SWEP will be a first time exhibitor at Data Centre World, taking place at London’s ExCel from 2 to 3 March. The company is also exhibiting at Futurebuild at ExCel from 1 to 3 March.
Estimates from various sources suggest that data centres account for between 2 and 5 per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions. And cooling systems are responsible for up to 40% of the power consumed in a typical data centre.
Installing and maintaining an efficient cooling system will greatly reduce operational costs and energy usage and an efficient heat recovery system will further optimize the system. SWEP BPHEs excel at providing reliable, accurate and efficient solutions for both cooling and heat recovery of Data Centres.
Joakim Palmberg, Manager Segments and Corporate Business Development, SWEP International commented “While energy efficiency in cooling systems is a key driver for ensuring a data centers’ maximum effectiveness, optimization of floor space is also an important element considering the total cost of ownership, especially in the White space, which is the functional area within a data center for IT equipment. The advantages of using SWEP BPHEs include their compact footprint, high efficiency, modularity and cost-effectiveness.”
SWEP is also part of the conference program, presenting on the topic ‘Compact heat transfer for low power usage (PUE) and high-density data centres’. The presentation will take place on March 3rd in the Energy Efficiency, Cost Management and DCIM theatre at 15.55 BST.
SWEP is exhibiting in stand D631 at the Data Centre World Conference.
For more on SWEP’s Data Centre solutions, please visit: https://www.swep.net/campaigns/data-center-cooling