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    Airflow Management’s Role in Data Center Cooling Capacity

    New White Paper – Airflow Management’s Role in Data Center Cooling Capacity, by Larry Mainers

    Airflow management (AFM) is changing the way data centers cool the IT thermal load. In the simplest terms AFM is the science of separating the cooling supply from the hot return airflow.

    AFM’s impact on cooling capacity is huge. This is because the traditional cooling scenario without the full separation of supply and return airflow requires as much as four times the cooling capacity to satisfy the same thermal load. This creates the unnecessary need for cooling units due to airflow inefficiency.

    Data center managers can easily determine the percentage of inefficiency by counting the tons of available cooling capacity and measuring it against the IT thermal load measured in kW.

    To read more click here.

    Data Center Containmentdata center coolingLarry MainersSubzero EngineeringUNIFLOW
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