Data Centre EcoDesign

Data Centre Construction

Data Centre Cooling

Data Centre Fire Suppression

Data Centre Technical

Data Centre Engineering

Data Centre Management

Data Centre Micro Datacentre & Hub Rooms

  • EcoDesign

    EcoDesign™ represents Workspace Technology’s commitment to help clients reduce their carbon footprint through the deployment of energy efficient technology and design.


  • Construction

    Creating the space through planning, design, installation and data centre construction services.


  • Cooling

    Efficient cooling and airflow deployed through a range of data centre air conditioning, free cooling technology, aisle containment and airflow management.


  • Fire Suppression

    Mission critical environments through the installation of fire detection and fire supression systems.


  • Technical

    Technical infrastructure & technology including structured cabling equipment racks & accessories, communications and related technical services.


  • Engineering

    Powering architecture through LV switchgear, mechanical and critical distribution, PDUs, power generators, UPS systems and intelligent rack distribution.


  • Management

    Proactive management, environmental monitoring & security incorporating data centre management, environmental and physical security, monitoring and energy management solutions.


  • Micro Datacentre & Hub Rooms

    “Micro” Data Centre and “Repeatable” Hub Rooms solutions are designed to address the requirements of small server rooms, comms rooms and wiring closet environments.


Excool Adiabatic Evaporative Free Air Cooling Modes of Operation

Winter Mode

Hot return air from the data hall is drawn through the heat exchanger by energy efficient EC plug fans. Cool outdoor air is drawn through a second air path in the heat exchanger by a set of independently controlled fans.

In turn the data centre supply air temperature is dynamically controlled by a combination of the winter optimisation air flow dampers and outdoor air fan speed.

Summer Operation

Moisture is added to the hot outdoor air which has the effect of lowering the dry bulb temperature through the adiabatic process. A typical UK peak summer day may have a dry bulb of 35°C with a wet bulb temperature of 21°C. By fully saturating the air the dry bulb temperature can be reduced to 21°C. This reduced temperature air is then used as a cooling medium. This enables AHRAE Class A1 – A4 temperatures to be maintained throughout the year.

Optional Top-up Module

In more challenging environments in may be necessary to ‘top-up’ the cooling capacity with a partial DX or Chilled water supplementary cooling section.

The integrated top-up modules are designed to complement the heat exchangers during extreme summer conditions. These top up systems are sized as a small percentage of the overall cooling capacity of the Excool module.

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Case Studies

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Public Sector

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