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Rittal’s industrial liquid cooling package

08 January 2013

Rittal has announced its new Industrial Liquid Cooling Package (LCP) is now available. Essentially, a large air/water heat exchanger that has a chassis formed from the TS 8 frame, the Industrial LCP may be bayed directly adjacent to enclosures and used to cool installed equipment that dissipates a large amount of heat.

A technology that has its origins in high density server rack cooling in the IT sector, this product has been revised so that it is ideally suited to industrial applications. Rittal’s Industrial LCP has a compact footprint, having a width of only 300mm, yet still packs quite a punch, providing an impressive cooling output of 10kW.

Utilising water as the cooling medium has the advantage that heat may be transported away from its source using a simple pipework system. This results in the removal of heat dissipated by equipment housed in an enclosure without raising the temperature of the surrounding air.

Rittal’s TopTherm chiller is the perfect partner for the new Industrial LCP, which may be used to supply chilled water to the LCP and also has a chassis manufactured from the TS 8 frame. Hence, both units may be bayed directly to the enclosures that require cooling, resulting in a fully integrated, packaged solution.

For those applications that demand a level of cooling in excess of that provided by conventional cooling units or air/water heat exchangers, the Industrial LCP comes as a welcome addition to the already vast range of Rittal climate control solutions.


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