Portable Cooling - Your New Superhero

by Bobby Beato on 7/18/19 3:17 PM

After finishing up another long day at work, you come home completely exhausted and immediately collapse onto your bed, like an anvil. You're out like a light. A few hours go by and then an alarm blares into your ear. What now?? You grab your phone, and squint your eyes to see what it is. Your read, “High temperature detected in your Data Center.” It's 3 a.m. It’s the middle of the night, what are you supposed to do?  What repercussions is this going to have for your business? How much downtime are we talking here?

This scenario is especially likely in summer months, as your A/C system is working as hard as it can, and the possibility for failure is at its highest. Even with routine maintenance, major failures can still occur. It’s essential to keep your company's equipment at its ideal temperatures in order for it to operate at its peak efficiency. So, what are you supposed to do when your A/C system fails? The downtime can be devastating to your business, whether it’s from a routine or emergency maintenance shutdown.


Commercial portable A/C rentals are the most effective and convenient temporary cooling system option for emergency downtime. DVL can help you and your company with immediate delivery, and you can rent by the week or the month. If this is a solution you need, or you don’t want to be stuck without a solution if you’re ever in this jam, read about our variety of different sizes for a number of supplemental cooling applications.

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Topics: critical air conditioning, emergency, portable cooling

Emerson Network Power Announces Water and Energy-Saving Liebert® DSE with Liebert EconoPhase Economizer Approved for California Data Centers

by Marissa Donatone on 10/6/15 9:27 AM

Designed to save millions of gallons of water and increase energy efficiency by up to 50 percent

liebert-dse-mediumColumbus, Ohio [September 16, 2015] – Emerson Network Power, a business of Emerson, (NYSE: EMR) and the world’s leading provider of critical infrastructure for information and communications technology systems, today announced that the California Energy Commission (CEC) has approved the use in California data centers of the Liebert® DSE thermal management system with the Liebert EconoPhase Pumped Refrigerant Economizer. The Liebert DSE system represents a break-through technology that uses no water and saves up to 50 percent of thermal energy, through its patented design and advancedLiebert iCOM™ controls.  

“The Liebert DSE system is a great environmental steward. When used in a typical mid-sized data center of one megawatt load, the Liebert DSE is significantly more efficient than current cooling systems, and eliminate the use of around four million gallons of water each year. If deployed broadly in California data centers, the Liebert DSE with EconoPhase could save hundreds of million gallons of water every year,” said John Peter Valiulis, vice president North America marketing, thermal management, Emerson Network Power.
The CEC has approved the Liebert DSE system with Liebert EconoPhase as a prescriptive economization option, as part of Title 24 of the the CEC’s 2103 Building Energy Efficiency Standards For Residential and Non Residential Buildings, meeting the code’s requirements for energy efficiency and its prescriptive requirements for economizers.
The Liebert DSE system eliminates the need for any water in the heat rejection process and associated chemical water treatment, and it eliminates the risk of exposure to harmful waterbound bacteria. In addition, the Emerson modeling for the CEC compliance program demonstrated an 8 to 10 percent reduction in the data center Time Dependent Valuation measure, compared to the water economizer prescriptive option. The Liebert DSE system design also reduces or eliminates several of the power components associated with water economizers. In actual usage, the entire Liebert DSE system has demonstrated thermal system energy savings of up to 50 percent over older legacy systems.
For more information on Emerson Network Power’s Liebert DSE with EconoPhase or other products and solutions, visit www.EmersonNetworkPower.com.
About Emerson Network Power
Emerson Network Power, a business of Emerson, is the world’s leading provider of critical infrastructure technologies and life cycle services for information and communications technology systems. With an expansive portfolio of intelligent, rapidly deployable hardware and software solutions for power, thermal and infrastructure management, Emerson Network Power enables efficient, highly-available networks. Learn more at www.EmersonNetworkPower.com.
About Emerson 
Emerson, based in St. Louis, Missouri (USA), is a global leader in bringing technology and engineering together to provide innovative solutions for customers in industrial, commercial, and consumer markets around the world. The company is comprised of five business segments: Process Management, Industrial Automation, Network Power, Climate Technologies, and Commercial & Residential Solutions. Sales in fiscal 2014 were $24.5 billion. For more information, visit www.Emerson.com.
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Topics: data center infrastructure, data center design, DVL, energy, DC Power, critical air conditioning, HVAC, Thermal Management, capacity, cooling, Data Center efficiency, ASHRAE, power, water cool

The Benefit of Increasing Return Air Temperatures

by Marissa Donatone on 8/20/13 8:44 AM

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Topics: data center infrastructure, Data Center, data center design, data center infrastructure management, efficient data center, 7x24 exchange, critical air conditioning

Is your organization trained on the new NFPA 70E requirements?

by Mike Rinaldi on 9/24/12 3:30 PM

New NFPA Electrical Safety Rules Mean Changes for Your Data Center

A service professional is working on a piece of electrical equipment. He’s done it hundreds of times before, but in a moment of carelessness or by total accident, an arc flash occurs. Most of us think this couldn’t happen to us. The truth is that electrocutions are the fourth leading cause of traumatic occupational fatalities, and according to the American Society of Safety Engineers, more than 3,600 workers suffer disabling electrical contact injuries annually.

Check out the Is Your Data Center Prepared for an Outage? whitepaper


To help prevent electrical injuries and deaths, the new 2012 version of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 70E: Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace makes important changes in the areas of safety, maintenance and training.

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Proper gear and procedures are critical when working with energized electrical equipment. Employees working on electrical equipment without adequate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) risk serious injury or death when an electrical arc occurs.

Is your organization trained on NFPA 70E requirements?

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Topics: Emerson Network Power, data center infrastructure, Data Center, data center design, data center infrastructure management, robust data center, electrical distribution, reduce downtime, data center outages, critical air conditioning

LEED Silver Data Center

by Mike Rinaldi on 9/7/12 11:42 AM

NTT: Taking the LEED lead in Hong Kong

NTT Communications now operates Hong Kong’s first LEED:EBOM certified data center. Taylor Man, NTT Com Asia’s Executive Vice President for New Business, explains why the standard is becoming so important for the country’s data center industry.

The focus on Corporate social responsibility (CSR) by governments, regulators and increasingly customers is driving sustainability in the data center sector. And market volatility, focus on expenditures and rising operational costs has further led to demands for process efficiency, the streamlining of operations and lower energy usage.

While operating right at the heart of bustling at the heart of bustling Hong Kong, NTT Communications started to look for ways of being more ‘green’. We found the answer with LEED:EBOM, the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design standard issued by the Green Building Council for Existing buildings, Operations and Maintenance).

NTT became the first data center in Hong Kong to receive LEED Silver certification EBOM for its Hong Kong Data Centre after proving large energy savings due to efficiency measures. The data center is in a seven-floor building, which covers 212,000 sq ft that was launched in 2009. It provides high-availability services and has been built to handle mission critical environments, with a Tier III infrastructure.

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Topics: Emerson Network Power, data center infrastructure, Data Center, PUE, robust data center, Containment, electrical distribution, Green Technology, energy, critical air conditioning

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