Prevent your server room, and your servers, from overheating with expert server cooling system installation from Pinder Cooling & Heating.
Computer room cooling system design and installation
Your servers generate a lot of heat. They’re vital to your business, and damage or failure can result in significant loss of your data assets. Minimise the risk of server malfunction and organisational disruption with server room air conditioning units installed to suit your space.
Understanding your specifications
Our experienced engineers are up to date with the latest data centre cooling technologies. They visit your site to understand exactly what you need from your server room cooling units. Supplying systems from leading manufacturers including Mitsubishi Electric, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI), Panasonic, Daikin, Fujitsu, Toshiba, and Hitachi. We offer warranties of up to 7 years and high-performance cooling systems that work even in very cold weather.
Our server room cooling solutions will take into account:
- The size of the server room determines the size of the cooling system that is needed
- The heat load. This is the amount of heat that the cooling system needs to remove from it.
- The ambient temperature of the room will affect the efficiency of the cooling system.
- The desired temperature and humidity levels of the room.
- The budget will determine which type of cooling system can be purchased.
- The desired features of the server room cooling system.
You know you’re always getting a quality server room cooling system design and installation service from Pinder.
Which air conditioning system is best for server room cooling?
Single-split air conditioning systems are ideal for server room cooling. It is essential that any server room cooling systems are separate from the rest of the building, should the worst happen. Multi-split and VRF systems would not be suitable for this application.
It’s also vitally important to use a system that is fit for purpose with a suitable cooling efficiency. Avoid systems that are designed to be used in domestic settings.
What are the cooling requirements for a server room?
Data centres and server rooms need to provide 24/7 climate control for your equipment to avoid any disastrous equipment failures. Server rooms must keep air temperature between 19-21°C ideally, but definitely within the 18-27°C range.
They must also monitor humidity and keep it below 40-50%. As humidity levels rise, condensation can form on the server equipment, potentially causing significant damage.
Install suitable control systems with sensors placed throughout the server room to monitor the temperature and humidity in the room
Benefits of data centre cooling systems
Computer equipment in server rooms creates a lot of hot air. Avoid damage to your systems by maintaining an ideal temperature. Not maintaining an ideal temperature can cause your equipment to overheat, potentially causing damage that will be detrimental to your business.
Overheating a server room will cause equipment to run poorly, increasing energy costs. Heat can reduce the lifespan of your equipment, leading to costly server room cooling repairs or replacements.
Increased heat can greatly impact the performance of your servers. The result could be slow running systems, frequent crashes or outright failure.
Keep in mind that a server room can also be too cold. This could lead to increased condensation and static electricity, both of which could greatly damage your servers.