Leading UK manufacturer of precision air conditioning equipment, Weatherite, has launched its energy efficient Cabin Cooling solutions for telecom cabins, switchgear and equipment rooms.
The units are self-contained incorporating; filtration, modulating direct free cooling, DX back up (complete with DX cooling coil, compressor and DX condenser) and fully optimised Trend control systems. The units can easily be installed, without the need for complex integration, into wider systems- making them ideal for outdoor cabins, shelters, computer rooms, relocatable equipment buildings and telecom base stations.
Weatherite has considerable expertise in ‘Free Cooling’ technology and the space-saving systems maximise energy reduction in small to mid-sized data rooms meaning more cooling for less power and ensuring a stable environment around the clock.
Andy Lewis, Technical Applications Engineer at Weatherite Air Conditioning Ltd, said: “Our Cabin Coolers are designed and manufactured to fit within a compact footprint, and, as the units are fixed directly onto an external wall- no internal space is required.
“Weatherite’s Cabin Coolers contain optimised local control software that significantly reduces energy consumption, and while the units are designed to operate independently, they can also be connected to a master control panel for group operation, monitoring and alarm identification. Units operate on direct free cooling from outside air, for the majority of time, supplemented by DX back-up. The units can be configured to suit a flooded room or a contained aisle arrangement.
The new Cabin Coolers are designed and manufactured in the UK at Weatherite’s state-of-the-art manufacturing plant in West Bromwich, West Midlands, and are pre-commissioned at the company’s test centre before on-site installation.
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Rebecca Boyce, Group Communications Manager