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ServerCool Portable Air Conditioning: Portable Air Conditioning Units

AirPac brand portable air conditioning units can be used as emergency computer server air conditioning in the event of a shutdown of facility air conditioning. According to the company, a server can fail due to overheating, which can cause a server to crash, often leading to the loss of a lot of data. The units can be rolled into place and fit through a 32-inch doorway. They can produce up to 120,000 Btu of cold air, and can be rented or purchased.

ServerCool Portable Air Conditioning, Dallas, TX; 469-766-8188; bruce@servercool.com; www.servercool.com

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