INDUSTRY NEWS: posted 7 March 2019

The FläktGroup team will be demonstrating two of their data centre cooling solutions via special exhibition units, at DCW at London’s ExCel next week, on Tuesday 12th and Wednesday 13th March on exhibition stand D1030.

DCW visitors will have the opportunity to see the Adia-DENCO and Multi-DENCO F-version products in action.  The product demonstrations form part of a programme of activities to help data centre managers control their operating conditions in the most energy efficient way.

In addition to the product demonstrations and having representatives on hand to discuss the cooling solution design options, installation, commissioning, monitoring and servicing of their climate control solutions, the company will also co-sponsor the show’s 6th Generation Data Centre Innovation Cube. Mike Hayes, FläktGroup UK’s applications specialist, will take part in a panel discussion there on why corporate environment strategy and data centre growth need to go hand in hand. The panellists will also examine how technology can support longevity and help data centres align with future regulations.

Yan Evans, FläktGroup’s global director for data centre solutions, says, “The world’s data centres are handling an increasing volume of data and, as such, energy consumption is growing at a phenomenal rate. The need to employ smarter technologies to deliver close climate control in a more energy efficient way is becoming more pressing. As data centres continue to be scrutinised for their green credentials, maximising their uptime whilst reducing their consumption of natural resources will remain a priority.

“We look forward to seeing customers and industry stakeholders at DCW in London, not only to discuss these issues but also to look at how the latest cooling and ventilation technology can support the future generation of datacentres.”

About FläktGroup:

FläktGroup was created in 2016 through the acquisition by Triton, a private equity company, of Fläkt Woods and the merger and subsequent integration with Denco Happel. FläktGroup has an annual turnover of circa €700m, employees of around 3900 people globally, has 16 manufacturing sites and has a presence in 65 countries.

In the Data Centre market, and through the Denco Happel brand, FläktGroup has extensive product, application and market experience and expertise in precision cooling within small telecoms rooms and IT server rooms, through to Co-Location sites and Hyperscale Data Centres from the Nordics to various regions within the southern hemisphere.

FläktGroup offers a wide range of innovative and energy efficient cooling solutions for Data Centre applications. This includes in-room and in-row Close Control Units with cooling via a direct expansion system or from a centralised chilled water supply. We have a market leading range of Air Handling Units specifically developed for Data Centre projects including Adia-DENCO (Indirect Evaporative Cooling solutions), Direct Free Cooling Units, Fan Wall Units as well as more conventional AHU designed with cooling coils served by chilled water via cooling towers or centralised chiller plant.

Globally FläktGroup has seven plants manufacturing products for Data Centre applications including locations in Central Europe, the Nordics, India, USA and South East Asia. FläktGroup therefore has the capability, capacity and global footprint to support projects on all continents.

FläktGroup also offers a range of services to support the products and solutions being supplied including Application Engineering, Factory Acceptance Testing, Project Management, Site Assembly and Supervision, Commissioning and IST support. FläktGroup offers Planned & Preventative Maintenance (PPM) and Reactive Support on a 365/24/7 basis through either our own employed engineers or through fully trained and certified partners.

For more information, please visit www.flaktgroup.com or contact David Kyle, Business Development Manager on David.Kyle@flaktgroup.com or +44 (0) 7778 351898

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