Data Centers


Following revised ASHRAE temperature and humidity guidelines for data centers, alternative and more efficient cooling technologies can now be utilized. Air2O cooling technology can be applied within Data Centers/Server Rooms around the world, providing significant energy savings. Furthermore Air2O technology can also be used as a 100% recycle system, removing the issue of poor indoor air quality that can be created by 100% fresh air systems.

Rapidly-increasing data traffic is driving the demand for data storage, which is resulting in continuous expansion of the global datacenter market. According to a new report from research firm Research and Markets, the global data center construction market will grow to nearly $23B by 2019. With this growth comes a tremendous demand for cooling solutions that are unique from other applications. Data Centers must be constantly operational while maintaining a much narrower range of acceptable temperature and humidity levels than a typical building. With the large amount of electronics housed in one area, it’s critical to keep everything cool without adding humidity, as servers are particularly sensitive to moisture.

Since Data Centers have such a large energy profile, require high levels of internal air quality, and need to keep temperature and humidity in tight parameters, they are often best served by hybrid evaporative cooling systems.

Air2O’s systems meet the revised ASHRAE temperature and humidity guidelines while also being much more energy efficient than traditional HVAC systems. Additionally, they also are able to eliminate the issue of poor air quality that plagues traditional systems.

These state-of-the-art hybrid systems are also more efficient at regulating different zones within the building. It is easy to keep the server room and other sensitive areas of the data center within the strict parameters while making other areas of the facility more comfortable for the people working there. Furthermore Air2O technology can also be used as a 100% recycle system, removing the issue of poor indoor air quality that can be created by 100% fresh air systems.

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