Mar 11, 2022 - 02:16 PM
Condensation cannot occur in our mining tanks. First of all, the moisture level of our dielectric coolants is <20 ppm; there's no moisture to condense. Second, the tanks are open, so if there were moisture in them, it would vaporize into the atmosphere. Engineered Fluids is the world's largest supplier of dielectric coolants for immersion cooling. We supply the biggest miners in the world. We've never had a single instance of moisture condensation.
By the way, corrosion cannot occur in a nonpolar dielectric fluid, either. Corrosion requires ion transfer, which is impossible in a nonionic fluid.