The demand for Data Centers is growing at an accelerated pace and keeping these facilities constantly operational is essential. Alongside this absolute focus on reliability, the industry is also now seeking solutions that reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions associated with data center operations.
With a wide portfolio of Oasis Indirect Evaporative Cooling (IEC) systems, Munters' team of data center specialists can provide comprehensive design support to data center cooling engineers. Sophisticated design software provides detailed financial and thermal performance predictions, including hourly energy consumption for the full year, based on predictive weather data.
Typical medium to large-sized data centers require 0.5 to 50 MW of cooling capacity. The recommended supply air temperature for computer rooms is 80.6°F (27°C), according to ASHRAE Thermal Guidelines for Data Processing Environments 2009a, making the Munters Oasis IEC an ideal choice. Market research continues to predict ambient computer room temperatures will increase to even higher levels, making these indirect evaporative solutions even more cost effective.
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