Data Center Cooling

December 8, 2020

Arizona Data Centers

Many large scale data center providers now have facilities in the East Mesa Technology Park as well as the Goodyear, Arizona and Surprise region. These projects are in part, no doubt, to the great work done back in 2013 by the Arizona Data Center Coalition, in helping to get AZ HB 2009 passed and put into A.R.S. […]
January 15, 2015

Evaporative Cooling for Data Centers (even for Enterprise & Colo Data Centers)

Data Center Owners and Operators are constantly looking for ways to reduce the total cost of ownership of their facilities.  Some cutting edge technology companies have adopted direct evaporative cooling as the technology of choice to cool their data centers.  This is in large part due to the significant reduction in PUE that evaporative cooling provides which […]
March 25, 2010

Data Center Cooling: The Next Level of Water Side Economizing

Over the last few years United Metal Products® has worked with high profile data center owners and mission critical engineering firms to help improve energy efficiency in the data center.  As a result of these efforts United Metal Products® has developed another innovative and  energy efficient strategy for cooling data centers. The AHCTM by United Metal Products® is specifically […]
September 4, 2009

Introducing United Metal Products’ Energy Efficient CRAH’s

United Metal Products has developed an energy efficient CRAH that is perfect for data centers.  The energy efficient design of this CRAH not only helps owners save money by reducing electricity costs, but it also has a unique layout that allows for an increased degree of system flexibility both in the unit and in the overall facility […]
March 19, 2009

Energy Efficient Data Center Cooling

At the ASHRAE Winter Conference in Chicago, IL, there was much discussion around the topic of efficient data center cooling.  One of the contributing factors to the increased discussion was ASHRAE’s decision to raise the  recommended supply air temperature for data centers from 77 degrees Fahrenheit to 80.6 degrees Fahrenheit.  The widening of the range is consistent […]