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Cold Aisle Containment

Containment system lets you create containment installations without problems. Increase efficiency and cut energy costs.

Cold Aisle Containment

Cold aisle containment is a technique that is used to increase cooling efficiency and also reduce power consumption at the same time in data centres. The efficiency is increased by keeping the hot and cold air separated. During installation of these components, cold air is normally fed through a false door that leads to the aisle. The air flows through the server racks at the front and then removes the heat from the equipment that has been installed and it is later expelled a hot air that passes through the cabinets rear. From here, the air conditioning system in the data centre is used to remove the hot air.

Consistent separation of cold and hot air

Cold Aisle Containment

Hot Aisle Containment

Overpressue in the containment: Blow-in temperature of air conditioner is almost the same as the temperature in front of the servers.

No temperature layering in front of the 19″ plane inside the containment.

No subcooling: possibilities to optimize temperature in data centers.

Higher packing density per cabimet is possible with the same climate control elements.

Low investment with short ROI – no maintenance costs.