Vacuum Brazed Liquid Cold Plate
Vacuum brazing is a process where metal components are joined, using a filler material with lower melt point than the base materials, in a furnace which has been evacuated of air to eliminate oxidisation of the part during heating to the filler melt point.
Vacuum brazed liquid cold plates have clean, flux-free braze joints of high integrity and strength.
The process allows for extremely complex coolant flow paths and enhanced performance through the brazing of folded fins into the liquid path to increase surface area and turbulence.
This allows us to make liquid cold plates which extract very high thermal power whilst minimizing size and weight.
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