New Guide to Cooling Server and Telecom Closets in Heated Buildings
December 22, 2008
LONG BEACH, Calif. - MovinCool® has announced publication of a new free guide for facility and IT managers and mechanical contractors, “How to Avoid IT Equipment Overheating - in Winter: Cooling Server and Telecom Closets in Heated Buildings.”
“Many businesses use converted closets to house their server and telecom equipment, but often they do not have a way of keeping these closets cool when the building’s main air conditioning system is switched to heating mode,” said John Doran, senior manager, heat management and customer service. “This puts them at high risk for equipment damage and costly system downtime.”
MovinCool’s new seven-page guide addresses this problem by examining the advantages of a new class of ceiling-mounted spot air conditioners, which are well suited for small spaces. The guide is available as a free download from the MovinCool Website at www.movincool.com/pdf/coolheatedbuildings.
MovinCool is a brand of Denso Corp. In the 1980s, Denso was a pioneer in the concept of workspace spot cooling to meet its own factory needs in Japan. Since then, MovinCool has developed a range of portable and ceiling-mounted spot air conditioning systems for many different applications. For more information, visit www.movincool.com.
Publication date: 12/22/2008