Nov 13, 2019 - 02:05 AM
Finally mineral oils flammability is a serious fire hazard that building owners, insurers, zoning and permitting boards are well aware of. Possessing more than 50 gals or 200L of mineral oil in a single location often requires fire and hazardous materials permits. This fire hazard combined with mineral oil's poor bio-degradation can potentially lead to the operator being responsible for significant building, construction, containment, and hazard costs eliminate any of the initial savings. Planning to use mineral oil without getting the proper use permits will eventually lead to legal liability claims and potentially toxic waste dumping claims. All of Engineered Fluids' Single-phase Dielectric Coolants are biodegradable, non-toxic, non-corrosive, sulfur free, and have better heat transfer characteristics than mineral oil. All of our Dielectric Coolants are synthetic chemicals composed of up to sixy different elements. Our products are created in specialized high temperature, high pressure reactors in a process specifically developed to create high purity engineered compounds. Our Dielectric Coolants are designed specifically for use in Single-phase, Liquid Immersion Cooling systems for electronics have the extreme heat transfer efficiency and wide material compatibility profile for use with all electronic systems, batteries, and electric motors. While mineral oil may appear to be a cheaper alternative from an initial purchase perspective, the risks far out way the savings when compared to Engineered Fluids' Dielectric Coolants.
Feb 27, 2023 - 02:39 PM
Import/export: Check with your local authorities, but in most instances the answer is "none required". We can ship directly without any import permits or registration
Environmental Permits: None required
Engineered Fluids' products are not hazardous or toxic. They are not classified as "flammable" in the USA (they're classified as "Combustible, Class IIIb, which is the lowest hazard classification)