What is the MicroCool cold plate advantage? What makes our cold plates for liquid cooling the best performing cold plates?
- Robust lead-free friction stir weld design
- Available electroless nickel plating inside and out to protect against corrosion with certain coolants
- Easily customize your design simply by changing the density of the MDT fin or pin fin geometry inside without changing the entire design
- Fast delivery: Next day shipping available on our 3000 series standard cold plates.
MicroCool designs and manufactures the best performing and most cost-effective cold plates for liquid cooling available today.
Visit www.microcooling.com to learn more. Our engineers are available to answer any design questions you may have.
Why Friction Stir Welding is Better
Friction Stir Welding (FSW) is a solid-state joining process, meaning frictional heat is generated between the wear-resistant welding tool and the material of the workpieces. Joining the workpieces together while staying below the melting point. This creates a leak-proof seal that is stronger and more reliable than any other cold plate joining method.
Microcool uses the best technology
MicroCool has become the expert in FSW high conductivity 1100 series aluminum MDT pin plates into all types of machined, extruded and cast aluminum alloys.
Visit www.microcooling.com to learn more
Come Join us at PCIM Europe 2017
Wolverine’s MicroCool Division invites you to join us for PCIM Europe 2017 May 16-18th in Nuremberg, Germany. PCIM Europe is the worldwide-recognized conference for power electronics, intelligent motion, renewable energy and energy management. We will be exhibiting in booth 7-447.
As an industry leader in base plate, cold plate and total cooling loop system designs for the power electronics industry, MicroCool will be exhibiting the latest innovations at Booth 7-447 during the show, including our 3000 Series Cold Plates. Make sure to come by our booth to check out how our cutting-edge engineering has helped the following industries:
Also, our Thermal Design Engineer, Matt Reeves, will be presenting at the Exhibitor Forum on Thursday, May 18th at 12:40 PM in Exhibitor Forum Hall 7, Booth 507. He will be providing an analysis on how Micro Deformation Technology (MDT) together with Friction Stir Welding (FSW) construction can provide a significant improvement on cost, thermal performance and pressure drop.
We hope to see you there!
The MIcroCool Team