As our digital dependency is growing, so HVAC engineers are selecting mechanical systems that balance high reliability with low energy and life-cycle cost for data centres. Munters systems use a cooling/heat rejection strategy that achieves a balance of reliability and energy efficiency for data centre's using as little as 20% of the cooling energy required by conventional cooling systems.
Munters climate control systems for modern data centre's use humidification, dehumidification and cooling technology to take advantage of the local climate, energy sources, data centre operating specification and sustainability needs of the customer. Air conditioning can impose 1/3 of a centre's power bill and the energy from business use of servers and computers have substantial energy impacts and consume 0.75% of global CO emissions. The cost to power and cool data centers is starting to exceed the cost of devices.
Today's data centre's are more advanced and frequently offer data access and storage for multiple clients through remote “cloud” servers. Cloud computing is popular because it enables companies to transfer and host data on internet clouds using minimal equipment or management effort. This is creating a demand for larger data centre's that house numerous racks, and this additional server hardware creates a tremendous amount of heat that must be controlled with advanced cooling technology.
With over 300,000 air treatment systems installed worldwide and 35 years of experience with air-to-air heat exchangers and evaporative cooling, Munters advanced cooling systems provide data centre's the desired cooling using significantly less energy than standard air conditioning. Munters Oasis systems integrate DX, chilled water, indirect and direct evaporative and economizer cycles to meet the specific requirements of any facility.
For assistance from your local Munters data centre team contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call our Global Enquiry team on +44(0)1480410223