Machining principle of spade radiator in electronic radiator
The processing principle of the shovel radiator is based on the plasticity of the profile (aluminum profile or aluminum alloy), and the characteristics of the shovel process are used to form at one time. There is no need to process and splice, so that the finished shovel radiator can maintain the original thermal conductivity of the profile. In addition, it can achieve higher density and larger size production requirements, and improve its heat dissipation performance. It breaks through the limitation of the thickness-length ratio of conventional radiators, and can produce high-density radiators. The blade and the base are integrated, there is no problem of interface impedance, and the heat dissipation effect is very good. It is close to the aluminum extruded radiator and is widely used in the photovoltaic industry, electric vehicles, inverters, and communication products.
electronic heat sink 、The spade-tooth radiator meets the design requirements of larger-sized radiators, and can be used for heat dissipation of various high-power motors such as photovoltaic inverters, wind power converters, medium and high voltage transformers, power battery packs, etc.