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    Heat Pipe

    Heat Pipe Assemblies provide greater thermal efficiency by embedding heat pipes into an assembly to transport heat away from a concentrated source. Heat pipes passively facilitate this transfer by employing an evaporator and condenser in a closed loop mechanism, spreading heat evenly within a base to peripheral fins. A variety of basic heat sink technologies benefit from integrating heat pipes which improve conduction paths, reduce overall weight, and raise thermal performance without increasing volume.

     Why Heat Pipe Heat Sinks?

    Fast heat conduction, reduce heat transfer time

    Satisfy the demand of high heat dissipation products

    Reduce the size of heat sink

    No leaking problem