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What is a Heat Pipe:
Heat Pipes are the two-phase systems. Two-phase heat transfer involves the most common passive, capillary-driven of the liquid-vapor phase change (boiling/evaporation and condensation) of a working fluid.




Key Components of a Heat Pipe:
The three major components of a heat pipe include:
●  A vacuum tight, sealed containment shell or vessel
●  Working fluid
●  Capillary wick structure。






Heat Pipe Technology: Passive Heat Transfer for Greater Efficiency:
Heat Pipes offer high effective thermal conductivities (5,000 W/M·K to 200,000 W/M·K), energy-efficiency, light weight, low cost and the flexibility of many different size and shape options. As passive heat transfer systems, heat pipes offer simple and reliable operation, with high effective thermal conductivity, no moving parts, ability to transport heat over long distances and quiet vibration-free operation.
Principle of work:
Heat pipes transfer heat more efficiently and evenly than solid conductors such as aluminum or copper because of their lower total thermal resistance. The heat pipe is filled with a small quantity of working fluid. Heat is absorbed by vaporizing the working fluid. The vapor transports heat to the condenser region where the condensed vapor releases heat to a cooling medium. The condensed working fluid is returned to the evaporator by gravity, or by the heat pipe's wick structure, creating capillary action. Both cylindrical and planar heat pipe variants have an inner surface lined with a capillary wicking material.


JY-HP-10W/K-01 756mm×180mm×765.5mm Click to enter
JY-HP-10W/K-06 605mm×350mm×569mm Click to enter
JY-HP-40W/K-01 836mm×436mm×120.7mm Click to enter