Mott and Conflux partner for novel thermal solutions in North America

January 5, 2023

Mott Corporation uses Additive Manufacturing to produce a range of porous metal components (Courtesy Mott Corporation)
Mott Corporation uses Additive Manufacturing to produce a range of porous metal components (Courtesy Mott Corporation)

Mott Corporation, a precision filtration company headquartered in Farmington, Connecticut, USA, and Additive Manufacturing heat exchanger specialist Conflux Technology, based in Waurn Ponds, Victoria, Australia, have announced a partnership that will bring Conflux’s AM thermal solutions to North American markets.

Mott Corporation brings over sixty years of experience delivering high-precision technical solutions to a vast customer base of leading companies in the aerospace and defense, semiconductor, energy and healthcare industries. Through Additive Manufacturing, the company has pioneered producing porous metal components with integrated hardware – reportedly a game changing capability that improves performance in a fraction of the design envelope.

“Working with Conflux expands our ability to solve our customers’ toughest thermal challenges in one integrated solution,” stated Sean Kane, VP – Business Development & Strategy at Mott.

Conflux’s additively manufactured heat exchangers are said to improve thermal management of critical components across a multitude of industries, including aerospace, automotive, motorsports, micro-electronics, industrial and energy.

“With complementary technologies plus a mutual commitment to excellence, we’re excited to cooperate with Mott on delivering our industry leading thermal management solutions to customers across North America,” concluded Dan Woodford, Chief Product Officer at Conflux Technology.

Mott Corporation uses Additive Manufacturing to produce a range of porous metal components (Courtesy Mott Corporation)

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