Temperature Control Technologies

Control Heat Flow, Dissipate Heat Safely, and Protect Systems

Temperature control in the form of thermal management, heat control, shielding and insulation are critical to reliable and effective product design. Manufacturers consistently push the performance of electronics and high energy devices, which all need some level of heat transfer or insulation for safe, long term operation.

Heat Spreading

Learn more about how these heat spreading technologies work.

Heat Transport, Convection, & Dissipation

Learn more about passive air cooling, active air cooling, passive liquid cooling, active liquid cooling, and radiation.

Refrigeration & System Control

Learn more about how sub-ambient cooling works, how to build complex liquid loops, system control options, and other methods Boyd uses for refrigeration systems.

Heat Shielding & Insulation

Read more about the different materials and techniques Boyd uses to prevent heat transfer in order to protect systems from excessive heat exposure.

Innovating New Solutions for Effective Heat Transfer

Boyd Corporation has decades of experience resolving and innovating new solutions for effective heat transfer or shielding for a broad range of industries and applications. As we’ve grown our technologies, we’re able to help you select the right thermal management solution whether you need to conduct, convect, radiate, insulate, shield or integrate multiple methods of temperature control for advanced applications that require sophisticated and multi-faceted solutions.

In this section, learn more about different methods of temperature control and how Boyd implements these different technologies and techniques to manage the heat in our customer’s systems.

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Manage Heat in a Variety of Ways

Our technologies enable us to manage heat in a variety of ways to help meet a broad range of application requirements. The tools in our thermal toolbox enable us to:

  • Spread heat across a surface to mitigate high heat densities
  • Transport and convect heat in order to dissipate heat safely and effectively
  • Refrigerate systems for ambient and sub ambient cooling with tight temperature control
  • Insulate and shield heat to protect sensitive components from excessive heat, or trap heat in to maintain adequate temperatures for performance.

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