|Minimum Order Quantity||100 Ton|
|Capacity||100TR to 6000TR|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
Data center design and construction is one of our specialties. However big or small, and regardless of your building limitations, our specialist design team will find the right solution for your date center & server room. This will incorporate high specification air conditioning with latest energy saving features, fire protection systems and power management. All this at very competitive prices and installed to meet or surpass manufacturers’ recommended installation requirements.
As part of our quotation and site inspection, we will help you consider the main date center room design criteria.
Date Center room location and design: Date center room location is the first consideration, before even considering the layout of the room’s contents. Most designers agree that, where possible, the computer room should not be built where one of its walls is an exterior wall of the building. Exterior walls can often be quite damp and can contain water pipes that could burst and drench the equipment.
Certainly avoid exterior windows that will not only be a security risk, but also be susceptible to breakages. Also, try to avoid both the top floors and basements that may be prone to flooding or leaks in the case of roofs. If a centralised server room is not feasible, server closets on each floor may be an option.
Air conditioning designs for most computer or server rooms will vary depending on various design consideration, but they general fit into two types “up-flow” and “down-flow” configurations.
Up flow air conditioning: This type of air conditioning draws air into the front and underneath the air handling unit (AHU), cools the air over the heat exchanger, then distributes the cooled air out through a discharge plenum or through duct work.This air conditioning configuration is well suited to retro fitted server rooms when raised floors are either of inadequate depth or don’t exist at all.
Down flow air conditioning: Typically, this type of air conditioning unit draws the air into the top of the air handling unit, cools the air over the heat exchanger, then distributes the air out of the bottom into the floor void. This conditioned air is then discharged into the server room via strategically placed floor grilles and onwards to equipment racks.
Direct Expansion(DX) Air Conditioning: This type of air conditioning is well suited to small and medium sized rooms. It has lower initial installation costs and is very scalable as and when further cooling capacity is required.
A further benefit DX air conditioning is that each air handling and condenser unit comprises of a self contained cooling unit. So a fault in a pump or within a section of pipework will not affect other air handling units. Thus providing the resilience of the facility.
Server Room Future Proofing: The one thing we know about server rooms is that the demands on them are constantly changing. Whatever the requirements of your computer room are today, next month or next year they will be different. So, an essential part of computer room design is future proofing such that new requirements can be accommodated with minimal effort.
As your computing requirements grow, so will your cooling requirements. As a rough guide, for every additional 100kW of equipment installed, a further 30kW of energy is required to cool it. So our air conditioning designs will have scalability designed in from the outset, so as your business grows, increased capacity can be quickly added at minimal cost.
Air Conditioning redundancy
A number of options can be designed into your computer room and we can make recommendations for n+1 (or even 1+1) redundancy depending business requirements.