Hundreds of thousands of servers in a data centre generate a huge volume of heat while it transfers and processing data. Removing heat is the biggest challenges in maintaining a data centre. Removing heat is the biggest challenges in maintaining a data centre. Precision cooling and heat rejection equipment is used to collect and transport this unwanted heat energy to the outside atmosphere. If the heat is not under proper control, the servers may malfunction and this will result in data loss.
To operate a data centre, reliably and efficiently all the servers and other components should be maintained within the recommended temperatures, most commonly from 18°C to 27°C and (64.4 to 80.6 degrees Fahrenheit), with relative humidity anywhere between 20 and 80 per cent. And the real challenge is the temperature range must be maintained on a 24x7 basis.
HRS is fully set to provide energy-efficient solutions that reduce power conception to cool the data centres and keeping servers running. HRS is committed to avoiding excess cooling and thus we can save valuable resources.