Colocation in the US.
tme at multicasttech.com
Thu Jan 25 21:31:07 UTC 2007
On Jan 25, 2007, at 3:56 PM, Warren Kumari wrote:
> On Jan 25, 2007, at 12:49 PM, Warren Kumari wrote:
>> The main issue with Flourinert is price -- I wanted some to cool a
>> 20W IR laser -- I didn't spend that much time looking before I
>> just decided to switch to distilled water, but I was finding
>> prices like >$300 for a 1 liter bottle (http://www.parallax-
>> tech.com/fluorine.htm). I did find some cheaper "recycled"
>> Fluorinert, but it wasn't *that* much cheaper.
>> I don't remember who made them, but the same laser had these
>> really neat plumbing connections
> Doh, 10 seconds after hitting send it occurred to me that some sort
> of Internet search thingie might help with this -- looking for
> "liquid disconnect" found them for me -- http://www.micromatic.com/
> draft-keg-beer/fittings-pid-60600.html -- even better, it seems
> that after your datacenter shuts down you can reuse the connectors
> for your daft keg! :-)
Thereby giving new meaning to "beer and gear."
>> -- very similar to the air hose connectors on air compressors --
>> there is a nipple that snaps into a female connector. The nipple
>> pushes in a pin when it snaps in and allows the liquid to start
>> flowing. When you disconnect the connector the liquid flow shuts
>> off and you get maybe half a teaspoon of leakage.
>> P.S: Sorry if I tripped anyones HR policies for NSFW content :-)
>> On Jan 25, 2007, at 12:01 PM, John Curran wrote:
>>> At 3:49 PM -0800 1/24/07, Mike Lyon wrote:
>>>> I think if someone finds a workable non-conductive cooling fluid
>>>> would probably be the best thing. I fear the first time someone is
>>>> working near their power outlets and water starts squirting,
>>>> and electricuting everyone and everything.
>> "He who laughs last, thinks slowest."
>> -- Anonymous
> "Real children don't go hoppity-skip unless they are on drugs."
> -- Susan, the ultimate sensible governess (Terry Pratchett,
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