Laing Thermotech's Revolutionary New Technology for Electronics Cooling

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Laing, a leader in hydraulic engineering and electronics cooling industry, has produced a breakthrough technology for electronics cooling applications. The resulting small pump fits a wide variety of applications and operates with greater energy efficiency, performance and longevity than other pumps in its class.

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Laing's DDC series pumps are the smallest and most efficient method to circulate water in the application of water cooling for the electronic industry

Laing Thermotech, a world leader in hydraulic engineering and electronics cooling technology, has developed a breakthrough technology for electronics cooling applications. Known as the DDC pump, the technology utilizes Laing's magnetic drive spherical motor technology.

"Laing's DDC series pumps are the smallest and most efficient method to circulate water in the application of water cooling for the electronic industry," says Scott S. Shimer, CEO of Laing. "It can fit into very confined spaces, even desktop computers."

Laing pioneered the technology about three years ago. Subsequently, the computer cooling systems have been installed in hundreds of thousand of computers and other electronic components throughout the world. Now, the DDC product is available for non-computer applications such as high definition television, advanced video gaming systems, chillers and a myriad of industrial applications which require liquid cooling in a compact environment. This gives the DDC pump the potential to render an enormous impact across a wide variety of industries.

Not only can the DDC pump be used for a broad range of sophisticated electronic cooling systems, but it is also long-lasting. The pump uses a brushless DC motor with a lifetime in excess of 50,000 hours when operated at 12 volts. It is designed to last three to four times longer than other comparable pumps. In addition, the

DDC pump:

  •     Does not require maintenance under normal conditions
  •     Is guaranteed to start up even after being shut down for an extended time
  •     Has a flow rate and performance characteristics that can be easily controlled by voltage variation
  •     Is practically silent during operation, partially due to the suspension of the rotor/impeller in the pumped fluid. (And the rotor is self-aligning so noise does not increase over time.)
  •     Allows for a more efficient method of heat removal than conventional heat sinks evacuate

With its superior design, the DDC pump lasts longer, uses less power and performs better than other pumps in its class. For more information about this innovative product, consult the Electronics Cooling (DC Pumps) section of our web site.

About Laing Thermotech Inc.

Laing Thermotech Inc. is part of the Laing family of companies which originated in Stuttgart, Germany in the early 1970's with the introduction of unique solar, Instant Hot Water solutions and pump products. Today, Laing primarily focuses on manufacturing fractional-horsepower pumps, flow-through heaters, and hydronic heating components. Laing created the first practical do-it-yourself hot water circulation system. It is well known for its Autocirc System for retrofit applications and the UltraCirc®. for new construction. It offers a variety of low-energy-consumption, fractional-horsepower pumps for residential, solar and industrial use. Laing holds a considerable amount of registered patents in consumer, commercial and industrial markets. The company's products are sold worldwide, with sales and distribution operations in Germany, Japan and the United States, as well as a manufacturing, sales and distribution facilities in Hungary.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:

Bob Hutslar, National Sales Manager Plumbing & Heating

(619) 575-7466 Ext. 112

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