ElectroSafe coolant is a high-performance blend of white mineral oil used to cool data center servers.
In a data center cooling environment, ElectroSafe may be much closer to target server temperature than air. For example, maintaining a coolant temperature of 38ºC is much less energy-intensive than cooling air to 25ºC, a process that typically first requires cooling water to 7ºC.ElectroSafe Fact Sheet
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View the flow of ElectroSafe coolant through a CarnotJet rack in this video
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