Aluminum alloy radiator can be divided into five categories according to different manufacturing methods, die-cast aluminum radiator.
Aluminum alloy radiator can be divided into five categories according to different manufacturing methods, die-cast aluminum radiator, profile aluminum radiator, composite aluminum radiator, copper-aluminum composite radiator, and steel-aluminum composite radiator.
Profiled aluminum radiators, copper-aluminum composite radiators, and welded steel-aluminum composite radiators are all radiators with Chinese characteristics. They are used on certain occasions, but they are not suitable for use in independent heating systems because they are ordinary and easy to smoke. Die-cast aluminum radiators and composite aluminum radiators have beautiful appearance, reasonable structure, low thermal inertia, and large heat dissipation are the preferred radiators for independent heating systems.
The aluminum alloy radiator is based on the shape and structure of the European die-cast aluminum radiator. The head and tail with complex shapes and structures are formed by die-casting aluminum, and the middle part with high pressure and heat requirements is stretched and formed by aluminum profile. Then the head, tail, and middle cylinder are compositely formed. It combines the advantages of die-cast aluminum radiators and profiles aluminum radiators, but the key is composite reliability.
Advantages and disadvantages of aluminum alloy radiator
1. High thermal conductivity
Among various metal radiators, the thermal conductivity of the aluminum alloy radiator is second only to copper radiators. In addition to its own passive heat dissipation task, it can also be equipped with a fan on its surface to further improve the heat transfer efficiency.
2. Corrosion resistance and long life
The aluminum alloy radiator uses alloy material as the original profile so that it not only has excellent thermal conductivity but also has a very long life.
Generally speaking, the life span of an aluminum alloy radiator is at least 10 years. For those aluminum alloy radiators that have undergone anodizing treatment, their lifespan can reach more than 15 years.
3. Sawing processing is not easy
Professional matters still need to be done by professional people. For aluminum alloy radiator processing and sawing, it has always been a troublesome thing. Among them, there are knife marks on the cutting end surface, burrs, and low equipment efficiency are common problems.
At present, for a large number of aluminum alloy radiator manufacturers, if they want their own radiators to stick to their inherent advantages and eliminate all potential deterioration in quality, the performance of the aluminum radiator cutting machine is extremely high. Important.