The Digitalis data center uses a combination of direct and indirect free cooling for cooling. The unique solution in Slovakia contributes to higher reliability and is also more environmentally friendly. Thanks to the use of adiabatic evaporation cooling, hybrid cooling towers and water free cooling, Digitalis saves up to 2/3 of cooling costs, while maintaining ideal operating conditions in data halls. The entire system was designed in cooperation with the company E.D.T.
If the combination of temperature and humidity of the outside air is satisfactory, direct free cooling is used to cool the halls.
If the outside temperature drops below 20°C, incoming air is mixed with air from the hot aisles. Before entering rooms, air is also moistened to the ideal 40 to 60% RH. That eliminates conditions for the creation of static electric charge.
At ambient temperatures above 23°C and if the outside air has suitable humidity, cooling by adiabatic evaporation is used, so that air supplied to the rooms meets the prescribed parameters.
Air cooling and circulation in data rooms is ensured by reliable redundant air conditioning units with an Emerson water heat exchanger.
The necessary cold water is supplied to the air conditioning units in the hall by four independent water circuits. The circuits are in 3+1 redundancy and in the event of a failure of any circuit, the remaining circuits are able to cover 100% of the cooling capacity.
By passing through moist membranes, air can be cooled by up to 10°C. The drier the air, the more it can be chilled by the adiabatic evaporation of water.
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