Engineered Systems Magazine

Data centers: Tate

October 8, 2012

Tate-1-081012-body.jpgTate’s raised floor data center products are included in this brochure.

Tate is addressing the cooling infrastructure demands in today's raised floor data center environment with a full line of airflow management and in-floor cooling solutions. The continued adoption of high density equipment, virtualization and cloud computing strategies requires the cooling infrastructure of a data center to be capable of adapting to high and often variable heat loads while offering superior energy efficiency.

Tate's line of in-floor cooling products for raised floor data centers can nearly eliminate by-pass air and save significant energy. Using directional airflow and variable-air-volume dampers your data center can instantly react to any variation in utilization to match cooling with the heat load at the rack level. Tate can also provide fan assisted airflow to eliminate hot spots or implement high-density equipment in a current raised floor facilities without significant capital investment.

 In addition, the company offers a full line of containment systems and air sealing grommets designed to help reduce by-pass airflow, improve energy efficiency, and increase data center capacity.