BOSCH, Germany (Reuters) – Bosch’s Mini Split Vent system for water cooling systems is the biggest innovation in its 30-year history, a system that uses a special nozzle that is capable of sucking in water from the underside of the chassis and then siphoning it through a large opening at the base of the system.
It is a significant leap forward in water cooling for fans that have traditionally relied on bulky pumps.
The mini split vent system costs around $10,000, according to Bosch.
It works by using a small nozzle on the side of the intake fan, with the water pumped from a reservoir on the inside of the fan.
Bosch is one of the world’s leading water cooling manufacturers and employs more than 700,000 people worldwide.
A large majority of its systems are designed to last a lifetime.
The system works by attaching the front of the water cooling system to a metal plate, which can then be moved into position for the fan to attach.
When it is installed, the front panel is tilted forward to allow the fan into the intake duct, which is about 1.3 inches (4.5 centimeters) high.
The fan attaches to a large rubber gasket that is threaded through the water intake, which opens up a small opening at one end.
Once the water is sucked in through the opening, the water flow is controlled by the pump, which moves it into the water-injected area.
The water flows through a small pipe to a pump at the bottom of the assembly.
The assembly is then turned on, and water flow slows down.
When the system is finished, it is powered off by a relay inside the fan housing.
Bosches Mini Split vents are built into a Bosch chassis, and are used in the new M1 and M2 air coolers.
The company’s goal is to produce 40,000 of these for each of its 500,000 models, a new record for a water cooling unit.
Bosching says the company expects the system to be ready for the market by 2019.
The new Bosch mini-split vent system works with two fan types.
The larger type, the Bosch-designed Bosch Air Cooler, uses a large fan to suck in air from the front, then the large fan rotates to blow air through a smaller fan that attaches to the rear of the unit.
The smaller fan is attached to the bottom plate of the front intake fan.
This system works well for air coolants that need high-pressure air in their cooling systems, such as the H60.
The large Bosch fan rotational speed allows it to suck up air more quickly than the smaller fan, and this increases its efficiency, Bosch said.
The Bosch Micro Split Vent, also known as the Boschi, uses an 8-inch (20 cm) fan to blow water through a fan that is attached directly to the front side of an intake fan that has a smaller diameter.
The micro split vent is used in a variety of water cooling and fanless designs.
It uses a smaller nozzle, but is much more compact than the Boschan.
It has a similar appearance to the Boscha, but has a large, curved, square nozzle that can be turned sideways for air to flow through.
This design, like the Bosche and Bosch, is more efficient.
The Micro Split vent uses a small, square metal plate that attaches directly to a small intake fan to pump air from underneath the intake.
Boscht’s MiniSplit Vent is designed to be used in watercooling systems that need higher airflow than the standard air cooling designs that are usually used in systems.
Boschi says it is using the MiniSplit vent system in a small number of its water cooling units for water coolers that are smaller than about 5 inches (15 cm) in diameter.
BosCh said the Mini Split vent system will be used on the new H60, the company’s biggest air cooler.
BosCH said the system will make the new air cooler “much quieter.”
Bosch expects to sell the system for about $30,000 when it goes on sale later this year.
Boscha said it will likely be the first Bosch water cooler with a mini split fan.
(Reporting by Anil Khatri in Bengaluru; Editing by Mark Heinrich)