Niagara Thermal is a global leader in designing, developing and manufacturing heat transfer fin. These heat transfer surfaces are typically used in heat exchangers, heat sinks, cold plates, fuel cell stacks and various other applications. Primary markets includes aerospace, defense, electronics and telecommunications, fuel cell and power generation, marine, industrial, medical, optical and more.
Heat Transfer Fin Design
Our knowledge and experience as a heat exchanger designer and manufacturer gives us a unique ability to work with you in creating heat transfer surfaces designed to achieve your performance requirements. We customize every product for your application, supplying a design that becomes your unique solution. Further, our project management team-based approach provides quick and highly responsive design communication and interface.
The ability to vary the material, configuration, thickness and density of heat transfer fin is critically important to optimizing the design and performance of heat transfer equipment. Flexibility in materials and approach allow us to provide an effective heat transfer solution for all applications. Metals typically used include Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Copper, Cupro Nickel, Titanium, Inconel and other nickel alloys.
We offer over 3,000 different fin configurations for brazing or bonding, including:
Heat Transfer Fin Manufacturing
We employ manufacturing methods that embrace precision, which translate into high performance. Our production and quality processes ensure optimal tolerance control. Our manufacturing efficiency offers the flexibility to produce large or small orders at an affordable price. We have a wide range of reciprocating die presses as well as high-speed roll-form presses in-house, giving us the ability to produce the broadest range of fin designs. Further, we have thousands of fin formation tool sets, enabling us to produce many transfer fin designs with minimal to no added tooling cost. Supplemental manufacturing capabilities include EDM, Coatings, Bonding and Brazing.