Close control units are design so that exact temperatures can be maintained to a specific level at all times.
They are designed for the air conditioning of telecommunication centres, computer rooms,
high-automated offices, data servers and special “close control” uses.
With space inside these types of areas at a premium, close control units are specially designed for minimising their dimensions as well as having a good ratio between sensible cooling capacity and base foot print.
This means that most ordinary and extraordinary maintenance
activities are executed from the front side of the unit,
thus allowing the installation of several units close to each
other and at the same time not sacrificing excessive space for this purpose.
Eircom commissioned DAL to carry out the replacement of the water/glycol based air-conditioning systems in their Tycor exchange in Waterford City in 2006. The project involved the supply and installation 3 No. 30 kW (DX) down-flow close control units. read more…