Fractal Heatsink Technologies Awarded a U.S. Patent Directed to Fractal Heatsink Transfer Device

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Fractal Heatsink Technologies LLC is making U.S. Patent No. 9,228,785 for a Fractal Heat Transfer Device available for licensing to companies looking to develop a new generation of heat exchange devices based on fractal design.

Fractal geometry is the most efficient design for a heatsink

Fractal Heatsink Technologies LLC, an R&D company focusing on developing innovative fractal heatsink technologies, was recently awarded U.S. Patent No. 9,228,785 - Fractal Heat Transfer Device (the “’785 Patent”).

The ’785 Patent broadly covers a heat exchange device with fractal geometry. Fractal geometry improves heat transfer efficiency and allows for reduced noise levels, space and materials to construct a heatsink.

As recent advances in 3D printing technology allow for practical mass production of heatsinks with various fractal geometries, the patented technology is highly relevant to a new generation of electronic devices, cooling, hyper efficient heating, energy generation devices, etc.

“Fractal geometry is the most efficient design for a heatsink,” said Dr. Alexander Poltorak, the inventor and CEO of Fractal Heatsink Technologies LLC. “I am delighted to have been awarded the first patent on a fractal heat exchanger.”

The ’785 Patent is available for licensing to companies looking to develop a new generation of heat exchange devices based on fractal design. For licensing terms contact Kathlene Ingham at 845-738-4111 or KIngham(at)FractalHeatsink(dot)com.

About Fractal Heatsink Technologies LLC

Fractal Heatsink Technologies LLC, an R&D company focusing on developing novel technologies for heatsinks based on fractal design, is located in Suffern, N.Y. Fractal Heatsink Technologies was formed for the purpose of making its technology accessible for commercial applications via licensing of its patents.

For further information, visit http://www.FractalHeatsink.com.

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