Liquid Coolants for Data Centres and Electronics

Our liquid coolants ensures optimal performance and maximum efficiency, precisely where it is needed most, enabling the components to operate at higher speeds without the risk of overheating. Thanks to the enhanced energy efficiency, better Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) is achieved. Its advanced features offer long-lasting corrosion protection and cooling capabilities that promote longer equipment lifespan and reduced downtime.

Our coolant range can be used with confidence for direct-to-chip or cold-plate liquid cooling applications. The coolant is ideal for environments like data centres or batteries for energy storage, where traditional air cooling is often inadequate.

Effective cooling is an essential aspect to consider when it comes to computing systems and electronic applications. Because of the progress and evolution in computing components, their increased power output results in higher heat generation, leading to diminished performance and even hardware malfunctions. To tackle these challenges, our innovative cooling range of heat transfer fluids designed for electronics and data centre cooling.

Electronic applications require massive amounts of power, and our liquid coolant can help ensure that this power is delivered efficiently and reliably. Hence, whether these are server applications, high density computing or AI applications, edge computing or other power electronics within automotive, and industrial environment, liquid coolants could be a great fit.

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