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GCoreLab unveils next-gen cold plates for power electronics

20 Mar 2014

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GCoreLab announced the launch of its next generation of cold plates for the cooling of power electronics. The plates are designed to significantly increase the performance and reliability of current power electronics by advancing a novel and unique solution in heat dissipation.

The XtremeChill plate utilises GCoreLab?s oblique fin patented technology, which offers thermal cooling and heating performance with no pressure drop. The technology, first developed by Professor PS Lee at the National University of Singapore, is an accumulation of more than a decade of research in this arena.

XtremeChill IGBT liquid cold plate

XtremeChill IGBT liquid cold plate.

XtremeChill provides up to 100 per cent increase in performance over current industry offerings using pin or straight fin plates. The key is a disruptive technology that introduces a continuous interruption of the thermal boundary layer, which promotes an enhanced fluid mixture.

GCoreLab's XtremeChill IGBT liquid cold plate series offers the following advantages: Fits most standard IGBT modules; maximises cooling in a compact package; and enables spot cooling and maintains uniform module temperature.

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