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Anglia introduces competitive range of industry compatible heatsinks from Calinar

 

Anglia has expanded its portfolio of heatsinks by introducing a range of industry standard types from manufacturer Calinar. This new line up of heatsinks is designed to offer high quality and excellent thermal performance yet meet today's market demand for competitively priced products.

Manufactured from high grade aluminium they have a black anodised finish throughout whilst efficient production techniques enable costs to be reduced and bring subsequent savings to the end user.

A wide selection of both extruded and stamped heatsinks are available to suit a variety of semiconductor packages such as the popular TO220 and TO247. The products include a range of clip mounting types for faster assembly times as well as the more traditional bolt fixing versions.

In addition to the industry standard heatsinks mentioned above, Calinar can also offer custom heatsink design to customer's specific requirements. Please contact Anglia's sales desk for more details of this service.

For more information on the full range of Calinar heatsinks available from Anglia please call +44 (0)1945 474747 or email info@anglia.com

Alternatively, click on this link to go to the main Calinar section where you can view other news articles and product data.

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This news article was published in May 2005.

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