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Aavid Thermalloy  Profile

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Aavid Thermalloy  Company Overview

Aavid Thermalloy, LLC, a subsidiary of Aavid Thermal Technologies, Inc., is the world's leading provider of thermal management solutions. Founded in 1964 as Aavid Engineering, Aavid quickly established a reputation for excellence and in 1999 acquired Thermalloy, Inc.

Today Aavid Thermalloy is the oldest and largest business devoted exclusively to thermal management of electronic systems,including Aavid Thermalloy Heat Sinks. Aavid Thermalloy thermal management solutions fall into 4 major categories: Natural Convection, Forced Convection, Fluid Phase Change and Liquid Cooled.

Aavid Thermalloy  Products

The types of products manufactured by Aavid Thermalloy include Stamped Heat Sinks, Extruded Heat Sinks, High Fin Density Heat Sinks, Fan Heat Sinks, Liquid Cold Plate Heat Sinks, and Micro Channel Cold Plates.

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