@travisdh1 Yup, that's basically how it works. The insulating material is water-based and converts to steam during a fire, resulting in an endothermic cooling action. Additionally, the steam is forced out of the events which prevents heat from entering the unit. As for waterproofing, the drives are simply in a sealed box that relies on finned walls to conduct heat away during normal operation.
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