Based upon a non-raised floor, this hot aisle containment project comprises dual hinged doors, and the Polar Cap 2 retractable roof system. This design provides containment for systems that utilize in-row cooling units.Let us find a solution for you
Hot aisle containment through raised flooring, vinyl strip doors, and vinyl Rack Hat of varying height to provide containment in gaps between the ceiling, cabinets, and potential missing cabinets.Let us find a solution for you
Hot aisle containment system with raised flooring, dual sliding doors, and rigid wall panels. This project accommodates varying cabinet heights through the use of brush, and provides a modular system that can be installed and supported via overhead strut channel.Let us find a solution for you
Hot aisle containment system with raised flooring, dual sliding doors, and rigid wall panels. This project provides the ability to create a return plenum, while being able to work and build around infrastructural considerations such as ladder racks.Let us find a solution for you
Hot aisle containment consists of a physical barrier that guides hot exhaust airflow back to the AC return.
Hot aisle containment (HAC) takes advantage of the natural properties of warm air rising. The HAC system directs the upward airflow to an AC return system such as a drop-ceiling void. The HAC can increase cooling efficiency by 30% or more. Several cascading adjustments include: temperature and RH set points, lower AC fan speeds, and an increased chilled water set point.
A variety of hot aisle containment configurations are shown below. These are actual customer projects, custom designed for their unique challenges.
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