Raise your DCP ( Data Centre Productivity) By Aisle Containment
10 Oct 2019
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The amount of energy used to maintain acceptable temperatures in the data center can be greatly reduced by aisle containment. Data center containment is the separation of cold supply airflow from hot air coming out of equipment exhaust. Rahi Systems Hot and Cold aisle containment systems focus the flow of the cold air on your IT equipment while minimizing any mixing with hot exhaust air. Isolating hot and cold air not only reduces the operational costs associated with cooling but also allows for greater equipment densities. Rahi offers a variety of aisle containment solutions, including rigid aluminum, metal and fiber-reinforced plastic products.
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