The shovel tooth radiator is a new type of heat dissipation device, named after its unique design. Its main feature is that there are many comb shaped metal cutting blades distributed on its surface, which, like shovels, can effectively cut open air and suck it in. When air is sucked in, it will come into contact with the surface of the radiator, resulting in heat exchange. Heat will be transferred to the air, allowing the radiator to cool down better.
The structure of the shovel tooth radiator is formed by a series of cutting pieces, all of which have the same direction and exhibit a certain angle of inclination. This tilt angle will create a small vortex effect, bringing air inside the radiator. Compared with traditional plate type radiators, the cutting blades of the shovel tooth radiator are more compact, and a larger surface area can increase the contact area with air, thereby improving the heat dissipation effect.
The shovel tooth radiator effectively utilizes the natural flow of air and can greatly improve its heat dissipation efficiency. This is because the air channels have been predefined, making it easier for air to pass through the cutting blades, allowing air to pass through the radiator more quickly. In addition, this type of radiator also has the characteristic of low noise, as compared to plate type radiators, there is not too much airflow noise when air passes through.
Compared with traditional heat dissipation equipment, shovel tooth radiators have many advantages, such as high air flow, high heat dissipation efficiency, low noise, sturdy structure, and easy maintenance. In fields such as computers, air conditioners, vehicles, ships, and industry, toothed radiators have been widely used and have become representatives of new heat dissipation technologies.
In summary, the shovel tooth radiator is a new type of heat dissipation equipment, which is mainly characterized by comb shaped cutting blades that can guide air into the radiator through predetermined channels. This type of radiator is usually more effective than traditional radiators, and has significant advantages in reducing noise and structural strength. The shovel tooth radiator has been widely used in industries such as electronics, automobiles, and ships, and has become a very promising heat dissipation device.