Data Center Cooling
Selecting the right cooling concept is crucial to avoid thermally-related faults and IT equipment failures. With energy consumption for cooling being a substantial part of the total energy consumption in a data center, improvements in cooling efficiencies can result in significant cost savings.
With extensive knowledge, nVent’s experts consult customers in the specification of their datacenter cooling concept by assessing individual server configurations, specific environmental parameters, required redundancy, uptime levels and recommend the most suitable, energy-efficient solutions.
What is Data Center Cooling?
There are many different cooling concepts, each of them suitable for a specific installation condition
and datacenter configuration:
1. NETWORK CABINETS WITH
LOW THERMAL LOAD
2. TOP COVER UNITS 3. COLD AISLE CONTAINMENT Perforated doors: Air is drawn out of the cabinet by the fans of the active components Top cover fan units: Draw the heat out of the cabinet False floor: Ensures supply of cold air Aisle containment with doors prevents loss of the cold air. 4. IN-ROW COOLING 5. REAR DOOR WITH HEAT
6. BUILT-IN HEAT EXCHANGER Cold air is provided by a air/water heat exchanger in the row Rear door with heat exchanger for high-performance computing (HPC) Built-in heat exchanger for high-performance computing (HPC) or closed side-by-side cabinet system
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