“Many data centers in London now have people working with hoses on the roof,” says Adrian Trevelyan, director of after-sales services at Airedale International, which supplies and maintains cooling systems for data centers.

“Small data centers in dense urban areas operating at near full capacity are likely to need emergency hose irrigation in hot weather,” said Trevelyan, as this irrigation lowers the ambient temperature around the evaporator coils and continues to dissipate heat effectively. declined to name specific companies using the technique.

“It can save you a lot of trouble on a very hot day, but you can shorten the life of your equipment,” says Sophia Fluker, director of data center consulting firm Operational Intelligence.

Source: Ferra

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