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Perimeter Cooling

Room Cooling

Perimeter Cooling Solutions for Edge Environments

At one point, standard HVAC systems could handle the cooling requirements of network closets or small computer rooms. But as Edge environments increase in density and criticality, cooling methods such as AC ducts, spot coolers or mini split units have become ineffective.

CEG offers both custom and vendor-manufactured perimeter cooling solutions that specifically address the Edge’s unique space, temperature, and humidity requirements.

MiniSplit-DRS – Do More with What You Have

Many edge facilities invested in a comfort mini-split system before rack cooling units were an option. CEG’s MiniSplit-DRS is our proprietary ducted return and supply system that improves efficiencies and increases extends the life/usefulness of your existing HVAC.

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Duct the supply when the mini split HVAC system is placed in the hot aisle.

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Duct the return when the mini split HVAC system is placed in the cold aisle. OR

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Duct both the supply and return for complete airflow separation in cases where the unit is placed to the side or other location.

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Perimeter Cooling Systems

CEG offers a variety of room cooling solutions from industry-leading manufacturers that can support a wide range of applications, from small computer rooms to enterprise data centers.

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DX Systems

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Water/glycol-cooled

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Packaged Systems

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Ceiling-mounted Systems

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Variable Capacity

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CRAH Systems

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Dry Coolers & Pumps

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Microchannel Condenser Units

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Integration & Installation

  • Need to reduce operating and energy costs?
  • Looking for ways to meet sustainability, decarbonization goals?
  • Spending too much time chasing hot spots?
  • Experiencing cooling capacity constraints?

  • Join Schneider Electric and CEG on Wednesday, December 14 for a discussion on cooling complexities in today’s data centers and learn how dynamic control will solve this problem.

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