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Immersion Cooling Liquid

Unlocking Unrivalled Performance, Energy Efficiency, Compact Designs, and Adaptability

Immersion Cooling Liquid

Immersion cooling is an IT cooling practice by which complete servers are immersed in a dielectric, electrically non-conductive fluid that has significantly higher thermal conductivity than air. Heat is removed from the system by circulating liquid in direct contact with hot components, then through water-cooled heat exchangers.

Immersion cooling is particularly effective in managing the heat generated by high-performance processors and GPUs, allowing for better thermal management in densely packed computing systems. Moreover, the ability of the liquid to capture all the IT energy combined with warm water cooling enables solutions ready for heat reuse

Benefits

ENHANCED POWER USAGE EFFECTIVENESS (PUE)

Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) serves as a crucial Key Performance Indicator (KPI) for data centers. The calculation is straightforward: total energy consumption of the facility divided by the energy consumed by IT equipment.

 

Traditional air cooling in data centers relies on fans and air circulation to dissipate heat from IT components. In contrast, immersion cooling directly cools hardware using a fluid, enabling more efficient heat transfer. With the average global PUE standing at 1.55, immersion cooling can achieve a PUE below 1.1, making it the most efficient cooling approach in today’s market.

 

SIGNIFICANT COST SAVINGS

Immersion cooling boasts high thermal dissipation and the ability to recover all generated heat. It is also environmentally friendly and clean. By eliminating fans, all energy invested in the server is utilized, adding value to the data and saving over 10% of IT power, while also eliminating a potential point of failure.

 

REDUCED DATA CENTER CAPEX AND OPEX

Air cooling demands substantial energy for continuous air circulation and cooling, not to mention the operation of compressors in refrigeration air chillers within the data center. Immersion cooling significantly reduces energy consumption by utilizing the high heat capacity of the cooling liquid, leading to substantial energy savings.

 

ENABLES HIGH DENSITY COMPUTING

Compared to traditional air-cooling methods, immersion cooling allows for significantly higher computing density. The dielectric liquid can dissipate heat more efficiently than air, allowing tanks to be packed more closely together than racks in a smaller space, thereby increasing the amount of compute housed in that area.

 

IMPROVED RELIABILITY

Immersing servers reduces the risk of overheating, thermal stress, and oxidation on server components by displacing air from the server components. This results in fewer hardware failures and longer equipment lifetimes. The Asperitas natural convection system is specifically designed to perform exceptionally well in high operating temperatures and high utilization, while being self-managed. To ensure redundancy, continuous cooling, and maintainability, all processes can occur concurrently, alongside autonomous safety and comprehensive monitoring.

Applications

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Data Centers

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Semi Conducter Manufacturing

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Aerospace & Defense  

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Power Electronics

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Automotive Electrification

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Pharmaceuticals & Chemical Processing

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