Data center electrical systems, as well as the computers and other equipment they supply, generate thousands of watts of heat. Using computational fluid dynamics, Murphy Company DCS excels in pinpointing the sources and flow of heat within a data center and installing the mechanical systems necessary to keep the facility running within a safe, cost-effective and manageable temperature range.
This work is critical for new designs and of the utmost importance in upgrading existing data centers.
Here are 3 questions our clients have about data center mechanical systems:
1. Does the existing mechanical systems offer optimal efficiency?
2. Should I look at hot aisle or cold aisle for my containment strategy?
3. How best to I approach modular design and build of my new mechanical system?
o Hot/cold aisle
o Airflow management
o Environmental air conditioning systems
o CRAC units
o Direct Expansion, glycol, evaporative, and chilled water systems
o In-row cooling
o Rear door heat exchangers
o Automation and controls