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Niagara Thermal Products LLC Announces New Asian Vacuum Braze Facility

February 11, 2013

NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y., Feb. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Building upon more than 25 years of product and process engineering expertise in vacuum-brazed and dip-brazed thermal and mechanical products and systems, Niagara Thermal Products, in conjunction with its long-standing Asian manufacturing partner, is excited to announce the opening of a new vacuum brazing operation in Shenzhen, China. This newly established braze facility offers high technology assembly and full metallurgical joining of aluminum heat exchangers, cold plates and heat sinks. Established to meet stringent quality requirements and capable of supporting a broad product mix, this ISO 9001 certified manufacturing operation is focused on supplying thermal products for the electronics cooling, aerospace, energy and automotive markets. The addition of this new Asian braze capability adds to Niagara Thermal Products’ existing vacuum and dip brazing operations located in Niagara Falls, New York and Hudson Massachusetts, enabling the company to deliver custom global thermal solutions meeting industry’s most challenging product needs.

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About Niagara Thermal Products LLC
Headquartered in Niagara Falls, New York, Niagara Thermal Products LLC (Niagara) is a leading integrated designer, manufacturer and seller of highly engineered, custom products and systems for a broad range of thermal applications. Niagara’s products include compact heat exchangers, heat sinks, cold plates, and heat transfer surfaces (fin), as well as simple or complex complete thermal management systems. In conjunction with its wholly-owned subsidiary, Thermshield LLC, located in Gilford, New Hampshire, the company sells its products across a wide range of markets including aerospace, defense, electronics, telecommunications, marine, alternative energy, automotive and industrial. Primary thermal applications include liquid cooling (engine, transmission and hydraulic), air cooling (turbo charging, inter-cooling and after-cooling), electronics cooling, condensing and evaporating.

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