QuadraNet Cold Aisle Containment – Status Update
It’s officially been three months since we have begun implementing cold aisle containment within our Los Angeles datacenters.
The project, headed by Director of Operations, David Morris and Support and Facilities Manager, Andrew Moore was completed in October 2016 and QuadraNet has seen positive and significant results since the completion of this project.
Cold Aisle containment allows for energy efficiency, the concept behind it is containing the cold air in cold aisles, to increase cooling capacity and the cooling efficiency of the datacenters.
With this cold aisle containment project, we have seen cooling efficiency increase by over 35%. The cold aisle containment project augments and goes hand-in-hand with our existing cold and hot row aisles arrangement within our datacenters, by enclosing the cold aisle. As the cold air cannot escape or be contaminated by the hot air, we provide constant and consistent temperatures at both the top and bottom of the server racks. This set up has many operational advantages as we’ve witnessed first-hand, and also helps ensure server longevity.
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