We develop high density cooling systems for data processing centers and power electronics; our technology reduces overall system size, weight, energy consumption and operational costs.
This video shows our two-phase cooling modules at work on an Intel Core i7 Ivy Bridge CPU.
Out technology is based on using an environmentally friendly dielectric refrigerant, through impingement jets that deliver the fluid to the surfaces being cooled.
This video shows an early prototype of the jet arrays on a hot transparent surface. A 100 nm thick film of Indium-tin-oxide is deposited on glass. This film was then etched to be 1/2" wide, and crosses from left to right across the screen. As the 70 W of electricity passes through the film, it provides a uniform heat flux to be dissipated using jet impingement.