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    Tate Tasman Access Floors reveals in-floor cooling systems to Australian market

    Tate Access Floors

    Tate Tasman Access Floors recently showcased its new in-floor cooling systems are the Data Centre Trade Show held in Sydney on 14 June 2012.

    These innovative products include:
    • DirectAire™ airflow panel
    • SmartAire® variable-air-volume (VAV) damper
    • PowerAire® fan-assist module
    • KOLDLOK® air sealing grommets
    All four products are cost-effective solutions for high-density, diverse and variable-load data centre environments.

    Some of the key benefits include:
    • DirectAire™ achieves 93% total air capture. Unlike other floor panels, DirectAire™ delivers airflow to standard server racks at an angle, achieving a 93% rate of Total Air Capture (TAC). 
    • SmartAire® controls airflow to server racks. SmartAire® dampers are electronically controlled, precisely adjusting the amount of air passing through an individual panel to meet the rack's current cooling needs. 
    • PowerAire® cools hot spots in data centre. The PowerAire® fan-assist module effectively manages the cooling requirements for dense server racks and blades.
    • KOLDLOK® improves air sealing performance. Tate KOLDLOK air sealing grommet is designed to prevent air leakage from the underfloor plenum where penetrations in a raised floor are needed to deliver power, data and other services to equipment above the floor.
    Tate Tasman's data centre can provide more information on its in-floor cooling devices and White Paper on data centre cooling.
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