What’s Special About Data Center Cooling?
Because data centers give off so much thermal energy, an HVAC system must balance energy savings with appropriate heat reduction techniques. Staxmatic’s engineers create mechanical systems that monitor temperature, air flow, and humidity. Hot air is vented out, while cool air is brought in and recycled to keep servers protected. We’ll also work with you to determine whether air cooling, liquid cooling, hot-cold layouts, or close-coupled cooling is best for your facility.
What Type of Plumbing
Should Data Centers Have?
When it comes to data center construction and maintenance, many business owners think of energy usage and sufficient cooling first, but plumbing is central to building operations. Sturdy pipes are needed to transport chilled water for cooling. If there’s a leak, raised floors provide somewhere for water to go, and by-pass valves can be used to shut off water flow. It’s important to work with an experienced contractor during design and installation.
Life Cycle Facility Support for Data Centers
Staxmatic offers more than construction, performing rapid emergency response in cases of HVAC system malfunction to protect your information. Call us for design-build and spec-bid projects, and rely on us for service across the entire life cycle of your facility.