Server Room Cooling & Data Center Air Conditioning
Server room cooling solutions come in wide variety of sizes and styles. Maintaining the conditions in each of these areas is critical.
Intelligent & Complete Server Room Cooling Systems
Whether it is one of many rooms rooms in a vast cloud data centre, or a large single room, key to your co-location operations or even a small room as part of your office building, hosting only a couple of racks. All these white spaces are home to the key components of your operations. Maintaining the conditions in each of these areas is critical.
We offer a complete portfolio for IT cooling that can cover the different methods of applications.
With our efficient close-control climate concepts, we have no trouble satisfying all requirements from ambient conditions to minimum operating costs, and offer you an optimal price/performance ratio:
- Energy efficient Indirect Evaporative Cooling (IEC) solutions using adiabatic features
- High availability water based free cool systems
- Reliable mechanical and compressor based cooling
- Competitive chilled water solutions
Ultra-DENCO® is for when performance matters in your datacentre. The unit has been designed to meet the performance and efficiency needs of data centers. Designed for only a down flow air configuration and chilled water cooling, the unit is ideally suited towards rooms which have a 500mm floor void.
Multi-DENCO® bring the flexibility, diversity and efficiency to ensure your IT cooling requirements are realised. Multi-DENCO® units can provide up to 150 kW of cooling within 7 different casing sizes, which can also be in upflow or downflow air configuration. It has various options and features available such as automatic pressurised system (APS), pressure independent control valves (PICV), energy monitoring, airflow monitoring and power redundancy options too.
Row-DENCO® brings a new direction to your datacentre. With a width of 300mm and a rear to front airflow, Row-DENCO units can be associated with particular servers, rather than with a room. This enables a direct relationship between the server and its source of cool air, reducing or eliminating the need to create excess or future capacity.
Multi-DENCO® F-Version - EN
The Multi-DENCO® A-Version revolutionised the efficiency levels that a refrigeration based system could achieve. Now, the Multi-DENCO® F-Version has evolved to include a FreeCool circuit, which can be utilised every day of the year. This allows for the direct expansion circuit to be reserved until it is essential and this is all designed within the familiar shape and size of a Multi-DENCO®.
Our F-Version incorporates an extremely energy efficient free cooling feature to compliment all the benefits of our A-Version design. We use electronically commutated (EC) fans both indoor and outdoor, an on-board EC free cooling pump and variable speed compressors should the Direct Expansion (DX) system be needed.
F-Version is the flagship of our range, using indirect free cooling to achieve an extremely low annualised pPUE of only 1.1.
- Energy efficient free cooling
- EC fans both indoor & outdoor
- Inbuilt EC free cooling pump
- Comparable running costs to evaporative cooling systems
- Lower capital cost
- Less space required
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