UK: Airedale’s newly launched EasiCool Evo2 precision cooling unit is said to deliver improved efficiency, performance and IoT functionality, with an EER up to 25% higher than the previous range.
This latest evolution builds on the reputation for compactness and efficiency, with cooling capacities of 31kW to 98kW offering up to 57% more cooling power than previous models.
Specifically designed with the global small/edge data market in mind, the EasiCool Evo2 also delivers more cooling kW per m2 thanks to a complete redesign of the case layout.
Various airflow configurations are offered, with front, rear, top or base return air options. An expanded operating envelope allows return air temperatures ranging from 18ºC to 40ºC and ambient temperatures of -20°C to +52°C. Downflow and upflow arrangements are available on all models for maximum versatility.
It comes in four standard case sizes, with EC fans as standard, improved filtration options (standard filters ISO-C-75 or upgrade option is ISO-1-60) and variable heater bank options. A low-ambient kit is also available.
The introduction of dual-cool functionality, alongside the standard chilled water or DX cooling options, offers reassurance to the most critically temperature controlled environments.
The existing Helix controls platform is also said to have had a complete overhaul for Evo2, taking advantage of the latest IoT advancements to deliver faster start-up, improved diagnostic capabilities and better unit-to-unit networking.