US Patent No. 10,219,408

WATER-COOLING RADIATOR STRUCTURE


Patent No. 10,219,408
Issue Date February 26, 2019
Title Water-cooling Radiator Structure
Inventorship Jung-Yi Chiu, New Taipei (TW)
Fu-Kuei Chang, New Taipei (TW)
Assignee ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO., LTD., New Taipei (TW)

Claim of US Patent No. 10,219,408

10. A water-cooling radiator structure, comprising a first sealing element, a second sealing element, and a plurality of first radiator elements; the first radiator elements being stacked to form a first water-cooling radiator main body; each of the first radiator elements having a first communicating opening, a second communicating opening, and a plurality of first slots fluidly communicable with the first and second communicating openings; the plurality of first slots as well as the first and second communicating openings penetrating the first radiator elements in an entire thickness direction thereof; the first and second communication openings being horizontally provided at two opposite sides of the plurality of first slots respectively and fluidly communicable with the plurality of first slots; the first slots of the stacked first radiator elements together defining a plurality of first flow passages on the first water-cooling radiator main body, and the first and the second communicating openings of the stacked first radiator elements defining a first reservoir and a second reservoir, respectively, on the first water-cooling radiator main body; the first and second reservoirs being provided at the two opposite sides of the first flow passages respectively and fluidly communicable with the first flow passages; the first and the second sealing elements each having one side connected to an upper and a lower side of the first water-cooling radiator main body, respectively, to seal tops and bottoms, respectively, of the first flow passages, the first reservoir and the second reservoir; the first reservoir being fluidly communicable with the second reservoir via the first flow passages; a first coupling section protruded and formed on the first sealing element on one side of the first water-cooling radiator main body located adjacent to the first reservoir, and a second coupling section protruded and formed on the first sealing element on another side of the first water-cooling radiator main body located adjacent to the second reservoir; and the first and the second coupling sections being fluidly communicable with the first and the second reservoirs, respectively.