Tag: Balancing Data Center Airflow

HotSpotr 2.0 Underfloor Fan Tray from Degree Controls
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Are you responsible for data center airflow management? Do you need to move increased volumes of cool air from existing computer room air conditioning (CRAC) units to server inputs? The HotSpotr 2.0 underfloor air mover eliminates data center hot spots. It is intended to be attached to underfloor stanchions, independent of the perforated floor tile […]

Volumetric airflow measurement, °C Grate
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Need to add basis to your efficiency conversations? Collect the data first. Proper cooling architecture is of the utmost importance when considering overall energy consumption and cost effectiveness within a data center. PUE (Power Usage Effectiveness), RCI (Rack Cooling Index), and COP (Coefficient of Performance) are measures that deserve to be part of cooling and […]

Floor tile airflow measurements in datacenters
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Perforated Floor Tile Airflow Measurements Data center cooling is key to protecting IT equipment, maximizing capacity, and optimizing efficiency. In a raised floor data center, cool air is pumped into an underfloor plenum and delivered to IT equipment through perforated floor tiles. Measuring airflow rates through these floor tiles is essential to validate CFD models, […]

c grate balancing data center airflow
Posted By: Jan Fischer

Help Prevent Downtime and Reduce Costs Data centers continue to be vital to daily operations. The demand for information is high, and businesses thrive on data and internet. Data center cooling is essential and prevents costly downtime and premature equipment failures. Measuring and monitoring data center airflow and temperature is also essential to ensure cooling […]

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