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Anglia offers customised heatsink capability

Anglia Components is now offering customised heatsinks as part of its Anglia Inception range to complement its range of standard thermal management solutions.

Customised heatsinks are intended for where standard products are not suitable for a design, such as when a specific thermal performance is required or where there is simply not enough space to accommodate a standard product.

Heatsinks can be customised in terms of surface finish, drilling patterns, tapping, milling, custom length and shapes with a choice of anodised colours or bare finishes. Pre-applied thermal interface materials can also be specified as an option, these make production processing and material management much easier.

Commenting on the custom service, David Pearson, Technical Director of Anglia, said, “Where thermal management is concerned, finding the perfect fit for a design is crucial. This is an increasing challenge for designers. The reduced size of electronics both increases the concentration of heat and makes it harder to find space for heat sinks and other standard heat dissipation solutions. Meeting the thermal demands of an application is critical to ensure the long term reliability of the product, and therefore Anglia is pleased to provide customised solutions that will help meet these demands.”

Anglia’s standard thermal management product range is extensive and includes a number of leading thermal management companies offering dedicated solutions for a wide range of applications including LED lighting, high power IGBT modules and many others.

The range is supported by extensive UK inventory and competitive volume pricing, with popular solutions covered by the Anglia EZYsample free sampling service.

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Neil Tyler

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