Schneider Electric Ecoflair Indirect Air Economiser data centre cooling system
The Schneider Electric Ecoflair Indirect Air Economiser cooling system uses a proprietary polymer heat exchanger technology to provide a cost-effective, energy-efficient approach to data centre cooling.
The product addresses the persistent challenge of maintaining optimum operating temperatures in data centres while keeping energy consumption to a minimum. This allows a greater proportion of data centre energy to be available for powering IT equipment, improving facility power usage effectiveness (PUE). In addition, the design removes cooling equipment from the data centre floor, freeing up valuable white space.
Available in 250 and 500 kW modules, the product is designed to be flexible and offer greater customisation according to the cooling requirement and local conditions, simplified installation and associated expenses, and increased serviceability together with lowered maintenance costs.
The scalable approach makes this product suitable for co-location facilities rated between 1 and 5 MW (250 kW modules) and large hyperscale or cloud data centres rated up to 40 MW (500 kW modules). The modularity also allows the cooling to grow at the same rate as power upgrades, according to the needs of the data centre as IT loads expand.
Indirect air economisation can be deployed regardless of most environmental or climactic conditions pertaining to the data centre’s location — the technology is typically suitable for at least 80% of all global locations.
Such adaptability helps data centre owners to standardise the cooling architecture of their facilities around the world, providing repeatable designs that speed deployment and reduce operational and maintenance costs.
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