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DSI Ventures, Inc., a developer of biodegradable lubricants and electrical insulating products, has announced the expansion of its OptiCool line of dielectric heat transfer fluids.
Introduced in 2001, OptiCool fluids are made from synthetic paraffin hydrocarbons, and are used to cool and insulate computer services, high-torque DC motors, power electronics and avionics.
“We now offer five OptiCool fluids, each optimized for a specialized application or set of requirements,” David Sundin, PhD, technical spokesperson for DSI, said. “This will allow DSI to focus on specialized electronics cooling needs by direct immersion, automotive applications, and the requirements of military and aerospace customers.”
Tags: Aerospace, Computer, Defense, Liquid Cooling