Heat pipes are closed systems whose thermal conductivity is based on a thermodynamic cycle of evaporation and condensation of a liquid. Heat pipes can transmit high thermal flows with only a minor temperature gradient. The thermal conductivity of a heat pipe filled with water is 20 to 50 times greater than that of an equivalent copper pipe. Heat pipes are therefore especially well-suited for rapid spot heating with full capacity. They offer ideal options for external heat transmission in cramped installation situations. Heat pipes can also be used as a heat splay in heat sinks.

Advantages of heat pipes:

  • Rapid spot heating for full performance
  • Ideal for transmitting heat in cramped installation situations
  • Freedom of design and flexibility provided by increasing the number of heat pipes
  • Selecting qualified heat pipes provides for a long service life
  • Working temperature of up to 275 °C
  • Applications possible at temperatures as low as –40 °C when alcohol mix is used

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