Triad Chamfer ICE Airflow panels cool data centres by 5-15 degrees

Alyssa Dalton
April 29, 2013
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April 29, 2013 - Triad’s Chamfer ICE Airflow panels are designed with River Cooling System, boasting optimal data centre and server farm hot spot cooling for any raised floor systems that have maximum stringer width of 1.75-in. These panels are built to provide 1500-5000 lbs. of concentrated load capacities. Triad’s Hi-Plume Stratification Fin claims to provide increased upper server cooling by reducing upper/middle/lower server temperatures 5-15 degrees, while overall lowering energy consumption. In a retrofit, the Triad panels can replace existing perforated panels as a way to lower cooling costs and protect servers.

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