Data Specialist

Precision air conditioning for data centres and server rooms

Data1Data centres run 365 days, or 8760 hours, a year. Densely packed server racks generate ever increasing computing power, which is almost completely converted into heat.

Closed-circuit air-conditioning systems maintain the ideal room temperature and humidity conditions for your sensitive IT. Cold supply air is conveyed to the data centre via the raised floor, and the heated air returns to the A/C unit. Today, due to ever increasing heat loads, this process basically takes place via a network of hot and cold aisles.

Modern precision air-conditioning systems with energy-efficient hybrid technology also make use of cool outside air for air conditioning. They grow in a modular fashion, and cut your data centre’s electricity consumption by up to 40 %. Designed for failure-free, continuous operation over many years, they work away quietly, reliably and exceptionally economically to keep your IT available at all times.

Data2When companies grow, the server rapidly becomes a rack with its own room. Computing produces heat. Fans do not provide the required degree of reliability. And simple room air conditioners cool much too imprecisely. They cannot cope with tough year-round operation for long. The expensive consequences are total IT failure and high electricity costs.

Modern precision air-conditioning systems reliably look after your IT. Unlike comfort air conditioners, which provide air conditioning for offices, for example, they not only ensure the right temperature, but regulate air humidity and therefore prevent electrostatic charge as well.

Precision air-conditioning systems are designed for failure-free, continuous operation over many years. Compact versions in rack size can fit anywhere. They work away quietly, reliably and exceptionally economically to keep your IT available at all times.