Highly efficient. Environmentally friendly. Reliable cooling.
No pumps, no water, no problems.
QuantaCool systems use a safe, environmentally friendly coolant, which means no damaging water leaks. The coolant is circulated by gravity as heat is removed, eliminating downtime caused by broken pumps.
Pumps fail. Water leaks.
MHP technology provides efficient, reliable no-pump waterless cooling solutions that enable electronic devices to remove heat, minimize operating costs and maximize performance.
Patented MHP Technology
High-flux Heat Absorbers
MHP™ technology uses high-flux heat absorbers that rely on phase-change principles to remove and dissipate large quantities of heat, which are passively rejected to ambient cooling media.
Configured as a loop-type system, MHP technology is ideal for cooling stationary heat sources and can easily scale-up for very high heat loads.
MHP™ technology is a patented improved heat pipe, featuring a microchannel CPU heat block, an inert refrigerant and coolant circulated by the heat being removed and gravity-driven return.
Configured as a wick-type system, MHP technology is well suited for mobile heat sources or where condensers can’t be located above the heat sources.
PolarBox™ - For the serious PC Gamer
The efficiency of water cooling without the risk.
Ideal for hardcore gaming enthusiasts, the PolarBox system lets you safely overclock CPUs and GPUs. PolarBox uses QuantaCool’s patented MHP technology to manage increased heat load. Users enjoy greater operational efficiency without the risk of computer damage from leaking water or downtime from a broken pump.
PolarRak™ - For high-end Data Centers
Economical, reliable, high efficiency data center cooling.
Safely cool your data center and improve energy efficiency by reducing reliance on air conditioning with the PolarRak heat removal system. Using MHP technology, PolarRak transfers heat without pumps and cools without water. The coolant is non-hazardous, electrically insulating and non-flammable, eliminating the risk of short-circuits, electrical shock and equipment damage that can occur when water-cooled systems leak.