Cold PlateCold Plate
Cooling Source, Inc. utilizes a range of technologies and round or flat tubing to produce performance-fin cold plates with a liquid-cooled chassis. Designed with the increasing demand for compact designs in mind and with an accompanying requirement for power densities, this type of manufacturing satisfies the increasing demand for compact cooling requirements.
Utilized by fields as diverse as high-powered electronics, lasers, power drives and medical equipment, and often supplied to the military and aerospace industries, cold plate technology is the perfect choice for your high-power requirements. If you are faced with high watt densities and air-cooled heat sinks are inadequate, liquid-cooled cold plates offer an ideal high-performance heat transfer solution alternative.
Our standard aluminum heat sinks are the perfect solution when you have both low cost needs and fast to market requirements and are available in either standard or customized types. An aluminum block is pushed or drawn through a die to create a straight or cross-cut finished product. Each is designed to meet a specific need, and our experts can help you decide which is best for your application.
Extrusion heat sinks can be a great choice when you require a low tooling cost, a low cost per piece, and little or no secondary machining.
Bonded FinBonded Fin
Our bonded fin heat sinks are manufactured from either aluminum or copper metal sheets, or by using an extrusion process. Using either epoxy or a solder/braze process, they are then bonded to the base. Each process is designed to meet specific needs and our knowledgeable consulting is always available to answer any manufacturing questions you may have.
Bonded fin heat sinks are generally designed for high power application with low thermal resistance. Forced air cooling is required for these products.
Forged Heat SinkForged Heat Sink
Forged heat sinks are manufactured by either pressing, pounding, or squeezing metal metal under great pressure, producing parts of exceptionally high strength. The forging die process usually starts with hot, pre-heated metal at a specific temperature. This type of heat sink can be a good choice when you need a high aspect ratio for any fin type made from either copper or a lighter weight aluminum