The most energy efficient way to air cool your data center is to use a raised floor. Supplying cool air from the floor and utilizing the natural convective forces of warm exhaust air coupled with the proper integration strategies outlined below, a high performance data center with maximum investor and tenant value will be achieved.
Cast aluminum construction with conductive epoxy painted coatings or bare surface. 56% Free area achieves densification never before possible with perforated panels. Unique design provides seamless compatibility with All Steel and ConCore® panels. One GrateAire® can cool over 12kw of heat and up to 25kw in a contained system at .2 inches H2O
Unlike other grates the DirectAire panel angles the airflow toward the equipment achieving a 93% Total Air Capture (TAC) rate by a standard server rack. This means 93% of the airflow delivered through the grate is entering the face of the server rack, providing the highest cooling capacity and energy efficiency of any grate on the market.
Tate’s SmartAire electronically controlled variable air volume damper used in conjunction with DirectAire adjusts the amount of air to meet the specific needs of the rack it services.
Tate’s PowerAire fan assist module is designed to provide a blast of cooling through an individual airflow panel. Multiple control options are available to automatically turn on when conditions require additional cooling.
KoldLok® Grommets prevent costly bypass airflow, reduce hotspots, and improve the Power Usage Effectivness of your data center. Immediately increase the efficiency of your entire cooling system with this simple solution that delivers quick payback and long term energy cost savings.
The SubZero Cube cable cutout cover is the most efficient way to fill in openings in your raised floor. The cube comes in several standard sizes that will cover most any opening required. It also can be ordered for custom sizes. The cube is made of a fireproof material. Installation is easy. Simply compress or squeeze the cube, place into opening and release. Larger cubes can be used to create a subfloor wall or baffle.