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Ebullient makes precision cooling systems for servers and workstations.

Our cooling systems feature DirectJet Technology™ and 3M® Novec® engineered fluid, which unlike water does not conduct electricity and poses no risk to computer hardware. Watch this short video to learn more about our company and products.

 

 

 

 

Our Products

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DirectJet Precision Cooling Systems

Whether you need to cool a single workstation, an entire data center, or something in between, we offer a cooling system that meets your needs.

for Servers

Increase uptime. Decrease costs.

For data center operators seeking to increase uptime and decrease operating costs, Ebullient® DirectJet™ Precision Cooling Systems reliably cool any server, regardless of make or model, and reduce cooling costs up to 75%.

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for Workstations

Overclock. Under control.

For GPU workstation integrators and enthusiasts who want low processor temperatures without the risk of water, Ebullient® DirectJet™ Pro Cooling Systems maintain low, uniform processor temperatures with an engineered fluid that poses no risk to hardware.

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Advantages

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No water. No worries.

DirectJet™ cooling systems deliver advantages that are unmatched by competing systems.

No Water

DirectJet systems circulate an engineered fluid that, unlike water, poses no risk to computer hardware

Uniform Temps

DirectJet Technology maintains uniform processor temperatures

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Universal

DirectJet Module Loops install in any server and cool any processor, regardless of make or model

Cool Many Devices

Cool up to eight processors with each DirectJet Module Loop

With Ebullient, it's as easy as 1, 2, 3

Select an Ebullient® DirectJet™ Precision Cooling System in three simple steps

Step 1
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Select a DirectJet FDU based on the number of servers you need to cool

Step 2
Step 2

Select a DirectJet Manifold for each server rack

Step 3
Step 3

Select DirectJet Module Loops based on the number of processors per server

 

 

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