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Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd
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Better by design exploring containment options to optimise every cooling kW - Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd

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With many alternative cooling solutions available it can be confusing as to which most improves efficiency and reduces operating costs for your data centre? Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd …

With many alternative cooling solutions available it can be confusing as to which most improves efficiency and reduces operating costs for your data centre? Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd will demonstrate the benefits and constraints of your options to propose an optimised free-cooling solution for each application type, using CFD modelling and actual site data to demonstrate best practice.
This presentation was delivered at DatacenterDynamics 2012 by George Hannah. George Hannah is Product Development Director for Airedale International Air Conditioning Ltd. He plays a key role in strengthening Airedale’s position at the forefront of precision air conditioning and chiller development, by leading an expanding programme of new product development and the application of new generation technology. His remit is to steer the company's expansion into developing rack level cooling systems and innovative cooling solutions that increase data centre efficiency, raise free-cooling potential and harness and reclaim energy. George heads a product development team of twenty three, including sponsored PhD students and graduate apprentices. He is a chartered mechanical engineer with a B Eng (Hons) from Heriot Watt University. For more information, please visit http://www.airedale.com/dcd

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  • Use this slide to set some context for who Airedale are and why they are delivering this pptAiredale is a global provider of efficient cooling solutions, with long-standing experience (nearly 40 years) in precision cooling in the IT industry. It is the largest UK chiller manufacturer, a pioneer in free-cooling technology and an industry leader in the development of rack level cooling. We are working in partnership with Rltec to go a step further and embed a new technology in our products, unique in the cooling industry, which will:- balance energy demand - reduce carbon - generate revenue
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    • 1. George Hannah, Product Development DirectorBetter by design, exploring containment options to optimise every Cooling kW
    • 2. Why Airedale? Global provider of efficient cooling solutions Almost 40 years experience in IT industryLargest UK manufacturer of IT cooling solutions A pioneer in free-cooling technology An industry leader in rack level cooling
    • 3. Who Are We?
    • 4. Who Are We?
    • 5. What Do We Do?50,000 applications since 1974 2011 1,200 last year
    • 6. Business Issues Footprint Uptime And DensityOperational Efficiency Costs Capital Costs
    • 7. Types of Containment
    • 8. The 2nd Law of Thermodynamics“The second law states that spontaneous natural processes increase entropy overall, or in another formulation that heat can spontaneously be conducted or radiated only from a higher-temperature region to a lower- temperature region, but not the other way around.” TH TC TW
    • 9. Open Aisle (500kW Facility)Temperature (oC) 45 40 35 30 25 Return 20 15 Supply 10 Total heat load 5 kW per Rack 5 Total number of cabinets 100
    • 10. Cold Aisle Containment (500kW Facility)Temperature (oC) 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 Total heat load 5 kW per Rack 5 Total number of cabinets 100
    • 11. Hot Aisle Containment (500kW Facility)Temperature (oC) 45 40 35 30 25 Additional IT opportunity = 20 420kW 15 10 Total heat load 10 kW per Rack 5 Total number of cabinets 50
    • 12. InRak Hot Aisle Containment (500kW Facility)Temperature (oC) 45 40 35 30 25 Additional 20 IT opportunity = 15 420kW 10 Total heat load 9.8 kW per Rack 5 Total number of cabinets 51
    • 13. OnRak Compact Hot Aisle (500kW Facility)Temperature (oC) 45 40 35 Additional IT opportunity 30 =1880kW 25 20 15 10 Total heat load 20 kW per Rack 5 Total number of cabinets 25
    • 14. ECHO - Compact Hot Aisle (500kW Facility)Temperature (oC) 45 40 35 30 Additional IT opportunity = 894kW 25 20 15 10 Total heat load 20 kW per Rack 5 Total number of cabinets 25
    • 15. Supply and Return Temperatures Temperature (oC) Supply Return OnRak 45 40 ECHO 35 InRak 30 25Hot Aisle 20 15Cold Aisle 10Open Aisle 5
    • 16. Supply and Return TemperaturesTemperature 0C Return Air 45 40 35 30 25 20 Supply Air 15 10 5 0 CRAC Open Cold Hot Cold InRak OnRak ECHO Aisle Aisle Aisle Aisle
    • 17. What is Free Cooling?Indirect - AIR Direct - AIR Indirect - WATER IN OUT
    • 18. Free Cooling Open Aisle Free cooling Concurrent Mode MechanicalHours per year 600 1% 300 48% 51% -6 -2 6 2 10 14 18 22 26 30 Ambient Temperature (ºC)
    • 19. Free Cooling Cold Aisle Free cooling Concurrent Mode MechanicalHours per year 600 300 6% 62% 32% -6 -2 6 2 10 14 18 22 26 30 Ambient Temperature (ºC)
    • 20. Free Cooling Hot Aisle Free cooling Concurrent Mode MechanicalHours per year 600 300 25% 67% 18% -6 -2 6 2 10 14 18 22 26 30 Ambient Temperature (ºC)
    • 21. Free Cooling InRak Free cooling Concurrent Mode MechanicalHours per year 600 300 25% 67% 18% -6 -2 6 2 10 14 18 22 26 30 Ambient Temperature (ºC)
    • 22. Free Cooling OnRak Free cooling Concurrent Mode MechanicalHours per year 600 300 20% 69% 11% -6 -2 6 2 10 14 18 22 26 30 Ambient Temperature (ºC)
    • 23. Free Cooling ECHO Free cooling Concurrent Mode MechanicalHours per year 600 1% 300 89% 10% -6 -2 6 2 10 14 18 22 26 30 Ambient Temperature (ºC)
    • 24. Free Cooling Free cooling Open Aisle Cold Aisle Hot AisleConcurrent Mode Mechanical InRak OnRak ECHO
    • 25. Technical Matrix System Space claim Space claim Free-cooling efficiency (cooling (IT opportunity (Annualised equipment equipment (%) PUE) (m²) (m²)Open Aisle 49% 1.45 14 60Cold Aisle 68% 1.38 14 60Hot Aisle 92% 1.30 14 30 InRak 92% 1.29 12 30 OnRak 89% 1.26 3 15 ECHO 99% 1.24 14 15
    • 26. Commercial Matrix Month Operating Total Payback Capital costs costs operating period (annualised) £/kW p.a. (months)Open Aisle £139,996 £291,402 £99 13Cold Aisle £143,878 £125,869 £84 14Hot Aisle £124,383 £95,585 £58 16 InRak £190,575 £60,350 £56 14 OnRak £186,620 £57,827 £33 15 ECHO £192,208 £42,992 £27 15
    • 27. Case Study: Open Aisle Containment System Space claim Space claim Free-cooling efficiency (cooling (IT opportunity (Annualised equipment equipment (%) PUE) (m²) (m²)Open Aisle 49% 1.45 14 60Cold Aisle 68% PUE 1.38 14 60 2.0Hot Aisle 92% 1.30 14 30 InRak 92% 1.29 12 30 1.5 OnRak 89% 1.26 3 15 ECHO 99%0 1.24 14 15
    • 28. Case Study: Open Aisle Containment The chillers give us 1500kW n + 1 cooling plus astunning reduction in electricity consumption i.e. 2.5 times cooling capacity for 100 – 150kW less power consumption per day. Mark Ford Data Centre Manager
    • 29. Case Study: Cold Aisle Containment System Space claim Space claim Free-cooling efficiency (cooling (IT opportunity (Annualised equipment equipment (%) PUE) (m²) (m²)Open Aisle 49% 1.45 14 60Cold Aisle 68% 1.38 14 60Hot Aisle 92% 1.30 14 30 InRak 92% 1.29 12 30 OnRak 89% 1.26 3 15 ECHO 99% 1.24 14 15
    • 30. Case Study: Hot Aisle Containment System Space claim Space claim Free-cooling efficiency (cooling (IT opportunity (Annualised equipment equipment (%) PUE) (m²) (m²)Open Aisle 49% 1.45 14 60Cold Aisle 68% 1.38 14 60Hot Aisle 92% 1.30 14 30 InRak 92% 1.29 12 30 --------- --------- OnRak 89% 1.26 ------ 3 15 95% ECHO 99% 1.24 14 15
    • 31. Case Study: Hot Aisle ContainmentAiredale provides us with a fully integrated cooling solution designed for maximum efficiency andcritical redundancy…Our carbon neutral status helps our clients take huge steps towards their own environmental goals and carbon reduction commitments. Rob Garbutt Chief Executive Officer
    • 32. Case Study: InRak Hot Aisle Containment System Space claim Space claim Free-cooling efficiency (cooling (IT opportunity (Annualised equipment equipment (%) PUE) (m²) (m²)Open Aisle 49% 1.45 14 60Cold Aisle Guaranteed PUE 1.29 68% 1.38 14 60Hot Aisle 92% 1.30 14 30 InRak 92% 1.29 12 30 OnRak 89% 1.26 3 15 ECHO 99% 1.24 14 15
    • 33. Case Study: InRak Hot Aisle ContainmentThe InRak is perfectly designed…the units are veryclever; they ‘talk’ to each other and maintain pressure in the room. ACIS gives us 24/7 control of the operation and peace of mind. Mike Marchant Data Centre Manager
    • 34. Case Study: OnRak Compact Hot Aisle System Space claim Space claim Free-cooling efficiency (cooling (IT opportunity (Annualised equipment equipment (%) PUE) (m²) (m²)Open Aisle 49% 1.45 14 60Cold Aisle 68% 1.38 14 60 35% savings vs. standard DXHot Aisle 92% 1.30 14 30 InRak 92% 1.29 12 30 OnRak 89% 1.26 3 15 ECHO 99% 1.24 14 15
    • 35. Case Study: OnRak Compact Hot Aisle Our HPC facility at Leeds is growing …by meeting our space constraints and slotting into our existing cooling loop, the OnRak units from Airedale have saved us space in an already densely packed environment Dr Jon SummersSenior Lecturer, School of Mechanical Engineering
    • 36. Increased IT Opportunity Cooling AdditionalSpace m2 Rack (m2) Equipment (m2) Space (m2)100 30m² 32m² 56m² 45m² 80 60 40 20 0 Open Cold Hot InRak OnRak ECHO Aisle Aisle Aisle
    • 37. 3 Year Lifecycle Cost £ Total Capital Operating Costs PUE(millions) Cost (over 3 years) 1.2 1.45 1.38 1.30 1.29 1.26 1.24 1.0 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.2 0 Open Cold Hot InRak OnRak ECHO Aisle Aisle Aisle
    • 38. Business Issues Footprint And Density UptimeOperational Efficiency Costs Capital Costs
    • 39. Contact Us For more information on any of our products please visit: www.airedale.com Or alternatively, call us on + 44 (0)113 239 1000 Connect with us on YouTube, LinkedIn or Flickr: www.youtube.com/airedalecoolingwww.linkedin.com/company/airedale-international-air-conditioning- ltd?trk=hb_tab_compy_id_110826 www.flickr.com/photos/airedale-air-conditioning/

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