Is used to achieve maximum heat dissipation and heat transfer. In most cases, liquid cooling is necessary to reliably dissipate heat from very temperature sensitive applications.
In addition to thermal performance, an added benefit of liquid cooling is noise reduction, operating near inaudible levels.
Liquid cooling is used in situations where cooling is critical, for instance in high density batteries - power electronics - semiconductors - electric motors - converters - inverters - lasers - LEDs - GPUs
Liquid cooling for an e-motor. Designed to reduce motor temperature.
Liquid cooling for a battery. Designed to reduce mass, yet maintain minimal temperature.
CNC milled cooling for the back of an electronic motor. Optimized for different heat sources.
CNC milled heat sink for high power IGBTs. Designed for minimal pressure drop.
Designed to increase the thermal uniformity of the batteries.
Micromilled heat sink for a laser diode. Designed to minimize temperature.