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BiXBiT Hydro Container
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The BiXBiT Hydro container offers unparalleled reliability and safety benefits. It houses customized BiXBiT hydro racks, each capable of accommodating 20 Whatsminer M33/M53/M63 units with a power consumption of up to 10 kW. A 20-foot container comes with 5 BiXBiT hydro racks, while a 40-foot container with 8 racks. Therefore, a single container can host up to 160 Whatsminer Hydro units, providing a total mining capacity of up to 1.6 MW. With advanced automation and management features, the BiXBiT container guarantees optimal performance and reliability for your equipment.

heat utilization
proven components
and durability
  • 5-8 hydro racks
  • CDU for all container racks with backup pump equipment in case of main pump failure
  • Container hydraulic circuitry
  • Automation and control panel
  • Smart *PDU
  • Conditioning system
  • Lighting
CDU - A cooling management system that ensures efficient distribution of cooling liquid within the hydro rack and consists of multiple components: pumps, valves, sensors. It controls liquid flow, maintains optimal temperature, and provides effective cooling of electronic components.
BiXBiT PDU - Intelligent devices designed for efficient management and control of your miners. They enable remote power on/off functionality, measure voltage and current, and prevent short circuits, ensuring the reliable and safe operation of your system.

How does BiXBiT Hydro Cooling differ
from immersion cooling?

Immersion cooling involves submerging ASICs in dielectric liquid, facilitating direct contact between miner components and cooling liquid, leading to superior heat dissipation and overall cooling efficiency.

In hydro cooling, also known as water cooling, complex radiators with numerous internal perforations are used. These radiators are positioned on the hashboards of ASICs, allowing water (as the primary coolant) to flow through radiator channels. Passing through the radiator, water absorbs heat from the chips on the hashboard. However, it is important to note that water does not come into direct contact with the chips, only interacting with the heated metal plate of the radiator. This approach facilitates efficient heat dissipation, utilizing the superior heat capacity of water compared to traditional cooling mediums such as air. The advantages of hydro cooling include enhanced cooling efficiency, scalability, flexibility, and reduced operational costs compared to traditional air cooling solutions.

Both hydro cooling and immersion cooling represent innovative approaches to thermal regulation in high-heat projects, each with its unique set of benefits and applications.

While immersion cooling is aimed at working with ASICs for air cooling, the hydro cooling system from the BiXBiT team is designed for industrial projects using modern ASIC miners originally designed for this specific cooling method: Whatsminer M33/M53/M63.

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