100W High Power Electronic Heat sink

Machining Factory: Electronic heat sink
Material: Aluminum alloy
Origin: Zhongshan, China
Production: CNC machining
Size: Customized
Surface Treatment: Anodized
Color: Custom
Inspected:100% Inspected before shipment
Shipping:15-25Work days

Electronic heat sink materials

MaterialsAluminum, brass
Surface treatmentAnodizing, brushing, galvanizing, laser engraving, silk printing, polishing, powder coating, etc
Tolerance± 0.01mm, 100% QC quality inspection before delivery, can provide quality inspection form
Testing equipmentCMM; tool microscope;multi-joint arm; automatic height gauge; manual height gauge; dial gauge; marble platform; roughness measurement
ProcessingBroaching, drilling, etching/chemical machining, laser machining, milling, other machining services, turning, wire EDM, rapid prototyping
File formatsSolid works, pro/engineer, AutoCAD(DXF, DWG), PDF, TIF, etc.
Service projectTo provide production design, production and technical service, mold development, processing, etc
Quality assuranceISO9001 Certified.TUV; SGS; RoHS


Extrusion, CNC machining, and anodized

When you are trying to cool down an electronic board or chip that produces a lot of heat you need a high power electronic heat sink. A 100W high power electronic heat sink is considered sufficient for cooling most electronics that produce high amounts of heat. Heavy duty electronics must be cooled down properly to prevent them from overheating.

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Custom heatsink design

A high power aluminum heat sink combined with a fan cooling mechanism is known to offer great results. Most heavy duty electronic heat sinks are made from aluminum. Aluminum has an inherent property that allows it to be extruded into a wide range of shapes.
MK CNC Parts has been manufacturing both bulk and customized high power electric heat sinks for high voltage devices. If you manufacture high power electronic products then we can provide heat sinks to overcome the excess heat generation. You should never compromise on your device’s safety by using regular heat sinks with high power electronics. Investing in high power electric heat sinks that are compatible with the heat generation of your electronic will improve its longevity and performance.

What is an Electronic Heat sink?
An electronic heat sink is a heat exchanger mechanism that is designed especially to cool down electronic equipment. Heat sinks are solid at the bottom where they make contact with the electronic chip’s surface and have fins at the top end. The heat travels from the bottom where it is generated by the electronic board or chip and goes up to the fins where it leaves the system. An electronic or transistor heat sink is an ingenious mechanism that requires very little power or maintenance to cool down heavy duty electronics. Electric heat sinks are known for their ability to maintain a constant temperature when combined with a cooling fan. Every electronic product has an ideal operating temperature and heat sinks can helps maintain the optimal temperature range at all times.
Anything from graphics cards, motherboards, CPUs, and even everyday electronics require some kind of heat sink types in order to operate properly. A larger heat sink offers more surface area to cool down a larger electronic component. A 100W high power electronic heat sink is the best option you have to keep the temperature of a larger electronic chip stable.

Components Of A Heat Sink
A heat sink’s design is simple therefore it is easier to produce in bulk. A heat sink is made up of the components:
Base: A heat sink’ base is a flat metallic block made of aluminum or copper that is meant to go directly on the transistor or chip.
Fins: Fins protrude directly from the base of the heat sink and a heat sink is going to have multiple fins that are at separated from each other. The purpose of the fins is to make sure that heat from the source can leave the heat sink through the separate fins that make up a large surface area.
Mounting hardware: A mounting hardware is exactly what the name suggests it is a mechanism that is used to hold the heat sink firmly to the electronic chip or board. Mounting hardware can range from adhesives to screws that can maintain contact between heat sink and the heat source.

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Types Of Heat Sinks
Electronic heat sinks are further divided into two main categories called active and a passive heat sink. Here is how both types of heat sinks differ:
Active heat sink: An active transistor heat sink is installed along with a fan or a blower. The fan blows air on the heat sink which rapidly cools the fins down offering much better temperature control.
Since active heat sinks have a fan installed in close proximity the heat sink itself can be kept smaller in side.
Passive heat sink: Passive transistor heat sinks are often installed as device enclosures. Passive heat sinks don’t need a dedicated fan to dissipate heat. With that said passive heat sinks can’t coo an electronic device effectively.
Benefits of Installing a High Power Electronic Heat Sink
Installing a high power electronic heat sink offers significant benefits when it comes to heavy duty electronics. Here are just some of the many benefits of using an electronic heat sink:
You can get a purpose bulk high power heat sink made by MK CNC Company.
Can cool down devices with up to 100W heat output without drawing too much power.
Can be installed directly on the electronic component to provide excellent heat dissipation.
Can be combined with a fan to offer better temperature control.

How To Install An Electronic Heat Sink?
To begin installing a heat sink you have to align the base of the sink to the device. You may have to apply thermal paste onto the chip beforehand.
For the second step you have to use specialized screws or adhesive to fit the radiator on the heat source. After you are sure that the heat sink is fitted correctly you can turn on the device to test its temperature control abilities.
Alternatives To The High Power Electronic Heat Sink
Liquid cooling: While high power electronic heat sinks rely on fans to cool down the components liquid cooling systems circulate fluid through the system to carry heat away from the heat source. Liquid cooling is the most commonly used alternative for electronic heat sinks especially for CPUs.
Vapor chamber: Vapor chamber uses a working fluid that turns into vapor after absorbing heat and then moves to the far end where it releases the heat.
Heat pipes: Heat pipes are tubes made out of copper that absorb heat from the device end and moves it away from the source. Vapor chambers and heat pipes work on similar principals.
A high power passive heat sink is a vital component for maintaining the safety of any electronic component. Heat has long been an issue for companies that manufacture electronic products. MK CNC Parts makes it easier for electronics manufacturers to get suitable high power electronic heat sinks for their heavy duty electronic items.

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