Water treatment for data centres

water treatment for data centres: maximise your investment

OPTIMISED WATER FOR COOLING STRATEGIES

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1. Water Treatment for data centres

Up till the cloud and internet-of-things era, data centers held a reduced number of computer servers  in commercial multi-use buildings. HVAC systems would be similar to those in other commercial and institutional buildings. 

The new public cloud and social networks infrastructure require servers and data storage density in a totally different scale and the amount of heat generated by the computing load requires a totally new cooling approach.

The data center industry has changed its cooling system design with new HVAC systems built exclusively to cool down computer servers and to be optimized accordingly. It is also common to have different tenants co-located in common data centers, requiring efficient and reliable cooling systems. 

Water treatment in data centers is becoming a complex question. Operational models lead to specific water problems within the industry: scale, corrosion, fouling, and microbiological growth are major concerns . Solutions are similar to those applied in other water treatment industries. 

As energy and cooling water represents a significant part of data centers costs, treating water efficiently has become more and more important for the data centers owners. 

Watercore engineers work with data center owners to provide the best water treatment solutions for their facilities. 

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