DatacenterDynamics Converged – Visited Airedale Stand 41?
Date: 25th November 2013 | Posted by: Airedale Team | Posted in: Press release
Airedale Air Conditioning, Leeds, UK, November 25, 2013
DCD London was another highly successful event for Airedale Air Conditioning allowing us to discuss high efficiency IT cooling, data centre uptime and sustainability with fellow industry professionals. The event acted as a platform for us to launch our new SmartCool™ Chilled Water range and profile the forthcoming launch of our AireFlow™ indirect fresh air free cooling adiabatic air handling unit (AHU).
We also showcased our InRak™ in-row cooling solution, OnRak™ rear door heat exchanger and ACIS (Airedale Controls Integrated Systems) data centre controls interface, which allows you to manage and optimise smart cooling and building services across multiple sites through a central control platform.
Airedale exhibited – High Efficiency Data Centre Cooling
- EER up to 52.4 a 13% inc. in EER compared with other similar leading competitor units
- Up to 30% more cooling kW/m² (compared to leading competitor units)
- SN/SR (11-90k W) units use innovative V-frame heat exchanger arrangement, positioned across the width rather than the depth of the unit
- Developed in two case sizes depending on roof or wall mounted connections
- No air mixing means 100% DX back up cooling is not necessary
- Integral fresh air inlet for pressurisation and air quality (option), removes need for a separate AHU
- Industry leading cooling for footprint (600mm)
- Single or double circuit for redundancy
- Can utilise ‘normal’ (e.g. 7/12) or ‘high’ (e.g. 13/18) water temperatures to take advantage of free cooling chiller
- 42-47U, 600mm or 800mm variants
- n or n+1 fan configuration (n mode fans can run at 100% capacity, n+1 mode fans run at 75% capacity, if one fan fails the other fans increase their speed to maintain cooling)
- EER n mode = 108; EER n+1 mode = 174
- Cutting through complexity – manage smart cooling and other building services, across multiple sites and communication protocols, in a single integrated system
- Secure remote login and intuitive interface
- Targets reduction of operating costs via better decision making
- An in-depth analysis of the multiple configurations of data centre cooling systems available. The presentation looked at the complete landscape from mechanical cooling through to full fresh air free cooling, with and without adiabatic cooling
- Presented by George Hannah, Product Development Director
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