Cooling Down Our Server Room

coldA few weeks ago we moved into our new space and part of our new space was to make sure we had a more manageable server room. Note: We don't manage our production servers in our office but most of our development work is housed internally.

When we moved in, there was no air conditioning or cooling in the server closet. A temporary fix was to stick fans in the drop ceiling and open a couple tiles. In fact, this is how we had it in our old office for ten years. Not the best solution but we didn't have space.

Now that we have space, we wanted to do a better job of cooling down our test servers.

This is how it looked before the A/C was installed:

fans in ceiling

Now with A/C and vented tiles:

A/C hooked up

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posted by on: Jul 26, 2012 05:47pm

Good stuff. Great stop gap solution.

posted by Gregory Smith on: Aug 23, 2012 12:53am

Pretty cool stuff!

posted by Ronnie Schwartz on: Aug 10, 2012 02:01am

So I've run a few temperature tests and my fans works better then the ac!

posted by iPhone developer on: Oct 19, 2012 01:04pm

Computer and social media equipment is designed to function within a fairly filter heat range range. To make sure efficient function and the greatest possible life from elements you need to make sure that the heat range remains within that group.

posted by iPhone apps development on: Nov 22, 2012 05:36am

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