CPD presentation: Evaporative Cooling for data centres

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Evaporative cooling (also known as adiabatic cooling), is an extremely efficient and cost effective means of cooling. It is particularly well suited to warehouses, data centres and other industrial buildings where the manufacturing processes generate relatively high levels of heat.

Data centres can cut their energy bills by 80% with evaporative cooling!

IT equipment operating environment specifications have recently been revised, opening the way to evaporative cooling in data centres. Evaporative cooling provides a highly effective solution for such buildings, with low installation and running costs, minimal maintenance requirements and quiet operation.

These systems can reduce conventional cooling costs and energy use by over 90% compared to conventional air conditioning, so are ideal for buildings that operate 24/7, for example data centres. It's possible to achieve a PUE (power usage effectiveness) of less than 1.1 when evaporative cooling is applied in data centres.

This presentation covers:

  • The technology behind evaporative cooling
  • Design approaches and limitations
  • The application of evaporative cooling to data centres


This presentation is available to watch online now as a recorded webinar. To access, please fill in the form opposite. If you would like us to issue you with a CPD Certificate then please fill out our evaluation form.

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This presentation is also available as a seminar which can be held at your offices at a time to suit you. Usually this is over lunchtime. Each seminar normally lasts around one hour. We also offer seminars at our headquarters in Havant, where you may visit our manufacturing facility.

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