There were power problems and hotspots were a major issue in the data center. It was a challenge just trying to maintain a consistent temperature throughout the room, “There were days when some units at 76°F and others between 82°F and 93°F. It’s not equipment threatening level yet, but it is worrisome — and not energy efficient.”
To keep the services optimized and for on growing business needs. They decided to manage infrastructure on a specific centralized data center that should be modular , scalable, redundant and meets the TIA standards.
A guiding principle for the design of the facility was to eliminate all single points of failure of critical systems, the unique nature of the building’s design and fabric required Dolman Mall to reduce the footprint of existing data center, also reducing the capacity of the comfort cooling system. N+1 Critical power backup system and Chilled water serves underfloor air handling units; computer room air handlers and the underfloor areas are served with thermostatic zone terminals at Cold Aisle.
Vertiv dual Cooled system (Direct expansion and Chilled water) is provided to the compact AHU offering N + 1 redundancy, CW is Primary cooling and DX for redundant it’s design perfect for Critical application. Energy-saving four-staged cooling maximizes part-load efficiencies, reduces water consumption, and improves reliability. EER upto 4 at 45°C design condensing temperature. Liebert EC fan modulates the fan speed according to load density, saving nearly 30% of energy consumption.