Cooling options at Data Centre World
UK: The latest in data centre cooling technology will be featured next week at London’s Excel when Data Centre World comes to town.
The show, taking place on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 12 and 13, alongside Cloud Expo Europe, has attracted more than a dozen air conditioning, cooling and chiller companies.
Lu-Ve Group companies Lu-Ve Exchangers and Tecnair LV are showing their range of condensers, dry coolers and close control air conditioning systems. Tecnair LV will be showing two cut away R and P Series close control units, along with virtual presentation of its new F Series free cooling air conditioners with adiabatic cooling. The New F Series cooler has been specially designed for the UK and Irish markets and climate.
Pre-registration for the event is available here.
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