All-aluminum, brazed-construction heat exchanger coils are designed for use in applications requiring maximum cleaning capability with no clogging. The dust-free designs are available in both conventional, round-tube finless technology and in flat-tube microchannel technology. Thermal performance of aluminum round-tube designs meets conventional dust-free copper tube designs, but has half the weight, says the manufacturer. Flat-tube microchannel coils allow tight tube spacing for increased thermal performance while maintaining large cleaning lanes in a lightweight, durable coil.
our aluminum heaters are custom-made, making them the perfect cost-efficiency solution for manufacturers. The exclusive design features the superior flexibility regarding size and heat resistance in extremely high temperatures, making them the ideal solution.
The custom made aluminum heaters are the perfect fit when it comes to fast and uniform heat transfer. our Thick Film Aluminum`s outstanding thermal conductivity and high power density turn it into an excellent option for low-heat applications that require a high-degree of control.
Aluminum alloys tend to be highly malleable, which allows for a much greater variety in the designs of aluminum heat sink extrusion profiles. Because aluminum is both a good conductor of heat and a heat reflector, it is an excellent choice for heat exchange applications and as a heat shield. Aluminum alloy comes in a wider range of tempers at low costs compared to other metals. In particular, aluminum can be shaped into foil, fins, or sheets, making it perfect for heat sink applications of all stripes.
Cooling mechanisms often require high strength materials at a light weight. Only aluminum, with its improvements in aluminum extrusion, offers the right combination at affordable costs. Aluminum has repeatedly proven to have a higher strength-to-weight ratio than steel, brass, or copper. Aluminum heat sinks can also be electrically grounded, an important consideration in many industries.
Another advantage of aluminum is its low melting temperature makes it easier to extrude, stamp, or cast, while still offering high levels of shape complexity, dimensional capability, and other properties for high volume applications. In particular, injection molded aluminum may be lower in density, but its thermal conductivity still remains high. While extruded or die-cast aluminum heat sinks can be easier to process because of their alloying elements, these impurities are actually detrimental to the thermal properties. This is why purer metal injection molded aluminum offers greater thermal conductivity.