Kris Johnson

Johnson is an engineer in the Systems and Controls Group with EYP Mission Critical facilities and has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering Technology from Rochester Institute of Technology with over 9 years of experience. His expertise encompasses  (BMS) design for mission critical facilities, building load calculations, and HVAC system design for commercial buildings.


Outside Air Inside Data Centers

Data centers are expensive propositions, so incorporating some free cooling is financially attractive as well as green. However, reaching the real savings involves more than just incorporating economizers. You need the controls to execute an overall sequence of operation that handles the transitions in chilled water plant performance, too.

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