Enertron Inc. was established in 1990 in Taipei, Taiwan. Since its establishment, Enertron has pioneered the thermal technology for a wide variety of thermal management applications. For example, in 1992 Enertron was the first company to use a heat pipe to cool a notebook PC. Then in 1993, Enertron engineered and manufactured the heat pipe integrated thermal solution for the first Pentium™ based notebook PC.
In 1995, Enertron opened its second location in Mesa, Arizona. This location serves as the thermal design and research center serving Enertron’s U.S. and European customers.
Since then, Enertron has continued to grow. In 2001, the thermal manufacturing and design facility in Taipei moved to a new, larger location allowing more space for our growing thermal manufacturing demand.
In May of 2013, Enertron opened new headquarters in Gilbert, Arizona. The custom designed facility has warehouse space, executive offices and a thermal management technical center that includes a state-of-the-art thermal laboratory for testing and analysis.
From our inception to the present day, Enertron has focused on providing its customers with professional and timely services. Our goal is to become a leader in the design and manufacturing of total thermal management systems for the microelectronics industry.
Enertron Inc. is committed to its community. We actively provide assistance to academia, both through our published research and our support of higher education. Also, in the summer of 2000, Enertron sponsored an expedition to K2, the second highest mountain in the world. Unfortunately, due to severe weather, no expeditions were able to reach the summit that year, but plans for a new expedition are in the making.