A negative pressure pump and modified heat sinks provide a leak-free system
The Cool-Flo pistonless pump operates under negative pressure so if a leak occurs, or if a tube is severed air will flow into the system, instead of coolant leaking out.
Retains air cooling
Cool-Flo enabled servers retain the ability to air cool by using traditional finned heat sinks that are modified for Cool-Flo liquid cooling.
Cool-Flo operates under negative pressure so if a leak occurs or if a tube is severed air will flow into the system, instead of coolant leaking out.
Automatic server coolant evacuation
The Cool-Flo No-Drip Hot Swap Connector automatically evacuates coolant from a server when it is disconnected from the system.
Automatic system coolant evacuation
Should a power loss or controlled shut down occur the pump system will immediately and automatically drain all the racks of coolant.
N+1 CDU redundancy
Each installation is divided into a number of sets of racks. If the flow to the set of racks is too low, or the coolant temperature from the racks is too high, a fail over valve will switch the set of racks from a main CDU to a backup CDU. The servers will continue to operate without interruption.
Servers can be outfitted with liquid cooling capability and still operate with standard air cooling.