Thermal challenges affect a wide range of sectors, Advanced Cooling Technologies, Inc. (ACT) is poised to provide effective solutions. In today’s rapidly evolving world, thermal management has become a critical concern for industries spanning from aerospace and transportation to electronics and renewable energy. The efficient dissipation and control of heat are paramount for ensuring optimal performance, reliability, and longevity of various systems and components.
At ACT, we understand the diverse thermal challenges faced by different sectors, and our expertise, innovation, and dedication enable us to offer tailored cooling solutions that meet the unique needs of each industry. With a deep understanding of thermal science and a vast portfolio of cutting-edge technologies, ACT is ready to partner with organizations across sectors to address their thermal management needs effectively.
Power electronics technology is used across a wide array of industries. It’s estimated that by 2030, over 80% of electricity will flow through Power Electronic Devices. These devices, which include inverters, converters and rectifiers, convert electricity between forms. They’re used for everything from the milliwatt power requirements of portable appliances to high voltage DC transmission, which involves gigawatts (GW) of power. Traditional thermal solutions are often not capable of meeting performance requirements in harsh or challenging environments, and also struggle when coping with high heat flux; therefore, thermal management becomes a key design consideration.
We have experience cooling all types of power electronics devices
1. Variable Frequency Drives (Vfd)
2. Bipolar Junction Transistors
3. Insulated-Gate Bipolar Transistors (Igbts)
4. Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor Field-Effect Transistors
6. Power Supplies
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Photonics is the scientific study of light (photons), and Photonic devices are components that create, manipulate, or detect light. The most common devices in need of advanced thermal solutions are laser diodes, high power light-emitting diodes, optical amplifiers and solar/photovoltaic cells, as these devices are dealing with ever-increasing amounts of concentrated waste heat.
End users are demanding not only that these types of components produce higher performance and increased system level capability, but also, low power consumption and high reliability. ACT’s two-phase solutions and innovative thermal engineering team are up for the challenge!
In any transportation application, safety and reliability reign supreme. From a thermal management perspective, that typically means developing solutions with sufficient thermal margins, low energy consumption, and low maintenance requirements. The ultimate thermal solution depends entirely on the power levels, operating conditions, and environmental requirements; it is important to have an experienced thermal partner—such as ACT—to evaluate these specifications. In partnering with ACT, our customers gain access to our engineering expertise and our product portfolio, leading to optimal solutions that can be efficiently integrated into the final system.
ACT offers heat pipe-based temperature calibration and control products that operate at temperatures of -60°C to 1,100°C. These products use various working fluids, including ammonia, methanol, water, cesium, potassium and sodium, to cover a wide temperature range. These products have been used in temperature calibration and materials processing applications. ACT specializes in the design and manufacture of temperature calibration and control products including, Isothermal Furnace Liners, Ultra High-Temperature IFL’s, Heat Pipe Blackbody Cavities, Pressure Controlled Heat Pipes, IFLs for Materials Processing. For critically controlled environments, count on ACT’s expertise and quality.
Data Center Cooling
Data centers can be small, large, mobile… ACT has solutions to cool these unique applications. Past thermal management methods of cooling data centers are no longer meeting the thermal requirements of today’s higher-power data centers. ACT has solutions to increase cooling efficiency and performance density and reduce overall lifecycle costs than that of air and water cooling. Read the blog–Edge Computing Data Centers: Cooling the Future of Communications