FUCHS launches immersion fluids for data center industry
FUCHS Lubricants Co. announced the launch of RENOLIN Fluids for Electronic Component Cooling, a line of synthetic hydrocarbon single-phase immersion fluids for the data center industry.
RENOLIN FECC can be used to cool components found in servers, power supplies, and other data center equipment. These dielectric coolants are low-viscosity, insulative fluids that transfer heat efficiently without conducting electricity, making them safe and effective solutions.
“We are excited to apply our thermal management fluid expertise, global production and support services to help reduce the CO2 and environmental impact of the data center industry while supporting its tremendous growth,” says Paul Lindsay, vice president of Industrial Sales at FUCHS Lubricants Co.
RENOLIN FECC coolants were designed with optimal heat conductivity, high flash point, negligible water content, strong dielectric properties, low odor and long-term stability. These benefits help data centers increase computing density while reducing energy and water usage, lowering CO2 emissions and cutting operational costs. RENOLIN FECC has already demonstrated proven success in data center segments like cryptocurrency mining where it has safely and efficiently transferred computer processor heat.
FUCHS develops, produces and markets high-grade lubricants and related specialties for virtually all industries and areas of application. The company, which was founded in Mannheim, Germany, in 1931, employs around 6,000 people worldwide at 58 operating companies.
FUCHS is the world's largest independent lubricant manufacturer capable of supporting global deployments of single-phase immersion systems.