Fan, Blowers & Heatsinks

Keep your electronics cool and reliable with our thermal management solutions, including fans, blowers, heatsinks, and thermal interface materials. Fans and blowers provide forced-air cooling to dissipate heat from components and prevent overheating, ensuring optimal performance and longevity. Heatsinks enhance heat dissipation by increasing the surface area for thermal conduction, reducing temperature gradients and hot spots. Thermal interface materials, such as thermal pads and thermal grease, ensure efficient heat transfer between components and heatsinks, minimizing thermal resistance and maximizing cooling efficiency. Whether you’re designing PCs, servers, or industrial equipment, our thermal management solutions keep your electronics running cool under any conditions.

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Axial Fans

Crossflow Fans

Passive Heatsinks

Data Center Cooling Solutions

Custom Cooling Solutions

Thermal Electric Coolers (TECs)

Centrifugal Fans

Active Heatsinks

Types of Fan, Blowers & Heatsinks

  1. Case Fans: Fans designed to provide airflow within computer cases to dissipate heat generated by internal components such as the CPU, GPU, and hard drives.

  2. CPU Coolers: Heatsink and fan assemblies designed to cool the central processing unit (CPU) in computers, typically consisting of a heatsink with heat pipes and a fan or multiple fans.

  3. GPU Coolers: Cooling solutions designed to dissipate heat generated by graphics processing units (GPUs) in graphics cards, often consisting of heatsinks with heat pipes and fans.

  4. Liquid Cooling Systems: Cooling solutions that use a liquid coolant, such as water or a specialized coolant, to transfer heat away from components, including CPU and GPU water blocks, radiators, pumps, and tubing.

  5. Blower Fans: Fans with a radial design that draw air in from one side and expel it out the other side, creating a focused airflow, commonly used in compact electronic devices and server environments.

  6. Axial Fans: Fans with blades that rotate around an axis to generate airflow parallel to the axis, commonly used in desktop computers, servers, and HVAC systems.

  7. Crossflow Fans: Fans with a rectangular shape and a tangential airflow path, providing a wide, uniform airflow, commonly used in electronic equipment and appliances.

  8. Duct Fans: Fans designed to be installed within ductwork to provide airflow in ventilation systems, HVAC systems, and industrial applications.

  9. Centrifugal Fans: Fans with a curved blade design that generate airflow perpendicular to the axis of rotation, offering higher pressure capabilities than axial fans, commonly used in HVAC systems and industrial applications.

  10. Bladeless Fans: Fans that use air multiplier technology to draw in and amplify surrounding air, providing airflow without visible blades, commonly used in home appliances and cooling solutions.

  11. Passive Heatsinks: Heatsinks without integrated fans that rely on natural convection to dissipate heat, commonly used in low-power electronics and industrial applications.

  12. Active Heatsinks: Heatsinks with integrated fans or other cooling mechanisms to enhance heat dissipation, commonly used in CPUs, GPUs, and other high-power electronic components.

  13. Thermal Electric Coolers (TECs): Cooling devices that use the Peltier effect to transfer heat away from a component, often used in conjunction with heatsinks in high-performance cooling solutions.

  14. Liquid Metal Thermal Interface Materials: High-performance thermal compounds used to improve heat transfer between heat sources, such as CPUs or GPUs, and heatsinks in liquid cooling systems.

  15. Fan Controllers: Devices or software applications used to control the speed and operation of fans and other cooling devices, allowing for manual or automatic adjustment of cooling performance.

  16. Chassis Fans: Fans installed in the chassis or enclosure of electronic devices to provide general airflow and cooling for internal components.

  17. Industrial Fans and Blowers: High-performance fans and blowers designed for industrial applications, including ventilation, cooling, and air circulation in manufacturing facilities and warehouses.

  18. Outdoor Fans: Weather-resistant fans designed for outdoor use in applications such as patio cooling, outdoor events, and agricultural ventilation.

  19. Data Center Cooling Solutions: Specialized cooling systems designed for data centers and server rooms, including precision air conditioning units, in-row cooling solutions, and containment systems.

  20. Custom Cooling Solutions: Tailored cooling solutions designed for specific applications or environments, including custom-designed heatsinks, fan arrays, and integrated cooling systems for industrial equipment, medical devices, and telecommunications infrastructure.


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  2. Corsair
  3. Cooler Master
  4. Thermaltake
  5. NZXT
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  7. Arctic Cooling
  8. Deepcool
  9. Scythe
  10. Fractal Design
  11. SilverStone
  12. EKWB (EK Water Blocks)
  13. Phanteks
  14. Akasa
  15. Antec
  16. Gelid Solutions
  17. Prolimatech
  18. Cryorig
  19. Raijintek
  20. Zalman

FAQs on Fans, Blowers & Heatsinks

We provide a range of cooling solutions including fans, blowers, and heatsinks to ensure efficient thermal management in your systems.

Selection depends on factors like airflow requirements, noise levels, size, and thermal performance. Our product specifications can help you choose the right solution.

Yes, we offer robust and reliable fans and blowers designed for industrial applications. Check the product specifications for details.

Yes, we offer custom heatsink design services to meet your unique thermal management requirements.

Absolutely, our technical support team is available to assist you with integrating and optimizing our cooling solutions for your system.

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