Data Centre Report

Electrical, Airflow & Power Quality Surveys

  • Workspace Technology offers an extensive range of specialist data centre reports & surveys
  • These are designed to identify any problems, faults or areas of inefficiency within your electrical, airflow & cooling systems
  • Discover the different data centre surveys we offer at Workspace

Data Centre Report By Workspace TechnologyWorkspace Technology offers a range of specialist data centre surveys designed to identify unseen problems or faults on electrical systems or cooling and airflow which can result in poor operational performance or cause expensive business downtime, damage, loss of data or risk from fire.

Our range of specialist data centre surveys include:

Electrical Thermal Imaging Survey

As part of our Data Centre Surveys, we offer thermal imaging of electrical systems and equipment. This will help identify unseen faults on electrical systems that can cause expensive business downtime, damage, loss of data or risk from fire. The Data Centre Surveys are performed by trained engineers using specialist thermal imaging tools.

Airflow Thermal Imaging Survey

Many data centre environments today are very high-density, and thermal imaging can identify problems before they become critical. The use of thermal photography of racks and aisles will help identify problems, including hot spots, recirculation and hot & cold air mixing.

The Airflow Thermal Imaging Data Centre Survey enables managers to identify problems with cooling capacity and airflow efficiency. The survey includes the following:-

  • Room assessment and layout plan.
  • Thermal imaging photos of each aisle and photographic images of each cabinet.
  • Air velocity pressure survey (airflow through each 600×600 vented floor tile).
  • Temperature and humidity check at low, medium and high levels on each aisle.
  • Flow & return temperature and humidity check on the air conditioning units.

Power Quality Survey & Analysis

Our Power Quality Survey & Analysis provides clients with a clearly laid out summary of load, power factor and harmonic data findings. By implementing the recommendations, it will reduce energy bills, prolong life and prevent premature failure of equipment.

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