Modern Data Centers - The Role Of Water Filtration Systems
Modern data centers are complex, keeping them running safely and efficiently requires continual close monitoring and management. Many organizations consider their server room, or data center, to be 'mission critical'. Data centers are operating 24/7, making it a critical factor in the organization's success. It is to no surprise that many companies are in search of solutions that mitigate the risk of their data center failing, or experiencing any downtime at all. Among the various tasks facing data center managers, one that is reviewed and maintained on a regular basis is ensuring the temperature of the server room is just right. Should the temperature and humidity rise to excessive levels, condensation can start forming - thereby damaging the data center systems from within. Fortunately, there are various server cooling technologies that will help keep your data center temperatures at optimal levels of efficiency.
As you will learn below, water filtration systems play an important role in keeping data centers across the globe cool. Thousands of gallons of water can flow through an average data center cooling system each day. Bringing with it debris, scale, and biological activity. These unwanted particulates under 5 micron in size can build up over time, causing drastic amounts of waste (in both energy and time cleaning or repairing the system). Vortisand cross-flow microsand filtration systems are leaders in high efficiency submicron media filters, helping reduce energy, water waste, downtime and unwanted maintenance.