Free cooling reduces cooling costs for data centres
Kris Holla, Chief Sales Officer, Data Centre Products, CES Group and Vice President of Nortek, Inc., www.ces-group.com is delivering a presentation at Data Centre World in the Facilities and Critical Equipment Theatre on Wednesday 27th February.
Kris and Eaton-Williams www.eaton-williams.com will discuss which technologies and methodologies could be adopted to ensure success in mission-critical data centres; solutions which incorporate Direct (DEC) and Indirect (IDEC) free cooling are being used by some of the world's most energy efficient data centres.
Eaton-Williams is also exhibiting on Stand H50 where there will be displays of a range of cooling solutions that are ideal for high density data centre applications.
- Rear door heat exchangers which provide 100% heat rejection at source
- Cooling Distribution Units (CDUs) that deliver close controlled water cooling for up to 20 rear door heat exchangers. The CDU absorbs only 4Kw of power and will deliver up to 305kW of cooling.
- Fan assisted and angled floor grilles to target hot spots
A common controls platform is offered by Eaton-Williams across its range of CDUs, Computer Room Air Conditioner (CRAC) units and data centre systems