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Exhibition review: Data Centre World 2016

Exhibition review: Data Centre World 2016

Date: 14th April 2016  |   Posted by: Airedale Team  |   Posted in: Press release

Airedale Air Conditioning, Leeds, UK, April 14, 2016

Exhibition review: Data Centre World 2016

We're back at Airedale HQ after another stand-packed Data Centre World exhibition at Excel, London. The Airedale stand was buzzing with activity, lots of interest and conversations around our integrated, efficient datacentre cooling solutionsIT cooling product, building management energy systems (BEMS), automation and Controls.

Massive thanks to all of you that visited us on Stand M30, it was a real pleasure to discuss your forthcoming requirements and some very exciting projects.

 

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Direct-to-chip liquid cooling demonstration at Data Centre World 2016

Filmed at Data Centre World Airedale's Marketing Manager Richard Burcher demonstrates how 3M Novec™ solution can be used as a direct-to-chip cooling solution for datacentres. Unlike water, the engineering fluid poses no risk to computer hardware including mobile phones.

 

 

The below gives you a brief overview of the systems we exhibited and also includes access to more useful information: 


SmartCool™ i-drive (5-83kW)

An inverter compressor precision air conditioning unit, designed for use in high density applications using elevated return air temperatures, and incorporates inverter compressors to enable exact control, superior efficiency and performance.

Download a SmartCool™ i-drive brochure >>

Discover more about SmartCool™ i-drive >>


New modular hot aisle containment solution featuring direct-to-chip and rack-based cooling

We showcased a new modular hot aisle containment solution featuring our leading rack-based InRak™ IT cooling unit, along with a revolutionary new direct-to-chip two-phase cooling system.

Direct-to-chip cooling reduces monthly cooling costs by up to 75%, is easily scalable and circulates an engineered fluid that unlike water, poses no risk to computer hardware. 

Watch the Liquid Cooling demo >>

Download the Direct-to-chip liquid cooling brochure >>

Download the Total Modular Data Centre Solutions brochure >>

Download an InRak™ brochure >>

Discover more about InRak™ >>


Ecotel™ Free Cool (5-15kW) – pre-released

Visitors got a preview of the new Ecotel™ Free Cool which is a compact self-contained, outdoor cabin cooler which has been specifically developed to cool outdoor cabins, shelters, computer rooms, re-locatable equipment buildings and telecom base stations.

Designed for where floor space is limited or unavailable, the Ecotel™ Free Cool is quick and easy to install, utilising a secure and tamper proof mounting bracket system and is easy to service with front component access. An emergency 48V DC fresh air free cooling option is also available.

Download the Ecotel™ brochure >>


Low Energy Fan Coil Unit (1.9kW) - pre-released

The Airedale low energy fan coil unit (LEFCU) is a discrete, slim-line, energy efficient heating and cooling system which is economical to install with no system ductwork.

Download the Low Energy Fan Coil Unit brochure >>


ACIS™ - Building Energy Management System

The journey to creating a high performance data centre starts with taking an all embracing holistic view of the facility and how it operates. Our ACIS™ system provides an integrated approach to building management that can reduce energy use, decrease operating expenditure and optimise business performance.

Download an ACIS™ Building Energy Management System (BEMS) brochure >>

Discover more about ACIS™ BEMS >>


Got an enquiry?

If you attended the event and didn't get chance to speak to our cooling experts or would just like further information on our product range, please get in touch via the Contact Us page. 



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