The use of electricity in the IT sector has both financial and environmental significance. Many data centres consume as much electricity in their cooling systems as in their servers. This has both cost and power availability implications. It is believed the IT sector has a bigger carbon footprint than air travel and consumes over 5% of the developed world’s electricity.
Direct Evaporative and Free Cooling
How EcoCooling systems operate
In very cold climates, where ambient temperatures never exceed 25°C, fresh air can be used all year round to cool a data centre. This is called free cooling and EcoCooling’s ECV range is designed specifically to exploit these climates to achieve world-class levels of efficiency. However, in warmer conditions, or when IT equipment requires cooler inlet temperatures, EcoCooling uses direct evaporative cooling in their products and systems as an energy efficient and reliable alternative to refrigeration for data centre cooling.
Cooling your Data centre
Reduce your cooling costs by up to 90%
EcoCoolers are used as part of a mechanical ventilation system to provide a cost effective alternative to refrigeration for large buildings. Evaporative coolers have a supply air temperature dependent upon the ambient temperature and humidity. Reduce your IT or data centre cooling costs by up to 90%, comply with ASHRAE 9.9 and produce a PUE of under 1.1
An EcoCooling direct evaporative cooling system can reduce your IT or data centre cooling costs by up to 90%, comply with ASHRAE 9.9 and produce a PUE of under 1.1.
Data centre cooling solution
“Hydro66 had a very clear vision of how we could bring a new model to colocation – one where the customer wins significantly on both cost and sustainability. We were fortunate to discover EcoCooling who were able to exceed our expectations. Not only in terms of pure efficiency of their equipment but more importantly their desire and capability to enhance their solutions to our specific use case.”