Precision air conditioning technology provides reliable cooling that is geared towards the requirements of technical infrastructure. Dedicated technology rooms in datacenters or switching stations require precisely controlled relative humidity, room temperature, air conduction and air distribution.
Computer equipment generates heat, and is sensitive to heat, humidity, and dust, but also the need for very high resilience and failover requirements. Maintaining a stable temperature and humidity within tight tolerances is critical to IT system reliability.
In most server rooms “close control air conditioning” systems, also known as PAC (precision air conditioning) systems are installed. These systems control temperature, humidity and particle filtration within tight tolerances 24 hours a day and can be remotely monitored. They can have built-in automatic alerts when conditions within the server room move outside defined tolerances.
Air conditioning designs for most computer or server rooms will vary depending on various design considerations, but they are generally one of two types: “up-flow” and “down-flow” configurations.
Precision cooling size is decided by the heat load of servers, current and future expansion, Room losses. The cooling media can be water or refrigerant gas. The selection of cooling unit is decided on the heat load per rack. For cooling up to 5 KW per rack, perimeter cooling can be used. The cooling technique changes for higher power densities.
Our expert team visits your location and decides the right make, model based on design and site conditions.