What we do
At SJS Products, a Jamcor Corporation, we have amassed many years of experience in the Thermal Solutions field, and many of our partner clients have taken advantage of our unrivalled expertise in the design and manufacture of heat sinks, heat pipes, vapor chambers and liquid cooled products. We can also help with all areas of engineering support, plus a wide variety of manufacturing solutions from extrusion to injection molding, and many more. What do we provide in the way of Thermal Solutions, and why might you need our services?
What We Offer in Thermal Solutions
Our Thermal Solutions support covers the design and manufacture of heat sinks, and heat pipes and vapor chambers, each of which are used in many different areas across a wide range of different industries. Heat pipes move heat from the heat source (evaporator) to a cooler location (condenser) to remove heat quickly and efficiently. Vapor chambers remove heat quickly in three directions (x, y and z axis). They are an excellent solution for high wattage systems. Heat is generated through many different engineering processes – and by many household and industrial appliances – and needs to be controlled.
Heat pipes and vapor chambers work by way of evaporation and condensation, which is the basic method in which physics transfers heat from its form of energy into a gas. This cooling cycle is best seen at work in your household fridge and freezer – in which compressors and other items process the heat and convert it – and can be used in air condition systems and for many other purposes. At SJS Products, a Jamcor Corporation, we can provide our unrivalled expertise in Thermal Solutions, and we’re happy to answer any questions you may have.
Who Uses Thermal Solutions?
Heat sinks, heat pipes and vapor chambers are widely used in electronics, and are essential for manufacturers of many household appliances – including fridges, freezes and air conditioning systems – as well as in many commercial electronics applications. Although it is a simple process, the design and manufacture of these types of thermal solutions requires expertise in the field, and at SJS Products, a Jamcor Corporation, our technicians are the absolute best you will find.
We can provide you with a comprehensive analysis when you need heat sinks for your next project, and our knowledgeable and professional team is here to talk to you and set things in motion. Contact us now and see how we can help.
At SJS Products, a Jamcor Corporation we take great pride in our ability to provide first-class services to our clients, and as a partner in your thermal solutions project – or any other manufacturing or engineering support project you might have in mind – you can rest assured that we will go above and beyond the levels of service you will experience with a mere supplier.
Our unrivalled experience in general engineering support and Thermals Solutions has seen us partner with clients for many successful engineering projects. If you are looking for more information about our Thermal Solutions including heat sinks, heat pipes and vapor chambers, or need to talk to experts about general engineering support and manufacturing solutions of any kind, talk to one of the expert team at SJS Products, a Jamcor Corporation, and let us be your partner for your next successful project.
What are Heat Pipes?
Heat pipes are hollow metal pipes filled with a liquid coolant that moves heat by evaporating and condensing in an endless cycle. A heat pipe can be considered a passive heat pump; moving heat as a result of the laws of physics.
How do Heat Pipes work?
As the lower end of the heat pipe is exposed to heat, the coolant within it starts to evaporate thus absorbing heat. As the coolant turns into vapor, it, along with its heat load, convect within the heat pipe. The reduced molecular density forces the vaporized coolant upwards, where it is exposed to the cold end of the heat pipe. The coolant then condenses back into a liquid state, releasing the latent heat. Since the rate of condensation increases with increased delta temperatures between the vapor and heat pipe surface, the gaseous coolant automatically streams towards the coldest spot within the heat pipe. As the coolant condenses, and its molecular density increases once more, gravitational forces pull the coolant towards the lower end of the heat pipe. To aid this coolant cycle, improve its performance and make it less dependent on the orientation of the heat pipe towards Earth’s gravitational center, modern heat pipes feature inner walls with a fine capillary structure. The capillary surfaces within the heat pipe break the coolant’s surface tension, distributing it evenly throughout the structure. As soon as coolant evaporates on one end, the coolant’s surface tension automatically pulls in fresh coolant from the surrounding area. As a result of the self-organizing streams of the coolant in both phases, heat is actively convecting through heat pipes throughout the entire coolant cycle, at a rate unmatched by solid heat spreaders and heat sinks.
By adjusting its dimensions, capillary surface structure, coolant formula and internal pressure, our engineers can fine-tune our heat pipes’ performance, operating range and angle dependence to match a wide range of operation.
A heat pipe-based cooling solution usually weighs less while moving more heat at a lower delta than traditional cooling solutions, increasing components’ and products’ lifetimes and operation reliability.
Heat pipes enable passive cooling solutions for high heat load and high temperature equipment; lacking moving parts and boasting extraordinary lifetimes as a result.