US Pat. No. 10,477,726

LIQUID IMMERSION COOLING PLATFORM

TMGCore, LLC, Plano, TX ...

1. A cooling system for computing components comprising:a pressure controlled vessel comprising an interior wherein said vessel is configured to be operably connected to a pressure controller to reduce the interior pressure below atmospheric and above 650 torr, wherein the pressure controlled vessel is configured to comprise a volume of thermally conductive, condensable dielectric fluid in liquid and gas phase wherein the dielectric fluid has a boiling point below about 80 C. at atmospheric pressure and wherein the dielectric fluid is substantially free of water;
one or more computer components arranged such that the one or more computer components may be at least partially submerged within the liquid phase of a volume of thermally conductive, condensable dielectric fluid; and
a condenser located on a side of the pressure controlled vessel for condensing gas phase dielectric fluid to liquid phase dielectric fluid wherein the pressure controlled vessel comprises a ceiling which angles upward toward at least one side of the pressure controlled vessel.

US Pat. No. 10,653,043

VAPOR MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR A LIQUID IMMERSION COOLING SYSTEM

TMGCore, LLC, Plano, TX ...

1. A device comprising:a tank configured to hold thermally conductive, condensable dielectric fluid and a computer component;
a pressure controller to reduce or increase an interior pressure of the tank;
a vapor management system for condensing a gas phase of the dielectric fluid; and
a robot configured to pick up the computer component;
wherein the vapor management system includes a vapor storage unit for storage of vapor of the dielectric fluid and wherein the vapor storage unit comprises a valve for allowing air into the vapor management system to reduce a temperature of the vapor of the dielectric fluid.

US Pat. No. 10,617,032

ROBOT FOR A LIQUID IMMERSION COOLING SYSTEM

TMGCore, LLC, Plano, TX ...

1. A device comprising: a tank configured to hold a thermally conductive, condensable dielectric fluid; a vapor management system for condensing a gas phase of the dielectric fluid wherein the vapor management system comprises a vapor storage unit which is operably connected to a carbon bed to separate the vapor of the dielectric fluid from air: and a robot configured to pick up a computer component; and wherein the vapor storage unit is a bellows tank.

US Pat. No. 10,694,643

BALLAST BLOCKS FOR A LIQUID IMMERSION COOLING SYSTEM

TMGCore, LLC, Plano, TX ...

1. A device comprising: a tank comprising: a bath portion for holding thermally conductive, condensable dielectric fluid and a computer component; and a shelf portion configured to hold at least one ballast block; a pressure controller to reduce or increase an interior pressure of the tank; a condenser for condensing a gas phase of the dielectric fluid; and a robot configured to pick up the computer component; wherein a bottom point of the bath portion has a lower height than a height of the shelf portion; and the ballast block is configured to occupy a volume of the tank above the shelf to displace the dielectric fluid from the shelf to an area over the bath portion; and wherein the ballast block is configured to interlock with another ballast block from a top side or a bottom side of the ballast block and wherein the ballast block comprises recessed portions on the top side of the ballast block such that a riser feet of the other ballast block is configured to lock in one of the recessed portions of the ballast block.

US Pat. No. 10,624,237

LIQUID IMMERSION COOLING VESSEL AND COMPONENTS THEREOF

TMGCore, LLC, Plano, TX ...

1. A device comprising:a tank configured to hold thermally conductive, condensable dielectric fluid;
a pressure controller to reduce or increase an interior pressure of the tank;
a rack at least partially submerged within the dielectric fluid;
a condenser for condensing a gas phase of the dielectric fluid;
a robot configured to move a chassis within the rack; and
a sump area;
a pump; and
a filter;
wherein the pump is configured to remove the dielectric fluid from the sump area and pass the dielectric fluid through the filter before delivering the dielectric fluid to a bath portion of the tank.