Processors (microprocessors) generate waste heat during operation. This results in overheating of the unit, which can cause malfunction even to the point of destruction of components. A cooling system is, then, mandatory to guarantee the rapid dissipation of the waste heat. Small dissipation areas and high temperatures demand optimized and highly efficient solutions. As water is 10 times more efficient than air, we provide support to our customers to build complete systems for water cooling for High Performance Computers, Data centers, microelectronics and telecommunication applications.
Our knowledge in the use of quick connect couplings in the area of solar and wind energy allows the development of bespoke solutions for everything to do with the subject of efficient cooling circuits. For example, intelligent solutions are vital because of the constantly improving performance of the new generation of energy production plants based on high-performance cooling circuits with liquid. Here, our systems are optimally geared to the parameters of pressure, flow and temperature. As the systems are often used in salty sea air, corrosion-resistant materials are essential.
Rapidly increasing flows of goods and further increases in mobility demand extremely reliable and efficient vehicle concepts. Here, the cooling of diesel-powered and electrically driven rail vehicles is highly important, and we provide light weight couplings and connection products adapted to this application. More recently the environmental care drives more and more to the usage of electrical vehicles and ships and our products are part of the systems built for the liquid cooling of the batteries.
From the individual machine to production lines and high-performance lasers, cooling is present in different industries. Quick connect couplings are used in liquid cooling systems both for cooling tools in the production process and for the machine itself. Therefore, Parker provides solutions for liquid cooling and tempering for all types of industries, as Semiconductors, Laser projectors, plastic industry, electronics (inverters, converters), etc.