There are multiple ways in which data center operators and owners can improve the efficiency of their data centers. One of the most strategic and eco–nomically advantageous of those ways is by addressing the mechanical systems that these facilities use. It has been estimated that approximately 1.5% of all the electricity that is used in the United States is consumed by data centers (Report to Congress on Server and Data Center Energy Efficiency). Roughly one third of the power used in data centers is used by HVAC equipment and fans. Or to put it another way 0.5% of all the electricity that is used in the United States is consumed by the cooling equipment in data centers.
United Metal Products has been working with data center owners, facility managers, and engineers to optimize power savings through the application of innovative cooling technology. One of the most recent innovations is allowing data center owners the opportunity to eliminate compressors from the cooling system in the data center without sacrificing reliability or compromising the mission critical aspect of the facility.
If your organization is currently building/retrofitting a data center (or in the development stage), contact email@example.com to learn about how our innovative solutions can help you improve your bottom line by achieving optimal efficiency.