November 2, 2011

CEO of United Metal Products to Speak at ASHRAE

The CEO of United Metal Products has been asked to speak at the technical session at the upcoming ASHRAE Central Arizona Chapter meeting.   He will be speaking on System Design of Evaporative Cooling Equipment with a focus on “Right Sizing Evaporative Cooling Solutions.” Below is a brief bio on the Chief Executive Officer of  United Metal Products: […]
October 12, 2011

Data Center Cooling in the Silicon Valley

United Metal Products has developed, manufactured, and deployed energy efficient cooling solutions for all types of facilities over their 30+ year history.  In the last several years, the expertise of the United Metal Products engineering and manufacturing team has been in high demand in the data center space.  One region in particular that has tremendous potential to […]
October 12, 2011

The Art and Science of Data Center Cooling

In the continued interest of reducing  overall OPEX more and more data center owners are seeking out energy efficient ways to cool their mission critical facilities.  While there are definitely opportunities to save significant amounts of money through applying efficient solutions such as evaporative cooling, there are also dangers that need to be avoided.  In other words, […]
October 7, 2011

High Corrosive Unit Air Handler: The HCU™

United Metal Products has developed a new solution for applications that are in humid areas that lead to corrosion.  After successfully deploying the solution on several facilities in recent years, United Metal Products officially announced the release this week of  the HCU™ (High Corrosive Unit Air Handler).  The HCU™ is the perfect solution for parts of the […]
September 9, 2011

United Metal Products to Present at AFCOM Data Center World Conference

United Metal Products team members will be presenting at the Data Center World (AFCOM) National Data Center Conference next week in Orlando, Florida.  They will be giving a seminar entitled “Ten Dangers/Mistakes in Applying Evaporative Cooling on Data Centers.” If you are interested in learning more about the benefits and dangers of evaporative cooling in the mission […]
September 9, 2011

Come Visit United Metal Products at AFCOM’s Data Center World Expo Booth #534

United Metal Product’s will be at the upcoming Data Center World Conference presented by AFCOM.  They will be in booth #534 presenting some of their mission critical cooling solutions that integrate evaporative cooling techology. If you have a data center where you are hoping to integrate evaporative cooling into the cooling strategy contact to schedule a […]
August 30, 2011

The Dangers of Applying Evaporative Cooling on Data Centers

The data center industry has become very focused on the reduction of  energy usage as a means to significantly reduce the overall OPEX of mission critical facilities.  One of the largest single areas of energy usage in the data center comes from the cooling systems that are applied.  Some end users have experimented and applied different types […]
August 25, 2011

The Art and Science of Evaporative Cooling Data Centers

Over the last several years it has become more common for data centers to seek to implement the energy efficient technology of evaporative cooling.  However, there are dangers to doing this which some end users and manufacturers have overlooked.  United Metal Products has been designing evaporative cooling equipment for almost 35 years and has  had the opportunity […]
August 23, 2011

United Metal Products Team Member Contributes Article for Cover Story of Mission Critical Magazine

Recently, one of United Metal Products team members contributed an article for the cover story of  Mission Critical Magazine, a leading publication for the data center marketplace. The article discusses a customer-centric business model that our family of  companies seek to implement. While a customer-centric business model seems like common sense this article briefly provides a framework […]
August 15, 2011

Should I use Evaporative Cooling to Cool a Data Center?

It is fairly common knowledge that upwards of 6% of all the power consumed in the United States takes place in data centers.  One of the most significant contributors to the power consumed in data centers has to do with the cooling solutions that have traditionally been applied.  Many end users have operated with the mindset that […]