Airedale enhances its SmartCool PAC units

Airedale, air conditioning, data centre, computer room, PAC

Airedale has developed an air-cooled DX inverter-driven variant of its SmartCool precision air-conditioning system. SmartCool SV DX i-drive PAC covers cooling capacities from 5 to 83 kW and delivers very precise air-supply temperatures up to 26°C under variable heat load and outside temperatures from -20 to +50°C.

A special feature is an optional segregated evaporator coil that provides a high level of control over dehumidification and cooling capacity when operating under constant-pressure control.

Designed for high-density applications using elevated return-air temperatures, hot- and cold-aisle containment as well as perimeter environments, the SmartCool SV range is available with the option of high-capacity compressors for extreme temperature applications.

The range is designed for pipe lengths of up to 100 m, providing a great deal of flexibility for data-centre architects in siting outdoor condensers without compromising efficiency and performance.

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