Using copper, stainless steel and aluminum tubes pressed into base plates constructed with different aluminum alloys produced internally according to the needs, MG is able to design and produce an unlimited series of custom solutions for every single project requirement. The range also includes a series of established size plates that can be used for simpler applications, already sized to accommodate almost all the active components available on the market.
We design LCP with pressed tubes completely customized for the individual needs of each specific design, regardless of the application for which the plate is designed.
In liquid plates with through holes, the channels of the circuits inside the plate are obtained directly by extrusion or by deep drilling of solid plates. The circuit of channels, both extruded and designed to measure, is obtained by sealing the channels themselves both externally and internally in specific points defined by the project with the use of sealed caps positioned to define the circulation of the desired liquid inside the plate.
Economy, simplicity of construction and non-exaggerated cooling requirements are the predominant features of the project where the through-hole technology finds its ideal application.
Since there are no restrictions on the use of the various alloys available and as there are no limits in the diameter and depth of the holes, we are able to design and produce LCPs, hybrid air-liquid heat sinks and fittings of any shape and feature. Design freedom and availability to any customization even for heatsinks with non-extreme thermal performance needs.
No dimensional constraint on the 3 axes of the designed volume and a variable drilling length depending on the diameter used. Use of external and intermediate sealing caps for the channel to create the desired internal paths. Inlet and outlet connections both inside and outside the plate
Plate with tube
The standard liquid-filled plates with cooling tube have a continuous tube without joints mechanically locked inside an extruded aluminum plate. The assembly process provides positive mechanical fixing. Furthermore, a thermal epoxy resin is applied to the joint to form a thermal interface without voids between the plate and the tube, increasing performance. Standard sizes or customized solutions are available.
Extended surface plate
The plates made in MG increase the surface area in contact with the refrigerant fluid using fin structures in the flow path, thus improving the efficiency of thermal transfer. Compared to other extended surface projects, AavFin cooling plates offer the highest performance available. The products have a vacuum brazed structure and can be customized to meet specific application needs.
TUBE cooling plates are innovative for inserting tubes in the base plate that form a mechanically robust cooling plate. The extended surface cooling plates increase the surface area in contact with the refrigerant fluid by using wider tubes arranged at a smaller distance from each other, in order to increase the surface area, thus increasing the thermal transfer performance. Unlike narrow tube designs, the wide tube puts more fluid in close contact with the base of the device to increase thermal transfer.