Hybrid cooling

In moderate climate zones, HybridCooling is the most efficient and most environment-friendly method to supply your data center with cooling.

Similar to DualCooling, this is a redundant combination from two cold-production methods. With cooler outside temperatures up to 23 degrees celsius, this method works with direct free air cooling before seamlessly switching over to mechanical cooling methods.

Direct free air cooling = Up to about 22°C outside temperature cooling takes place through intake of filtered air.

Moreover, mechanically produced coooling is mixed into the system. In germany, temperatures are usually below 22 degrees for 90 percent of the year, compared to pure mechanical cooling you can save up to 85% of operating cost and more.

With HybridCooling you can reach an overall effectiveness rating PUE of 1,06 on an average of 350 days a year.

In addition to energy efficiency, the system offers further advantages: All systems with Direct free cooling systems have separate circuits for the circulation of air and the mechanical refrigeration.

Due to the low power consumption of the fans (supply and extraction), It is therefore possible to ensure cooling also in UPS mode. UPS backup times of 30 minutes and more can therefore be used effectively.

The system also ensures the cooling of closed supply and exhaust valves for example in case of fire in the area or malfunction of the flaps.

By Control mechanisms, designed by innovIT AG, temperature and humidity are kept reliably within specifications for data centers by ASHRAE

With the high-quality filter technology (F7) high air purity is ensured. The systems are also approved for food production and pre-filter for clean room facilities of the pharmaceutical industry. The most energy efficient method to air-condition data centers ... A HybridCooling System – Made in Germany.

For your individually taylored solution of an HybridCooling or other energy efficient alternatives, please don't hesitate to contact us.

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