Evaporative Cooling Performance

The performance of an EcoCooler is dependent upon the temperature of the air and its relative humidity. Higher temperatures give greater cooling. Low relative humidity gives greater cooling

Supply Air Temperature Achieved By EcoCooling Coolers

Amb.

Relative Humidity

Temp

20%

30%

40%

50%

60%

70%

80%

20°C

12.0

13.0

14.5

15.5

16.5

17.5

18.5

25°C

16.0

17.0

18.5

20.0

21.0

22.0

23.0

30°C

19.5

21.0

22.5

24.0

25.0

26.5

28.0

35°C

23.0

25.0

26.5

28.5

30.0

31.5

32.5

Ecocooling evaporative cooling mission statement
In the UK during a typical hot period the ambient temperature approaches 30°C. This coincides with a Relative Humidity of under 50%. As the air passes over the pads it will typically cool down to about 22°C. There is less cooling in the night as the temperatures reduce and the humidity rises.

Evaporative Cooling performance chart

The graph below shows the performance of a cooling unit in the UK

Evaporative Cooling performance chart

In cool conditions the EcoCooler operates in ventilation mode and in hot conditions in cooling mode. A sophisticated control system which comes as standard can automatically set the fan speed to constantly minimise the electricity use of the fan.
 
align="center">A Bristol Data Centre expects to make savings of £60,000 of electricity per annum and over 438 tonnes of carbon giving an extremely environmentally friendly air cooling solution - the graph below clearly shows the immediate effect of installing Evaporative Cooling Equipment.

Carbon Responsible Cooling in the Bristol Data Centre

To see the performance achievable across the the UK and the World please see our EVAPORATIVE COOLING WEATHER DATA page

 

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