The Engine of the Internet
All of our online activity, including email, social media and conducting business, is delivered through data centres, the fastest-growing sector in terms of energy consumption. And this is increasing. As of July 2015, more than 400 hours of video were uploaded to YouTube every minute. Not to mention the ‘internet of things’ evolution. At CEJN we believe liquid cooling is the future and is vital to keep servers running and costs and CO2 emissions down. It is around 25 times more efficient than air cooling in removing heat, and the fear of leakage is no longer a valid reason for looking at other options. Invest in liquid cooling.
Dell uses non-drip couplers to cool servers
Dell ‘Triton’ technology uses non-drip couplers to cool servers...
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...
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...