CoolIT products are equipped to support any server, rack configuration and data center environment to enable server technology to perform at its peak. With CoolIT’s modular approach, customers work directly with CoolIT’s engineering experts to select components specific to their needs. It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3.
CoolIT Systems CPU Coldplate are purpose-designed to accommodate lower profile footprints, such as 1U blades and other custom chassis. These passive coldplates do not contain any high failure rate components such as internal pumps. Instead, coolant circulation is provided by a rack or row based Coolant Distribution Unit (CDU).
Low pressure CHx and AHx Coolant Distribution Units (CDU) are built to meet the increasing demands of today’s data centers. Reliability, performance and intelligence are the core of CoolIT CDUs.
CoolIT CDUs meets today’s most demanding HPC requirements. Capable of managing a wide range of heat loads in a remarkably dense packages, these systems provide enough cooling for any deployment. As a result, users can expect a significant reduction in data center OPEX when using Direct Liquid Cooling.
CoolIT Systems’ Rack Manifolds are made of reliable stainless steel, rendering them incredibly robust. Combined with dry-break, dripless Quick Disconnects from Staubli, these manifolds are safe and effective building blocks when paired with Rack DLC Passive Coldplate Loops.
Rack Manifolds are organized for a manual connection at the front or back of the rack. Manifolds are flexible and can be arranged vertically or horizontally within a rack .
CoolIT Rear Door Heat Exchangers (RDHx) provide additional cooling capability to direct liquid cooling solutions when 100% heat capture and neutralization is required. RDHx attach directly to the rack and use the same liquid loop as the CDU, rack manifold and cold plate loops to provide a seamless customer solution.
Secondary fluid networks (SFN) are custom designed, partially pre-assembled and installed to meet the needs of the data center. Reliable fusing techniques are used on-site for rapid deployments with cleaning and pressure testing as part of the process.