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In order to offer the best possible space utilization, and to accommodate the potentially rapid expansion of new IT equipment, modern data centers have implemented a high-density model, based primarily on blade server technology. This model requires a higher power supply density, and can thereby create more significant problems with heat dissipation. In order to address these issues, round-the-clock air conditioning is sometimes deployed as a cooling system solution. However, the expense of using this method for data center cooling can end up accounting for up to 45% of the total electricity expenses incurred by the data center. With this in mind, heat dissipation and electricity expenses are important indices against which operational expenditures of the data center can be measured.

iMuhandis  Precision Air Conditioning range is designed for a wide range of applications where close control, high precision air conditioning is essential, including data centre cooling, medium and low density server environments, telecom switching stations, medical operating theatres and clean room environments.