Wakefield-Vette

- Established in 1957, Wakefield Engineering designs efficient, affordable and reliable thermal management solutions for a diverse range of commercial, industrial, and military markets. Recognized as a worldwide leader, Wakefield Engineering has grown with the market while expanding into others, responding to technological advances and anticipating industry demands. Wakefield Engineering is a wholly owned subsidiary of Alpha Technologies Group, Inc.

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Liquid Cold Plates

Wakefield's liquid cooling is a natural evolution beyond air cooling where either due to thermal or footprint requirements, the desired performance can no longer be economically met by air cooling. Learn More

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Individual Heat Pipes

Wakefield-Vette's grooved, mesh, powder, and hybrid heat pipes move heat from the source to an area where the heat can be dissipated. Learn More

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RAPID CPU Coolers

Wakefield-Vette’s RAPID CPU coolers are devices designed to draw heat away from the system’s CPU and other components in an enclosure. Learn More

ulTIMiFlux™ High-Performance Thermal Cured Dispensable Gel

Wakefield-Vette's ulTIMiFlux™ fully cured dispensable gels require no mixing or curing, providing superior design flexibility. Learn More

TEC Series Peltier Thermoelectric Coolers

Wakefield-Vette’s Peltier thermoelectric coolers can meet the requirement of higher current and large cooling needs. Learn More

Recirculating Liquid Chillers

Wakefield-Vette’s HPLC-RM series is a refrigerant-free temperature control device mountable in a 19-inch rack. Learn More

ulTIMiFlux™ Dielectric Phase-Change Thermal Material

Wakefield-Vette's ulTIMiFlux high performance dielectric phase-change material which utilizes a substrate to act as a thermally conductive carrier in order to deliver you uniform thickness coating of phase-change compound on both sides. Learn More

High-Performance Recirculating Liquid Chillers

Wakefield-Vette's high performance HPLC series compact liquid chiller has both air cooled and water-cooled options available. Learn More

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Recirculating Chiller Overview Basics and Design Guide Publish Date: 2019-04-16

This presentation will outline the ways these recirculating chillers work and how to understand their performance for a given particular application.

Duration: 5 minutes
Thermoelectric Device and Assemblies Overview Publish Date: 2019-04-15

An introduction to Wakefield-Vette's thermoelecric devices and the differences between the various types.

Duration: 5 minutes
Utilizing Vapor Chambers, A Practical Guide to Design Publish Date: 2017-12-26

An introduction on utilizing and designing with Wakefield-Vette vapor chambers, as well as a comparison of vapor chambers to heat pipes

Duration: 5 minutes
Heat Pipe Overview Publish Date: 2017-06-08

This presentation will discuss the what is a heat pipe, the types of heat pipes, and heat pipe assemblies.

Duration: 5 minutes

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Liquid Cooling, Practical Guidelines to Design and Manufacture with Q&A- Thermal Live 2015

Overview: Industry trends continue to produce smaller footprints with higher power densities. In some cases, Liquid Cooling is the answer for cooling your application.

SCR Heat Sink Clamp Assembly Procedure Wakefield-Vette

Wakefield-Vette compression pack heat sink and clamp systems provide customers with the complete system solution for proper installation and heat dissipation for high-power compression pack semiconductors.

Wakefield Solutions Fabrication Press

In this video you can see an example of a 110 ton press used to punch wholes in a 3/4 inch base heat sink. This technique allows a cost effective solutions for its customer.

Heat Pipe Overview: Wakefield-Vette

Fluid Phase Change applications, often referred to as “re-circulating,” use closed loop heat pipes to transfer heat quickly through evaporation and condensation within the heat pipe.

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