- MEP Services
- Data Centres,
- Cloud Services
RED took the lead as consultants, collaborating closely with subcontractors throughout the project.
Our team conducted a feasibility study for a prominent cloud services provider. The objective was to retrofit liquid cooling immersion systems into an existing data centre facility.
The endeavor aimed to enhance cooling efficiency, optimize energy usage, and ensure the seamless integration of innovative technology within the data centre infrastructure. By leveraging liquid cooling solutions, the client sought to address thermal management challenges and elevate performance while maintaining operational reliability.
This forward-thinking initiative reflects the industry’s ongoing pursuit of sustainable and cutting-edge solutions in data centre design and operation.
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The project compromised 2MW of IT deployment through an immersion cooling system. The design also incorporated waste-heat export from the immersion cooling tanks to be used by the local utility provider in the surrounding area.
The feasibility study covered the integration of the immersion cooling tanks into the facility, the design of the heat rejection and heat export systems, expanding the electrical distribution systems to facilitate the additional load, expanding the telecoms network to deal with the connectivity requirements of the AI workload. Integration with existing services, BMS, Security, Fire etc.
2 MW IT
Size - 2 MW IT
PUE - 1.09
Provided heat export to local amenities