between the base and the fins
- Excellent process for large heat sinks.
Briefly, as part of design work, our engineers apply advanced 3D modeling. Also, we are using cutting-edge CFD tools to optimize your heat transfer project. In addition to bonded fin heatsinks, we provide our customers a complete cooling solution to meet specific requirements in a timely and cost-effective manner.
Also, you can count on our Mechanical Engineers to assist with design change and reduce manufacturing costs.
Our fully equipped lab is available to valid your designs, testing, and inspect.
Our team can help you meet tight schedule requirements while allowing you to focus on your business’s core competencies.
Also, we stand by, ready to support you from concept to production globally.
Finally, a simple call or e-mail will put you in touch with the experts who have the answers you require.