SAI Tech Reveals 2 New Liquid Cooling Bitcoin Mining Containers Built for Overclocking Flexibility – Mining Bitcoin News

SAI Tech (a clean-technology company) announced on September 28 that it had launched the Tankbox, and Rackbox liquid cooling Bitcoin mining infrastructure products. The two new models join the firm’s SAIHUB Box and feature plate cooling and immersion cooling technologies.

SAI Tech unveils Tankbox and Rackbox Bitcoin Mining Infrastructure Products

SAI Tech (Nasdaq, SAI) announced two new mining infrastructure modules which leverage liquid cooling systems as cryptocurrency mining improves its efficiency.

Tankbox is the first. It can hold approximately 72-144 ASIC mining equipments. The Tankbox produces between 12 and 20 petahash/s (PH/s). Tankbox will be available to the public by the end of 2022 and the module is “equipped with heat recovery system and can provide ~50°C hot water outflow.”

SAI Tech Reveals 2 New Liquid Cooling Bitcoin Mining Containers Built for Overclocking Flexibility
According to the website, SAI Tech has a heat recovery process that can recycle 90% of mine waste.

SAI Tech introduced Rackbox. This module can hold 90 Microbt Whatsminer ASIC miners that use liquid-cooling technology. According to SAI Tech’s announcement, the Rackbox can house the Microbt Whatsminer series M33S+, M33S++, and M53 models.

Rackbox permits miners overclocking and underclocking ASIC mining machines. The Rackbox can reach an estimated 24-26 HP/s per container. Without overclocking, the Rackbox can provide roughly 18-20 PH/s, SAI Tech’s summary of the two products notes.

“Rackbox helps mining operators achieve increased profit during the entire bitcoin cycle by reducing the power-off risk in the bear market and gaining excess return in the bull market,” SAI Tech’s announcement details on Wednesday. “Also, Rackbox is capable of recovering waste heat and can provide ~60°C hot water. Rackbox is expected to be launched in the first quarter of 2023.”

SAI Tech’s founder and CEO Arthur Lee explained that the containers further provide a waste heat recovery system. “Tankbox and Rackbox are compatible with all air-cooling and liquid-cooling miners on the market with our unique waste heat recovery capability,” Lee said in a statement during the announcement.

Lee added:

[Launching]These two products demonstrate our industry-leading expertise in liquid cooling, waste heat recovery and other related areas. This exciting news brings great news to bitcoin mining and enables a sustainable future for bitcoin mining infrastructure.

SAI Tech’s new products are prefabricated and resemble a 20ft storage container with integrated components. The items include mining cabinets and power controls, as well as a water circulation system. The company notes that the Tankbox and Rackbox modules are ideal for “utilizing idle energy such as flared gas.” Following the announcement on Wednesday, SAI Tech shares jumped 1.14% higher against the U.S. dollar during the last 24 hours.

SAI Tech does not offer mining containers devices. At the end of June, Bitdeer announced the launch of the company’s Antbox or Deerbox plug-and-play mobile mining farm modules. Bitdeer’s product was originally a Bitmain product but the design was allocated to Bitdeer following Bitmain’s restructuring. One Bitdeer Deerbox module can host 180 Bitmain Antminer S19 mining units.

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