COMPUTER ROOM EVAPORATIVE COOLING

COMPUTER ROOM EVAPORATIVE COOLING

ACCOMODATING SERVER ROOM AND DATA CENTRE EXPANSION

Expanding the capacity of your data centre or server room will usually require a reappraisal of your cooling capacity.

Additional cooling capacity can be provided by either replacing the existing Conventional Air Conditioning System (CRAC) with a larger capacity unit or by incorporating a Computer Room Evaporative Cooling System (CREC) into your existing cooling system configuration.

As the above video explains, a CREC can:

  • Reduce energy consumption by up to 90%
  • Produce a PUE of less than 1.1
  • Reduce carbon emissions by up to 90%

ENSURING OPTIMUM SYSTEM RESILIENCE

Many computer rooms and data centres undertake mission-critical operations, and so optimum resilience is vital.

To minimise the potential for breakdown, Ambient HVAC strongly recommends the adoption of the following measures.

Provision of Back-Up Cooling Capacity

Stand-by cooling capacity of between 50 to 100% of the required cooling capacity should be provided to ensure operational continuity.

Alarm Monitoring and Emergency Response

The evaporative cooling systems supplied and installed by Ambient HVAC can be configured to provide full alarm status, not only for the computer room temperature but also for each element of the entire system. The provision of stand-by capacity will ensure that, in the event of a system failure, room temperature is maintained at a safe operating level.

Most systems can also be configured to notify both Ambient’s Emergency Response Team and the system operator and, which is on hand 365 days a year, 24/7, by SMS, phone dial-up or SNMP signalling.

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