Flowserve to provide pumps for data centre cooling

Working with AGI Industries, Flowserve Corp has secured a contract to supply 5,000 industrial course of pumps to TMGcore Inc, a Texas-based provider of high-performance computing options and a specialist in liquid immersion cooling know-how.
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The Flowserve pumps will be used in patented immersion cooling models designed by TMGcore. The pumps will flow into dielectric fluids, which allow warmth dissipation and cooling of servers within single-phase immersion cooled items.
Unlike traditional knowledge centres, today’s applied sciences like synthetic intelligence, deep studying, the Internet of Things (IoT), and cloud computing require a considerably larger quantity of knowledge to be processed – expanding the need for increased server capacity. As stakeholders look to scale back energy consumption in information centres, there is a rising demand for immersion cooling expertise. Immersion cooling can deal with greater warmth loads in high-density servers at a minimal price, and it is also more vitality environment friendly than conventional air cooling.
“Liquid cooling has dramatically extra capability to remove warmth than air cooling and has been proven to be more practical. A critical part of immersion-cooled models are commercial-grade pumps that move and recirculate fluid,” explains John-David Enright Sr, CEO of TMGcore. “Flowserve has demonstrated each its commitment to this sustainability-friendly technology and its high quality of customer service to us as a commercial buyer.”

Flowserve says that the partnership represents a step ahead in its market diversification.
“This actually exemplifies the dynamic capabilities of our pumps, and we are proud to take part in enabling the way forward for knowledge centres,” stated Tamara Morytko, president of Flowserve’s Pumps division. “As we pursue diversified markets in help of our growth technique, we are dedicated to continued innovation with our current and future clients in thoughts.”


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