Cooling House Co., Ltd.has been acquired by MechaTronix, a leading LED heat-sink company headquartered in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. This acquisition will allow Cooling House to expand into new and existing global markets and it opens opportunities for MechaTronixbyexpandingtheir thermal solutions portfolio.
MechaTronix, member of the Eight Lakes Group, was formed in 2007 and is one of the most complete manufacturers of mechanical parts in the Far-East. As manufacturer, MechaTronixspecializes in the fabrication and adaptation of housings, heat sinks, connectors, and assemblies, using various production methods and also has an advanced prototyping program. This enables the company to offer a very high degree of customization to her customers. It was through the expertise in these processes that MechaTronix found its stride as a serious contender in the market of cooling solution for the LED market. Nowadays, MechaTronix is the preferred cooling partner for world leading LED manufacturers and designers by offering heat sinks and cooling solutions for every conceivable LED application.
Scottie Wang, CTO of Cooling House: “MechaTronix will be our front door and our sign board, so we can focus on what we do best – developing cooling solutions which challenge the world. Besides LED cooling, Cooling House will strengthen the new ambitions of MechaTronix to expand their activities towards Air-to-Air coolers for power cabinets and servers and industrial electronics cooling.”
“We look forward to working closely with the highly skilled thermal and mechanical engineers from Cooling House. Soon this knowledge willbe transferred into new state-of-the-art high power LED coolers,” says Koen Vangorp, CEO of MechaTronix.”The first plans are on the table and it looks promising – lighter in weight, higher performance and bigger in capacity will be the key words. What we did with LED coolers for spot lighting, shop lighting and track, we will now repeat in the markets of high-mast, landscape, high bay and street lighting.”