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High requirements on liquid cooling components when demands for engineered cooling liquids are increasing

Along with the fast-moving development within electronic applications, more complex and advanced liquid cooling system solutions are now being required. In addition to traditional water and glycol liquids, new, associated fluids are taken into the market, putting higher demands on quality components. Quick connect couplings are such a component, now being internally tested at CEJN to fit different media and applications. 

Guides Thermal Control Data Centers Power Electronics

High requirements on liquid cooling components when demands for engineered cooling liquids are increasing

5G modules with quick couplings reduce stress on power grids and optimize field operations

Technologies within data centers are continuously developing. With the entry of industry 4.0 (digitalization of industry) and 5G, there's a greater demand for machine learning and AI (artificial...

Customer Stories Data Centers Thermal Control

5G modules with quick couplings reduce stress on power grids and optimize field operations

Dell ‘Triton’ technology uses non-drip couplers to cool servers

Dell ‘Triton’ technology uses non-drip couplers to cool servers

Customer Stories Data Centers Thermal Control

Dell ‘Triton’ technology uses non-drip couplers to cool servers

Blind-mate coupling secures cooling of transmitter

We all watch TV, it’s part of our daily life. To get the image to the TV screen the information passes through several stages, the transmitter being one of these. The transmitter then broadcasts an...

Data Centers Digital Transmitters Thermal Control

Blind-mate coupling secures cooling of transmitter

Data server producer use modular no-spill coupling for cooling

Thermal management needs safe, easy and reliable quick connect couplings with high flow for an effective cooling process. The newly developed Non-Drip brass Series 767 High-Flow is an affordable non-...

Data Centers Thermal Control

Data server producer use modular no-spill coupling for cooling