brands in Cold-Chain & Insulation
18 brands found for Cold-Chain & Insulation in Consumer Goods
Carolina Technical Fabrics
Dynalene develops, manufactures and distributes industrial heat transfer fluids and coolants such as glycols, which include propylene glycol, ethylene glycol, BioGlycol, solar glycol, Geoglycol as well as other fluids including potassium formate, calcium chloride, hydrocarbon and silicone chemistries.
Glyub are used in various application such as automotive and marine engine oils, compressor oils, hydraulic fluids, gear oils and grease formulations. They offer an ample range of viscosities and are characterized by high solvating properties, thermal capacity, low volatilities, high flash point and good thermal stability. Low toxicity and high biodegradability are a plus for this class of additives. They are designed mainly for low temperature performances. Obtained from adipic acid and linear or branched alcohol are particularly designed for 2/4 stroke engine lubricants and hydraulic fluids.
K-FLEX USA K-FLEX
Premier Building Solutions
ElectroCool® Dielectric Coolants are engineered for Single-phase, Liquid Immersion Cooling of Electronics. Servers, GPUs, FPGAs and other semiconductors operate at increasingly high energy densities and in ever smaller packaging. These factors, combined with increases in operational frequency and output power, make the effective removal of waste heat a key limiting factor in the design and efficiency of most electronics. Single-phase, Liquid Immersion Cooling (SLIC) is the most effective way to manage, remove, and control waste heat for electronics.
LubND® oils are easily dissolved in solutions. LOW -TEMPERATURE LubND® naphthenic base oils are severely hydrotreated pale-colored oils made from crude oil distillates. LubND® naphthenic base oils have low paraffin content, low pour point, and good solvency. LubND® oils also provide better low-temperature performance than paraffinic oils, which makes them ideal for formulating hydraulic fluids and automatic transmission fluids (ATFs).