Nov 13, 2019 - 11:44 AM
How are Engineered Fluids' fully synthetic Dielectric Coolants Different from Mineral and White Oils?
Engineered Fluids' Single-Phase Dielectric Coolants have higher heat densities than mineral oil and do not react with electrical components, are safer for workers and the environment, and do not pose the flammability hazard of mineral oil. Engineered Fluids' Dielectric Coolants are engineered specifically as full immersion thermal transfer fluids for electronics. They are tested, specified, and guaranteed to meet all of of our published key characteristics, unlike mineral oils. Engineered Fluids' Dielectric Coolants are the industry standard for SLIC (Single-phase Liquid Immersion Cooling).
Because Engineered Fluids' Dielectric Coolants are synthetic and made of food-grade components, they meet the intent of the Edible Oil Act of 1995, this supports current and future environmental regulatory relief. However, spill reporting and remediation may still be required by the authorities having jurisdiction, particularly for large volume spills into surface water.