Data Centre Cooling

Air intake solutions for optimising performance

Data Centre Cooling

Air intake solutions for optimising performance

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Data Centre Cooling

Seasonal weather is often responsible for damaging data centre cooling equipment, whether it be freezing conditions, pollen, insects or air-borne debris. Failure to protect against the weather and the seasons can cause operational problems, airflow restriction and a reduction in cooling efficiency.

Data Centre Cooling Challenges

Airborne Debris

Foreign materials both organic and inorganic are naturally drawn inside air inlets either blocking fin coils or providing a food source for bacteria. Restricting airflow reduces cooling efficiency, whilst high levels of bacteria in a wet system can lead to concerns over legionella. Cleaning your internal cooling equipment should be part of maintenance routines, but airborne debris can often be difficult, time consuming and expensive to remove.


Winterization is often required for industrial cooling equipment to prevent the damaging effects of high wind, low ambient temperatures, and icing conditions. Failure to protect against low ambient temperatures can cause both operational and production problems. Extreme conditions can result in structural damage to the equipment such as water leakage and fill collapse.

Maintaining Airflow

Maintaining fan flow rate through the air inlet and not increasing obstructions or pressure drop is critical in enabling the fans to run efficiently. This can be achieved through our custom design and specialist fabric technology



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