Aluminium fin is the main component of the heat exchanger of an air conditioner. In the process of heat exchange, moisture in the air is condensed on the surface of the Aluminium fin to form water droplets, which block the flow of air between two fins.

This reduces the heat exchange capacity and efficiency of the heat exchanger. Aluminum fins with good thermal conductivity are used in heat exchangers for room/parcel air conditioners and large refrigerators. There are many companies available in Australia that also provide high-quality aluminium baffles.

The hydrophilic pre-coated fins prevent the formation of droplets on the fin surface and thus allow for better heat transfer and higher efficiency.

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Pre-coated perforators have clear advantages over conventional (bare) perforators due to their hydrophilic or water-releasing properties and excellent corrosion resistance. These properties help to produce a more compact and quieter air conditioning system along with increased cooling efficiency and capacity.


(1) Hydrophilicity

Hydrophilicity describes the water space on the surface of the fin. By making the fin material hydrophilic, water spray from the heat exchanger is prevented.

(2) Corrosion Resistance

Aluminum sheet is protected against corrosion by a corrosion resistant coating.

(3) Press Formability

The formation of the press increases with a layer of fat in the coating.

(4) Evaluating / Analyzing Equipment

The companies have the equipment to evaluate and analyze fin stocks (eg fin presses, test modeling tools and GCMS) to simulate the production processes and operational environment of our customers' products and to develop new products.