Eaton-Williams Targets Energy Savings with High Density Cooling Solutions at Data Centre World Expo
Eaton-Williams will be featuring cooling solutions that are ideally suited to high performance computing environments at the Data Centre World Expo 2015 to be held at ExCel London on 11-12 March.
With rising energy costs and stringent regulations shaping the design and implementation of cooling technologies, all of Eaton-Williams products are designed for optimum energy efficiency, thereby helping customers to reduce their energy usage, costs and Power Usage Effectiveness (PUEs) whilst addressing environmental concerns.
On Stand G25, Eaton-Williams will be show-casing its offerings targeting high density data centre applications, which include:
- Active rear door heat exchanger and micro channel rear door
- CDU (Cooling Distribution Unit)
- Fan assisted and angled floor grilles
Eaton-Williams rear door heat exchangers (RDHx) provide 100% heat rejection at source, delivering up to 65kW of cooling per rack. Eaton-Williams offers active, passive and micro-channel rear doors to suit project specific requirements.
The Cooling Distribution Units (CDUs) can deliver close controlled water cooling for up to 20 rear door heat exchangers. The CDU can deliver up to 305kW of cooling using only 4kW of power and offers N+1 reliability. When two CDUs are used in tandem, they can provide Tier 4 resilience.
With hot spots a key concern in data centres, Eaton-Williams can provide a solution in a range of floor grilles, including its new angled grille and innovative, fan assisted floor grille which directs cool air to the rack where it is most needed. The fan assisted floor grille replaces standard floor tiles and offers plug-and-go connectivity.
Eaton-Williams offers a common controls platform across its range of CDUs, Computer Room Air Conditioner (CRAC) units and data centre systems. These controls are built around a 32-bit RISC microprocessor with large memory capacity and offer multi-protocol support including HTTP/HTTPS/SSL, SNMPv2 and SNMPv3, SMTP, FTP, CLI (Command Line Interface), Modbus® IP and BACnet® IP. These communication options allow easy integration with any Building Management Systems (BMS), Network Management Systems (NMS) and Data Centre Infrastructure Management (DCIM) System.
A full colour, interactive touch screen display provides users with convenient and complete control at their fingertips.
Eaton-Williams data centre cooling products on display at Data Centre World 2015 are part of a full offering of data centre solutions from the CES Group LLC, a subsidiary of Nortek Inc., which has been providing cooling systems and applications expertise for mission critical facilities for more than 30 years. Other solutions for data centre cooling in the CES Group portfolio include:
- Indirect/direct evaporative cooling (IDEC/DEC) units
- Pre-engineered chiller plants systems
- Air handlers
- Packaged DX units
- Modular data centres
For more information please contact: Guy Hutchins, Sales Director, Eaton-Williams Group Limited. Fircroft Way, Edenbridge, Kent.TN8 6EZ. Tel: +44 (0) 1732 866055. Fax: +44 (0) 1732 865658. Email: email@example.com Website: www.eaton-williams.com
About Nortek and CES Group
Eaton-Williams Group, LTD, an affiliate of CES Group®, provides climate controlled solutions for almost any environment: data centres, hospitals, commercial offices, and everything in between, backed up with 24/7 service and maintenance. Find out more about Eaton-Williams and its products at www.eaton-williams.com.
CES Group, LLC is a subsidiary of Nortek, Inc.(Nasdaq:NTK) a global, diversified company whose many market-leading brands deliver broad capabilities and a wide array of innovative, technology-driven products and solutions for lifestyle improvement at home and at work. Please visit www.ces-group.com or www.nortekinc.com for more information.