The two phase immersion cooling method utilizes coolant phase change to transfer heat. Latent heat temperature, (boiling point), of the coolant is utilized to transfer heat. The heat generated by the components causes the coolant to vaporize and rises to meet a condenser coil. This coil is located above the coolant bath containing the components. When the gas meets the coil it condenses back to a cool liquid state. The fluid then rains back down into the bath from the coil. This type of cooling does cause loss of fluid which must be monitored so that more coolant can be added if needed. The tank and coil may also be enclosed in housing so as not to lose any gas into the surrounding area. This could cause a health risk.