In early 2013 JHC started working closely with CSIRO on a thermal transfer concept to remove heat load from the PAF component of the ASKAP telescope design. With the expertise of our passive thermal transfer solutions partner in Thermacore Europe, a complex heatpipe derived solution evolved to meet CSIRO’s cooling specification. This resulted in an enormous reduction in long term running costs for ASKAP. The last of 36 complete systems was supplied by JHC in mid-2016
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