Server Rack Cooling RearCool Rack

RearCool Racks are a direct cooling rack for high heat loads, like blade servers, and clusters High Preformance Computers (HPC computing), but also an efficient data center space-cooling in an even existing rack can be upgraded without downtime as part of the retrofit concept. The cooling principle is very simple and extremely efficient. Server suck on the front and blow air back warmed to 35°C - 50°C air with the built-in rear door microchannel cooling coil with high air permeability and low-profile design (t = 7 cm). Due to the highly efficient cooling process neutral cool air with approx. 23°C temperature by the rack rear door is blown into the data center space. Find out more about the technical details of RearCool Racks!

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