Airedale supply telecoms cooling technologies for a connected world. We support telecoms operators in delivering the UK’s critical telecoms infrastructure.
The availability of telecoms infrastructure underpins much of the economic and social activity in the UK. There is hardly a sector in the country that will not rely, in some shape or form, on the connectivity provided by telecoms, the services it enables, and the activities it supports.
The telecoms networks of the UK are supported by a vast physical infrastructure in the form of 40-50,000 telecommunications masts and cabins. Telecoms cooling requires a lot of power, which generates significant energy bills for their operators.
Airedale supply hardware and software systems that manage and optimise telecoms cabins, keeping them within design conditions whilst minimising energy use.
Airedale’s dedicated Telecoms team and suite of solutions help manage and optimise the UK’s critical communications infrastructure.
Designed for year-round cooling of remote telecommunications enclosures and telecom base stations, our range of self-contained, packaged precision cabin cooling units have been cooling the UK’s communications infrastructure for over 10 years.
Our systems are designed to take advantage of ambient temperatures with dedicated free cooling models, helping to minimise energy use whilst keeping critical equipment within healthy operating conditions.
Our dedicated telecoms cabin monitoring systems can help operators manage their remote asset base from one intuitive dashboard. Temperatures, air pressures, humidity, free cooling , security systems, power and lighting can all be monitored remotely with alarms communicated to key personnel to enable quick interventions.
TACKLING THE BIGGEST CHALLENGES IN THE TELECOMS INDUSTRY
Airedale have been involved in precision cooling since 1974 and our products are designed to dynamically respond to both internal and external conditions, optimising set points to reduce energy use.