Embedded heat pipe designs give you enhanced performance for existing heat sinks by up to 50% with minimal design changes.
Vapor chamber heat sinks alleviate spreading resistance and accept higher heat fluxes than traditional solid heat sinks when used as the base of a heat sink.
Heat pipe tower technology uses a wick structure and vertical cooling fins to give you maximum heat dissipation with minimum footprint.
Loop heat pipes have no wick structure in the liquid and vapor lines. They're ideal for applications where the distance from heat source to condenser makes conventional heat pipes impractical, or application has high gravitation forces or shock and vibration isolation requirements.
Axially grooved heat pipes are low temperature heat pipes using fluids such as ammonia and propylene used for spreading heat over extended distances for applications such as satellite thermal control.
Isothermal Furnace Liners (IFLs), are high temperature heat pipes used for creating uniform or isothermal temperatures for applications such as Thermocouple Calibration and Semiconductor Crystal Growth.