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July 2016

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Feature Article

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Common Coolant Types and their uses in Liquid Cooling Systems

Rich Roser, Manager
Laird Engineered Thermal Systems

 

Using liquids for heat transfer is an important cooling method in many industries. Selection of the best heat transfer fluid for a cooling system involves consideration of performance, compatibility, and maintenance factors. Water has excellent heat transfer properties, making it somewhat of a standard for comparison to other coolant fluids.

 

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Sponsored Announcement
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Advancements in Thermal Management Online Registration Closes July 27th

The final program has been announced for the 2016 Advancements in Thermal Management Conference. The program will feature speakers from industry leaders such as IBM Research and the IBM Advanced Thermal Lab, University of California - Riverside, Outlast Technologies/CoorTek, FLIR, and many more. View the preliminary program.

 

Thermal 2016 will boast the largest program in the event's history with more sessions and several pre-conference workshops, making it the most comprehensive thermal educational conference experience in the industry. Sign up today.

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New Products

Panasonic Commercializes “Thermoelectric Cooling Roller” Equipped with Thermoelectric Devices

Panasonic Corp. has developed Thermoelectric Cooling Roller equipped with thermoelectric devices. Without using any water, the industry first*1 thermoelectric cooling roller does not need arranged pipes to circulate water, making cooling system itself compact. - Read More

 

Sensaphone Airflow Sensor Monitors Cool Air Movement in Data Centers

Air conditioning alone isn’t enough to keep data centers from overheating. Airflow management is critical to make sure cool air is going to the server intakes and hot air coming from servers is properly exhausted. - Read More

 

Ametek Land Offers UKAS Certification on Cyclops C100L Non-Contact Thermometer

AMETEK Land has announced that buyers of its Cyclops C100L will receive a designated three point UKAS certification to ISO / IEC 17025:2005 as standard. The Cyclops C100L portable non-contact thermometer provides UKAS certification against three temperature points as specified by AMETEK Land, which are 650 °C, 1,200 °C and 1,450 °C (1,202°F, 2,192°F and 2,642°F). - Read More

Industry News

Morgan Partners with Penn State as Part of Carbon Science Center of Excellence

Morgan Advanced Materials has unveiled plans to establish a cutting-edge Carbon Science Center of Excellence at Pennsylvania State University, USA, aimed at driving global developments in the field of carbon research. During an announcement made at the Carbon 2016 conference held at Penn State, Mike Murray, chief technology officer at Morgan Advanced Materials, revealed that the Center of Excellence would be located in Innovation Park at Penn State. - Read More

 

Vortec White Paper Details Need for Enclosure Coolers

A four page, full color White Paper by Vortec details the need for cooling sensitive electronics and explores the options to do so.  This informative paper details convection, forced air (fan) and vortex tube technology used in both ordinary and hazardous locations. - Read More

 

ATB Moves Headquarters to Maryland

Advanced Thermal Batteries, Inc. (ATB), the US division of ASB Group has outgrown its Cockeysville, MD location and has moved its entire operation into a new larger manufacturing facility in Westminster, MD.  A Grand Opening ceremony and ribbon cutting was held June 21st, 2016 with the Maryland Secretary of Commerce, Mike Gill, giving the keynote address. - Read More

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Event Listings

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Battery Power 2016Battery Power 2016
August 3-4
Denver, Colo.

 

Battery Power 2016 is has released its Final Program. The conference highlights the latest developments impacting mobile, stationary and EV battery systems including smart phones, tablets, medical devices, critical power systems, telecom and automotive applications. Speaking slots are still available. Click here for additional information.

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