Is your computer room air conditioning (CRAC) out dated?
Floating Head Initiative
Computer room air conditioning (CRAC) units play an invaluable role in data centers, maintaining precise air temperature, circulation and humidity in high-density computing environments. While these CRAC units employ complex climate control techniques, most legacy units rely on unsophisticated air conditioning (A/C) strategies of operating at a high fixed condensing pressure.
Floating head pressure, a progressive climate-control technology, reduces energy consumption in air conditioning system architectures. This technology offers long-term savings benefits and operational reliability because of its ability to adapt to ambient temperatures and regulate condensing temperatures. This reduced energy consumption translates directly into energy savings, typically as much as 20 percent.
Reduce energy consumption and costs with refrigeration optimization
Floating Head Pressure Benefits
• Lowers energy consumption and costs
• Increases compressor A/C tonnage capacity
• Extends compressor and system life through reduction in compression ratios and cycles
• Improves sustainability (refrigerant reduction and lower energy consumption)