Data Center Precision Cooling Solutions
Every data center needs its own cooling solution, depending on the equipment in the facility, its arrangement, and the environment in which it runs. Finding the best cooling solution can increase the longevity of your equipment, insulate you from potentially damaging losses of equipment and productivity, and reduce the total cost of running your facility by making it as energy efficient as possible. To develop the best strategy for an energy efficient data center, contact Mission Critical Facilities International and speak to experts with years of experience in the field.
Mission Critical can supply the products (new or used), plan your cooling solution (hot or cold, CRAC or CRAH based, or both), provide you with the designs, and install and provide service to the cooling solution once it is complete. Mission Critical Facilities International carries a wide range of products that can be deployed as part of a data center cooling solution. Brands include but are not limited to Carrier, Multistack, Trane, Stulz, Liebert, BAC, Specific Systems and York.
Creating a precision data center cooling solution is an important way to reduce operating expenses. Whether you are a large enterprise facility or a small IDF, maximizing the value of your data center cooling solution is something Mission Critical Facilities International specializes in. We can provide:
- CRAC & CRAH units from 5 ton to 40 ton
- Air Cooled Chillers from 10 ton to 400 tons
- Water cooled chillers
- Cooling towers
- Packaged units
- Hot and cold corridor containment solutions
Contact Mission Critical Facilities International today for a cutting edge data center cooling solution, customized to your facility’s needs. Mission Critical Facilities International brings more than 13 years of experience to data center projects, and extensive project management experience to ensure your project is completed satisfactorily, even on the most aggressive timelines. Reduce your energy costs and improve your bottom line by contacting Mission Critical Facilities International today.