Rear door cooling is a perfect choice for high-density computing environments that use High-Performance Computing (HPC).
The hot exhaust air produced by the active equipment is pulled into the cabinet via the active equipment fans. It then passes over a heat exchanger matrix either by its own velocity or pulled through via EC centrifugal fans mounted within the door.
Heat is then transferred and rejected to the coolant, resulting in chilled air passing back into the room at the predetermined room ambient temperature.
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