Sunday, 19th September 2021

Airedale to unveil its next generation InRak

British cooling systems manufacturer, Airedale International, is set to showcase its new InRak™ (300mm) on Stand L35 at Data Centre World (Excel London 15th and 16th March 2017) along with a number of other solutions, all of which are engineered to perform, in today’s data centre environment.

InRak™ (300mm) in-row cooling system (8-36kW)

The InRak™ is a precise and high performance in-row cooling solution which offers industry leading cooling efficiency for its capacity. With an EER of 73.6, the InRak™ provides up to 54% more energy efficient cooling for its capacity than its nearest competitor.

Designed to sit between the server racks in a hot aisle containment configuration, the InRak™ takes advantage of its position close to the server heat source and the higher return air temperatures that are associated with it, providing targeted IT cooling via the shortest, direct route.

Easily scalable, the InRak™ allows for incremental increases in cooling requirements, with its compact, modular design. This makes it easy for multiple units of different size and capacity to be added as load increases or to eliminate hot spots.

With flexibility at its core, the InRak™ requires no floor or ceiling void and has a small footprint. Compatible with racks from any manufacturer, it includes easy and simple connection points that allow for fast installation from either above or below.

Driven by smart controls logic, the InRak™ delivers complete confidence; aisle differential pressure control; and dual power supply.

SmartCool™ i-drive unit (5-83kW)

An inverter compressor precision air conditioning unit designed for use in high density applications using elevated return air temperatures. The SmartCool™ i-drive delivers exact setpoint control for superior efficiency and performance

OnRak™ rear door heat exchanger (3-35kW)

The OnRak is a resilient rear door heat exchanger designed to manage high discharge temperatures directly from the server into the aisle space. It provides up to 35kW cooling with an EER of 114.5 (n); 183.0 (n+1).

ACIS™ Building Management System (BMS)

ACIS™ provides a highly graphical, simple-to-use BMS to manage and optimise cooling and other building services, from any manufacturer, in a single, integrated system across multiple sites and communication protocols.

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