Air-displacement system

DataSox distributes a large volume of air down into data center cold aisles, but with low 400-fpm velocities that don't upset critical equipment intake and exhaust or room return-air-containment balances.

04/13/2017


DuctSox DataSoxDataSox distributes a large volume of air down into data center cold aisles, but with low 400-fpm velocities that don't upset critical equipment intake and exhaust or room return-air-containment balances. It also offers the flexibility of directional spot-cooling capabilities with adjustable nozzles for high-wattage servers. DataSox features factory-engineered, energy-efficient ¼- to ½-in. wg of static pressure and results in cold-aisle temperatures 3 to 5°F lower than traditional distribution, but with up to 40% less CRAC flow rates, especially when complemented with VFD equipment. Using DataSox helps data centers achieve lower PUE levels, which makes it an ideal sustainability product for green construction projects.

DuctSox Corp., www.ductsox.com

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