Data Center Advanced Liquid Cooling

Energy Integrations

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Energy Integrations for Data Centers

Based on the framework of “Energy Saving, Energy Utilization, and Energy Generation”, Kaori is proposing the energy integration solution, or the“Energy Trio”. With the cloud data center as the main axis, the company proposes a liquid cooling solution for server cooling, and in the backup power support, the hydrogen technology is combined with a 5kW methanol fuel cell, and combined with a high-force plate heat exchanger. Waste heat recovery management can increase the overall energy efficiency by more than 40%, and fully demonstrates innovative thinking and complete technical capabilities in the energy field.

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Energy Trio

  • Energy Generation - Fuel Cell Generators
  • Energy Preservation - Liquid Cooling System for Servers
  • Energy Recovery - Heat Exchanger/Heat Pump

Energy Trio - 1:Energy Generation - Fuel Cell Power System

Kaori hydrogen fuel cell power generator is safe, high efficiency, clean and green energy, and can operate stably for a long time. It can be used as auxiliary power, emergency backup power, independent power supply, and integrated power generation. Replacing the dilemma of traditional highly-polluted diesel power generators and a large number of hydrogen cylinders, using low-environment hazard, high energy density, convenient storage and transportation, safe methanol water, natural gas, real estate hydrogen, immediate consumption, combined with self-made remote monitoring system, let green electricity go everywhere.
Hydrogen Generator
Hydrogen production rate 75 ~ 85 LPM
Hydrogen purity > 99.999 %
Purifier PSA or Pd type
Fuel consumption 110 ml/min
Fuel type 59 ~ 62.5 wt% methanol / DI water
Noise ≦ 45db (@ 1.5m)
Weight 90 kg
Dimension (W x D x H) 585mm x 680mm x 430mm
Fuel Cell Power System
Rated power 5 kW
Voltage ouput 48 ~ 55 VDC
Ambient temperature 5℃ ~ 40℃
Fuel consumption 80 ~ 102 ml/min
Fuel type Methanol water or natural gas
Noise ≦ 65db (@ 1.5m)
Weight 380 kg
Dimension (W x D x H) 800mm x 1000mm x 1760mm

Energy Trio - 2:Energy Preservation – Liquid Cooling System

With the continuous improvement of the world's awareness of energy conservation and carbon reduction, how to effectively reduce the energy consumption of data centers has become a major concern in the telecommunications industry. All e-commerce giants face more serious cooling issues in their self-built data centers. Kaori’s immersion cooling system is rigorously verified by cloud servers, generating huge amounts of heat during fast and large data volumes. Kaori’s high cooling capacity immersion coolant distribution unit(CDU) plays an important role.
cooling capacity 30 ~ 100 kW
Primary Coolant Fluid Water / anti-freezer
Primary Fluid Temperature Range (℃) 30 ~ 35
Secondary Coolant Fluid di-electric fluid
Secondary Loop Flow Rate (LPM) 150 ~ 750
Secondary Fluid Temperature Range (℃) 40 ~ 45
Dimensions (meter) H1.5 x L0.8 x 0.6
H1.5 x L0.8 x 0.8

Energy Trio - 3:Energy Utilization - Heat Recovery

Variety of Plate Selections
The heat exchanger's connection diameter ranging from 3/4" to 20“(max.), offering a wide range of selections.
Gasket Plate Heat Exchanger of Designated Materials
Designated Materials such as titanium (Ti), SMO254, aluminum alloy (C276), high nickel alloy, etc., suitable for corrosive fluids such as seawater, salted water, salinated, electroplating solution sulfuric acid, hydrochloric acid and other acid-base fluids.
Semi-welded Plate Heat Exchanger
Laser-welded plates are available in temp. from -40 to 170 ° C and pressures up to 25 bar for highly unstable fluids (hazardous fluids) and cryogenic refrigeration applications.
High Efficiency, Energy Saving and Environmental Friendly
The special pattern design can cause high turbulence even at low flow rates, achieving high heat transfer efficiency, saving energy, reusable , and durable for at least 10 years.

Heat recovery application (35℃ ~ 45℃ Hot water)

  • District heating supply
  • Supply livelihood, industrial hot water
  • Melting snow in buildings in the cold zone