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  • Duct Sealing & What is Fire Stopping

    09 Jan 2019 Carl Pike

    WHAT IS FIRE STOPPING?

    Fire stopping definition is the sealing of any openings to prevent a fire. The primary goal of fire stopping is to prevent both smoke and heat from passing through gaps

     

  • Over the past 15 years Duct Sealing has become an important factor when designing and constructing new buildings; however, it remains both a task and a product that a lot of companies overlook and underestimate the time required to effectively seal ducts.

     

  • DataCool small bore hoses

    19 Nov 2018 Geoff Kelley

    In addition to the popular DN25 DataCool hoses a small bore version has now been added with a 6mm bore version shown with ultraFLOW non spill quick connect couplings alongside a 25mm bore DataCool hose.

     

  • DataCool water hose assemblies

    12 Nov 2018 Geoff Kelley

    The DataCool range of hose assemblies has been developed by Hydraquip specifically for the DC market to overcome some of the most common issues faced by designers, installers and developers when choosing a suitable hose for these environmenmts.

  • Whether planning a new or expanding an existing data centre, it is essential to source the safest, most flexible and cost-effective raised floor and over-head infrastructure. Making the right decision will define the strategy and operational life of the whole data centre, future proofing it for years to come. The use of an innovative load bearing ceiling solution will give data centre and facility managers the maximum flexibility to reconfigure their data centre infrastructure in accordance with ongoing requirements – by saving time, material and labour costs. Daxten will present the innovative Bergvik structural suspended ceiling solution at the Data Centre World 2018 exhibition being held at ExCel, London on the 21st and 22nd March (Stand D540). In addition the company will show innovative and efficient solutions for the distribution of power, the optimisation of the cooling infrastructure and comprehensive monitoring of the data centre.

  • To control and analyse information relating to the operation of a data centre is a must for data centre facility managers, who want to achieve balanced loads, exploit potential energy savings and create the perfect environment for IT equipment. However, in existing data centres the ability to gather this critical information is very often missing. Retrofitting is usually time-consuming, requiring lots of installation, cabling and configuration work. To make the situation worse, quite often different proprietary solutions are used for the monitoring of power, environmental conditions and leak detection. In addition, often the control of all monitoring units cannot be handled centrally by one joint management tool. Therefore, for all those who would like to avoid high labour costs and the difficulties and frustration in monitoring implementation, it is advisable to take a closer look at a comprehensive monitoring solution called Packet Power. It is based on wire-free radio technology and therefore requires no cabling or configuration work. The solution, which is availabe from Daxten, brings all the mentioned monitoring functions together on one single platform. It will be demonstrated on the Daxten stand (D540) at Data Centre World 2018, which is being held at ExCeL London on the 21st and 22nd March.

  • To ensure conditioned air makes its way from the CRAC unit through the raised floor, to the cold aisle and ultimately to the front of the server racks,it is necessary to ensure optimal airflow conditions at all raised floor openings. Using conventional grilles or perforated tiles is not ideal as they are unable to direct the conditioned air with the required pressure and velocity to equally cool hardware at the top and bottom of the cabinets. The passive Triad floor tiles from RLE Technologies are equipped with stratification airflow fins that ensure cooled air is directed to all cabinet levels. The unique design of the tile means that they can also be deployed to counteract the effects of negative airflow. The tiles fin and baffle design reverses the effects of air being sucked under the floor which is particularly common in vented tiles located close to CRAC units. These floor tiles will be presented on the Daxten stand (D540) at Data Centre World 2018, which is being held at ExCeL London on the 21st and 22nd March.

  • Dantherm Group will be part of one of the largest data centre exhibitions in the UK – Data Centre World 2018 – and will bring with them their vast array of products to tackle data centre cooling and dehumidification.

  • The Datev eG datacentre has a storage space of 20,700,000 gig, hosting an array of equipment and technology. The network infrastructure is huge, and has on average 500,000 remote users logging into the computer centre.

    A sudden power failure would have devastating effects on process and reliability, therefore the consequences of a shutdown are potentially catastrophic for the datacentre and its users.

    Datev selected Bender Residual Current Monitoring technology to monitor and provide advanced warning of developing causes of electrical failure and provide full visualisation of the electrical infrastructure.

    The result is prior warning enabling preventive remedial action, saving Datev considerable time, money and preventing datacentre or equipment shutdown.

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    There are a lot of good reasons why data centre experts need to deal with the issue of leaks: the fact is, leaks have always been one of the primary causes of unscheduled downtime in data centres along with human error, interrupted power supply and hardware failures. If liquids get into the sensitive areas of a data centre, there could be system disruptions, equipment and facility failures or, in the worst case scenario, serious technical and structural damage to the entire data centre infrastructure that could bring operations and all IT services to a standstill.

    For the data centre manager the question is not if, but when there will be a leak in the data centre. And because it’s anyone’s guess as to when and how this could happen, taking precautions at an early stage by adopting a water and chemical detection leak system is an important mission critical decision.

  • Luna Logisitcs supports first phase of major European Logistics Project for global air conditioning company at KAO Park Data Centre

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