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Posted Wednesday, October 05, 2011 2:23 AM


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Hi aigle101,

This is a very good question, and is been asked by sevaral Data Center Management personnel. There are basically two ways as suggested before to sub contract the whole cooling and HVAC to another vendor or to do it yourself, now doing it yourself is not that tough for staters i would suggest you at first identify your server type weater it is HP or Dell or IBM etc. on the specs sheet it has got the power rating of the equipment. The designed rack power should have the equivalent cooling. eg. if the rack is designed for 3.5 KW then the colling also should be of minimum 3.5 but desireable is of 4 KW.

Hope this information is good for you, Please let me know if you have any further query

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Posted Monday, November 21, 2011 11:52 PM
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A lot of great comments from everyone. The only thing i would add is a server lifter to help deploying heavy equipment. This seems like the best one on the market - http://www.serverlift.com
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Posted Wednesday, December 14, 2011 1:53 AM
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Thanks for the discussion.

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I did not understand ur qus ....
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Posted Monday, July 01, 2013 5:14 AM
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this is for for this discussion i have increase my knowledge by this discussion..!!



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For a new data centers, you can check for the following requirements at least for good air conditioning:

1. Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) of data center. Should be close to 1.0.
2. Networked Liebert DSE CRAC units
3. Raised floor for improved airflow
4. Closed loop free air-side economizer
5. Cold aisle containment system

Here, you would definitely want to check how data centers are cooled or air-conditioned.


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Posted Tuesday, September 12, 2017 1:28 AM
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It is an established fact that managing the airflow within the data center is an important step in planning of the data center. Establishing new data center is that the management should understand the cooling system. Typically, in a data center, 50% of the energy is consumed by the IT equipment, 33% by the cooling equipment and 17% is taken up by the power distribution equipment.

www.http://in-row-cooling.blogspot.in
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