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Liquid-to-air heat exchangers
14 June 2017, Circuit & System Protection

Advanced Thermal Solutions has released a new line of tube-to-fin, liquid-to-air heat exchangers. Made with the highest density fins to maximise heat transfer from liquid to air, the products allow the liquid to be cooled to very low temperatures.

The heat exchanger fins and tubes are made of copper and stainless steel to be suitable for a variety of fluids, including water, dielectric fluids and custom designed heat transfer fluids. Each of the seven heat exchanger sizes is available with or without a fan. ATS offers 49 options of heat exchangers to meet a variety of needs. Lengths range from 14,7 to 55,6 cm, widths from 14,7 to 35,6 cm, and heights from 4,6 to 6,6 cm. Tube diameters are available at 0,95 and 1,27 cm.

The heat exchangers have silver-solder brazed joints and have been internally cleaned and externally coated for corrosion protection. ATS pressure tests them and can customise them for different fans. They have heat transfer capacities up to 250 W per 1°C difference between the inlet liquid and the inlet air temperatures.

These heat exchangers can be used in a number of applications, including automotive, aerospace, medical, laser cooling, electronics cooling, compressor cooling, semiconductor processing and HVAC.

For more information contact Advanced Thermal Solutions, ats-hq@qats.com, www.qats.com


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