Room optimisation assesses how a current facility is operating and identifies any inefficiencies that may be occurring via the cooling system.
By finding and highlighting issues, plans can be formed to make improvements which can result in higher cooling efficiencies, released capacity and better resilience.
Through room optimisation, higher densities can potentially be realised in areas where this was not thought possible.
With correct cooling/airflow management there exists the potential to integrate high-density cabinets with alternative cooling means, such as rear-door heat exchangers, without compromising the integrity and thermal conditions of the room.
Help to discover risks and potential improvements
Schedule with returns on investment
Reduction of thermal risks by keeping critical IT systems at the right temperature
Optimisation of expensive cool air
Building thermal and cooling optimisation into an ongoing risk management strategy
Energy savings of at least 25% without any major capital expenditure
Removal of hot spots
Breaking the bad habit of over-cooling