Liquid Cooling

Liquid Cooling by Hydraflex at Data Centre World

Liquid Cooling by Hydraflex at Data Centre World

Excel, London. March 6-7, 2024

Visit us on D265

I am very pleased to announce that Hydraflex is back at Data Centre World London this March, and I am looking forward to catching up with existing contacts and making new acquaintances. This year, our stand will be branded Liquid Cooling by Hydraflex, which is the area where we have been supplying in since 2011.

2024 will be our fourth time at DCW London, during which time we have observed first-hand the rapid understanding and acceptance of liquid cooling (LC). Our first show in 2015 had more than half of the visitors to our stand being surprised that we manufactured hoses for water in DCs, but within a couple of years, it was the norm and fully appreciated by the majority. Since then, liquid cooling has been developing at a pace with new demands thrown at system designers to meet the high performances of today’s DCs. 

New Show New Products

This year’s show will be exciting for us with the launch of three new products for the DC liquid cooling market, in addition to our existing ranges. These products will cover connection and distribution in a liquid cooling system. 

Pride of place on our stand will be the original DataCool Silicone hose assemblies. Introduced into the market in 2011, this hose has coped with the LC developments since then and has been in constant use in DCs Globally, with thousands of assemblies conveying coolant around systems 24/7. 

Additional LC products on display will include a selection of stainless steel hose assemblies with Hygienic and ANSI flanged ends, the low-pressure drop ultraFLOW quick disconnect coupling range, and our peroxide-cured EPDM rubber hose assemblies with stainless-steel over-braided.

To find out more about our new lines, our existing products, and other future developments we are looking in to, come along to our Stand D265 and have a chat, and we will give you one of our braided pens for your trouble.

Liquid Cooling by Hydraflex at Data Centre World
Liquid Cooling by Hydraflex at Data Centre World


As we wrap up our exciting overview of Hydraflex’s presence at Data Centre World London and our innovative offerings in liquid cooling technology, we understand you might have some questions. Whether you’re curious about the specifics of our products, their compatibility, or technical details, we’re here to provide clarity. Below, you’ll find a carefully curated list of frequently asked questions that delve into the practicalities and specifications of our Liquid Cooling by Hydraflex range. 

Is it suitable for liquid cooling?

Yes, the Hydraflex silicone DataCool hose range was developed specifically for that market.

Is it safe/reliable?

The hose was initially developed in 2010 and launched in 2011 and is now fitted to DCs worldwide

Is it suitable for a water and glycol mix?

Yes it is suitable for this mix

What bores sizes do you offer?

The current trend is for 1” (DN25) bore but sizes from DN06 to DN32 are available.Larger sizes are currently under development.

What connectors are available?

We recommend coned seat swivel female connections to offer the most secure joint. However other connections are available such as male thread and compression.

What is the working pressure?

A 1”(DN25) bore hose has a typical burst pressure of 40 bar, which equates to a working pressure of 10 bar with a 4:1 safety factor.

What colours do you offer?

Red, blue and black are available as standard. We can also offer personalised printing for high volume users

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