Fluorocarbon solvent is a colorless, transparent, low-viscosity, non-flammable, volatile, and highly safe liquid. It has good chemical inertness and will not cause any corrosion when it comes in contact with electronic components. It has good volatility and no residue after use. No cleaning is required. It is widely used as an electronic test fluid because it does not require specific cleaning steps after use. Due to the good thermal conductivity of Fluorocarbon solvent, it is also used as a stable coolant. Compared with air cooling technology, the efficiency of liquid cooling technology is much higher: the specific heat capacity of the liquid is large, and it can maintain a relatively constant temperature during the heat exchange process; at the same time, the liquid can directly take away the heat of the it equipment, and the heat dissipation efficiency is high. Allow CPU, GPU chips or accessories to work on frequency, which can improve the integration or density of the entire IT equipment.
The most important thing is: Fluorocarbon solvent cooling can reduce energy consumption, reduce costs, and is environmentally friendly, which can reduce noise. The key to liquid cooling is the coolant, which must absorb heat quickly during the vaporization and liquefaction process, have high heat transfer efficiency, and must be non-corrosive.
Fluorocarbon solvent, originally used as a circuit board cleaning fluid, has been used for liquid cooling in data centers due to its insulation and non-combustibility. Fluorocarbon solvent is a highly stable, colorless, transparent, odorless, safe and non-toxic perfluorinated liquid. Fluorocarbon solvent liquid cooling can reduce energy consumption, lower expenditure costs, and is environmentally friendly, which can reduce noise. It is currently the most widely used immersion coolant. It can be seen that Fluorocarbon solvent is the most suitable material for cooling liquids.