Traditional under-floor cooling is provided via dedicated computer room air-conditioning (CRAC) units that blow conditioned supply air into an underfloor plenum. Depending on the aisle containment system, this is either ducted back or left as an open return.
A traditional 600x600mm raised access flooring panel is the most commonly used system. However we offer a full range of raised floor finishes to suit all applications of cabling and cooling from standard and anti-static vinyl to perforated floor tiles (90% vented), to maximise the airflow with the least possible resistance.
We also offer a bespoke design service including raised floor brush grommets to limit the air loss at cable entry points.
With an increasing number of legacy facilities in the UK, 2bm can offer you both practical and cost effective solutions to upgrade your computer raised flooring.
We pride ourselves in using environmentally friendly products and our installation teams will ensure this is done with minimal disruption to your day to day operations.
So whether is replacement of data centre floor tiles on an ad hoc basis or a total refurbishment of your existing surface, 2bm can advise which option is best for you.
Vast experience of under-floor cooling
Under-floor fans which maximise energy efficiency
Control strategies to ensure risk-free operations
Cost-effective cooling that is effective for a variety of densities up to 15kW/rack