The heat sink enclosure uses aluminum with a high thermal conductivity as the main body of the heat sink, which has the advantages of light weight, corrosion resistance, strong thermal conductivity, non-magnetic and strong plasticity. Heat sink enclosure can be customized according to customer drawings.
Aluminum is light in weight and easy to manufacture. Aluminum alloy is the most common radiator material. The cost of aluminum is lower than that of copper and has high performance-to-price ratio, so it is an ideal choice for most radiators. Its heat transfer capacity, or thermal conductivity, is about half that of copper. This limits the distance at which heat moves and conducts from the heat source in the radiator base. The radiator is designed to maximize the surface area in contact with the coolant.