Blind-Mate No Spill Coupling for Thermal Control

Blind-Mate No Spill Coupling for Thermal Control


DLC is a specially designed liquid cooling product for use in industrial thermal management systems for data centres, power electronics, digital broadcasting/tele- communications equipment, medical equipment and radar equipment.

Fits existing solution
The custom-made blind-mate coupling, DLC with DN5, was designed for a thermal management application that required an optimized product for spill-free connection and disconnection. DLC was designed to fit an existing setup where the seals needed to remain intact during connection and disconnection under pressure and within a temperature range of -40° to +80° Celsius (-40° to 176° Fahrenheit).

Server racks pile CEJNUnique design with NBR seal
With working temperatures as low as -40° Celsius (-40° Fahrenheit), CEJN engineers started to look into new sealing materials and quickly realized that a special low temperature seal possessing the characteristics demanded by the application was needed. Together with the seal vendor we developed a special NBR compound. This seal, combined with a unique product design, protects the sealing elements from damage, a common problem with standard solutions. It is also possible to connect and disconnect at pressures of up to 10 bar. DLC is able to guarantee the customer a completely tight joint.

Spill-free & self-aligning
Engineers gave the product a self-aligning feature, enabling blind connection, and combined it with several thread and panel versions. To guarantee a durable and corrosion-free solution, the product is made from hard-anodized aluminium. With its spill-free design, unique construction and NBR seal, DLC is the ultimate solution for the customer’s liquid cooling application, covering each and every demand with outstanding results.

Available upon request
Other connections or seal materials are available upon request.

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