Heat Pipe is a highly efficient heat transfer component that transfers heat through internal vapor and dissipates it through a heat pipe to enhance heat transfer efficiency. It is commonly used in heat sinks for heat dissipation.
The production process of Heat Pipes usually includes the following steps:
Choosing suitable materials: Heat Pipes need to be filled with a certain amount of working fluid inside, typically high thermal conductivity liquids such as water, alcohol, ammonia, and high thermal conductivity materials such as copper, aluminum, and other metals for the heat pipe.
Making the heat pipe: The heat pipe is completed through processing such as stamping, stretching, and cutting of steel pipes. Then, the heat pipe is heat-treated in a clean area to reduce the effects of oxides, fats, and oils on the inner wall of the heat pipe.
Filling working fluid: Under vacuum, the working fluid is filled into the heat pipe using a filling device, and the filling amount and working pressure are strictly controlled.
Sealing: Heat Pipes are sealed, usually completed through welding or mechanical processing.
Testing: Testing the heat performance of Heat Pipes, including thermal conductivity, thermal resistance, pressure, and other indicators.
Due to the complex manufacturing process of Heat Pipes, there is a certain technical threshold in manufacturing. Dynatron chooses high-quality materials, strictly controls the manufacturing process, testing process, and other requirements to improve the heat transfer efficiency and quality of heat sinks.