The aluminum heat sink has the characteristics of beautiful appearance, light weight, good heat dissipation performance, and good energy saving effect. The surface of the processed aluminum heat sink is anodized for surface treatment to increase the corrosion resistance, wear resistance and appearance of the aluminum. Aluminum extruded heat sinks are generally used for high-power heat dissipation components and heat dissipation systems. Based on the existing mature aluminum extruded profile radiator technology, KangDing Thermal Energy can provide a reliable heat dissipation solution in a natural convection environment. The aluminum extrusion molding is realized by the profile die, and the complex heat dissipation fin structure can be realized. These complex heat dissipation fins greatly increase the heat dissipation surface area, and at the same time reduce the cost and time of aluminum block processing.
Why choose an extruded profile heat sink?
(1) It is more efficient than stamping and forming heat sink;
(2) It is more cost-effective than mechanical processing;
(3) There are a variety of standard shapes and sizes to choose from;
(4) Easy customization realization is lighter than copper, with obvious advantages;
(5) The MAX CLIP fastener system does not need to install hardware and tools.
Find mold (input parameters to find the profile heat sink mold you want)
The basic parameters of extrusion are as follows:
|Machine tonnage||Diagonal size||Multiple (Fin Height/Fin Space)||Machine tonnage||Diagonal size||Multiple (Fin Height/Fin Space)|
Fin 1: The thickness of the top of the fin and the root of the fin of the heat sink are the same, and the multiple is less than 10 times. Natural heat dissipation structure
Fin 2: The top of the fin of the heat sink is small and the root of the fin is large, with a certain taper and high multiples. Forced air-cooled heat sink products, lighter without reducing performance
Fin 3: The top of the fin of the heat sink is small, the root of the fin is large, with a certain taper, and the surface of the fin is embossed. The above two fin shapes are suitable for this design to increase the surface area, and the embossing size is inversely proportional to the multiple.