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CoolControl Xpand - 25 x 300 mm x 10 m Roll

CoolControl Xpand - High flexible sealing of cable openings increases cooling efficiency

According to Gartner, a staggering 40% of the total energy costs of any given data centre are incurred through cooling - it is expected that this will rise significantly through the coming years, if IT and Facility Management in data centres do not put a focus on optimising their cooling and airflow infrastructure. Making efforts to optimise cooling does not require high spending on new and costly cooling units. Easy to handle mechanical solutions with small investments and short ROI periods are the most efficient methods of airflow and cooling optimisation. Sealing cable openings in the raised fl oor is one of the most efficient methods to help increase the cooling and energy efficiency within the Data Centre. It is ranked as a top best practice according to the recommendations of the EU Code of Conduct for Data Centre Efficiency. The Uptime Institute states that about 63 percent of the conditioned air in a typical data centre gets lost as bypass airflow on its way to the server cabinets, which is detrimental in terms of the energy and cost efficiency.

Sealing openings puts an end to bypass airflow

There exists an easy to apply and extremely cost efficient solution to get rid of the problem caused by bypass airflow - Just simply seal the cable openings in the cabinets and raised floor with the high flexible CoolControl Xpand. The product is available in various thicknesses (25mm, 32mm and 40mm) consists of foamed Nitrile Rubber that is perforated to contain cables. The CoolControl Xpand can be expanded like a concertina from 300 mm standard width up to 600mm. A single cable or cabling bundles can be simply fed through the flexible holes in the CoolControl Xpand. The cables are seamlessly enclosed and will be fixed airtight with the CoolControl Xpand into the cable opening of the raised floor. This prevents loss of conditioned air through unsealed cable openings and the efficiency at the cooling unit level increases and the consumption of energy declines significantly. The CoolControl Xpand is fire-rated according to Class ‘0’ BS standards. The system is installed quickly using a simple installation procedure. This can be either retro-fitted to existing cabinets without the need for downtime or fitted to new openings.

Daxten CoolControl Xpand Highlights:

Up to 63% higher datacentre energy efficiency
Reliable raised floor opening seal eliminating bypass airflow
Significant increases in under floor static air pressure
Easily installed in minutes
Retro-fit for existing or new cabling
Easily reusable
Technical Specifications:

Material:
Foamed Nitrile Rubber. Fire-rated (Class ‘O’). Perforated and expandable

Dimensions:   
Width - 300mm Wide (expandable > 600mm)
Thickness - 25mm, 32mm & 40mm
Length - 25mm on 10m roll, 32mm on 6m roll & 40mm on 2m roll

Custom:
Can pre-cut to size

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In Stock: Next Day
£364.62
£437.54 Inc Vat.
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CoolControl Xpand - 32 x 300 mm x 6 m Roll

CoolControl Xpand - High flexible sealing of cable openings increases cooling efficiency

According to Gartner, a staggering 40% of the total energy costs of any given data centre are incurred through cooling - it is expected that this will rise significantly through the coming years, if IT and Facility Management in data centres do not put a focus on optimising their cooling and airflow infrastructure. Making efforts to optimise cooling does not require high spending on new and costly cooling units. Easy to handle mechanical solutions with small investments and short ROI periods are the most efficient methods of airflow and cooling optimisation. Sealing cable openings in the raised fl oor is one of the most efficient methods to help increase the cooling and energy efficiency within the Data Centre. It is ranked as a top best practice according to the recommendations of the EU Code of Conduct for Data Centre Efficiency. The Uptime Institute states that about 63 percent of the conditioned air in a typical data centre gets lost as bypass airflow on its way to the server cabinets, which is detrimental in terms of the energy and cost efficiency.

Sealing openings puts an end to bypass airflow

There exists an easy to apply and extremely cost efficient solution to get rid of the problem caused by bypass airflow - Just simply seal the cable openings in the cabinets and raised floor with the high flexible CoolControl Xpand. The product is available in various thicknesses (25mm, 32mm and 40mm) consists of foamed Nitrile Rubber that is perforated to contain cables. The CoolControl Xpand can be expanded like a concertina from 300 mm standard width up to 600mm. A single cable or cabling bundles can be simply fed through the flexible holes in the CoolControl Xpand. The cables are seamlessly enclosed and will be fixed airtight with the CoolControl Xpand into the cable opening of the raised floor. This prevents loss of conditioned air through unsealed cable openings and the efficiency at the cooling unit level increases and the consumption of energy declines significantly. The CoolControl Xpand is fire-rated according to Class ‘0’ BS standards. The system is installed quickly using a simple installation procedure. This can be either retro-fitted to existing cabinets without the need for downtime or fitted to new openings.

Daxten CoolControl Xpand Highlights:

Up to 63% higher datacentre energy efficiency
Reliable raised floor opening seal eliminating bypass airflow
Significant increases in under floor static air pressure
Easily installed in minutes
Retro-fit for existing or new cabling
Easily reusable
Technical Specifications:

Material:
Foamed Nitrile Rubber. Fire-rated (Class ‘O’). Perforated and expandable

Dimensions:   
Width - 300mm Wide (expandable > 600mm)
Thickness - 25mm, 32mm & 40mm
Length - 25mm on 10m roll, 32mm on 6m roll & 40mm on 2m roll

Custom:
Can pre-cut to size

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In Stock: Next Day
£332.31
£398.77 Inc Vat.
Qty:
CoolControl Xpand - 40 x 300 mm x 2 m Roll

CoolControl Xpand - High flexible sealing of cable openings increases cooling efficiency

According to Gartner, a staggering 40% of the total energy costs of any given data centre are incurred through cooling - it is expected that this will rise significantly through the coming years, if IT and Facility Management in data centres do not put a focus on optimising their cooling and airflow infrastructure. Making efforts to optimise cooling does not require high spending on new and costly cooling units. Easy to handle mechanical solutions with small investments and short ROI periods are the most efficient methods of airflow and cooling optimisation. Sealing cable openings in the raised fl oor is one of the most efficient methods to help increase the cooling and energy efficiency within the Data Centre. It is ranked as a top best practice according to the recommendations of the EU Code of Conduct for Data Centre Efficiency. The Uptime Institute states that about 63 percent of the conditioned air in a typical data centre gets lost as bypass airflow on its way to the server cabinets, which is detrimental in terms of the energy and cost efficiency.

Sealing openings puts an end to bypass airflow

There exists an easy to apply and extremely cost efficient solution to get rid of the problem caused by bypass airflow - Just simply seal the cable openings in the cabinets and raised floor with the high flexible CoolControl Xpand. The product is available in various thicknesses (25mm, 32mm and 40mm) consists of foamed Nitrile Rubber that is perforated to contain cables. The CoolControl Xpand can be expanded like a concertina from 300 mm standard width up to 600mm. A single cable or cabling bundles can be simply fed through the flexible holes in the CoolControl Xpand. The cables are seamlessly enclosed and will be fixed airtight with the CoolControl Xpand into the cable opening of the raised floor. This prevents loss of conditioned air through unsealed cable openings and the efficiency at the cooling unit level increases and the consumption of energy declines significantly. The CoolControl Xpand is fire-rated according to Class ‘0’ BS standards. The system is installed quickly using a simple installation procedure. This can be either retro-fitted to existing cabinets without the need for downtime or fitted to new openings.

Daxten CoolControl Xpand Highlights:

Up to 63% higher datacentre energy efficiency
Reliable raised floor opening seal eliminating bypass airflow
Significant increases in under floor static air pressure
Easily installed in minutes
Retro-fit for existing or new cabling
Easily reusable
Technical Specifications:

Material:
Foamed Nitrile Rubber. Fire-rated (Class ‘O’). Perforated and expandable

Dimensions:   
Width - 300mm Wide (expandable > 600mm)
Thickness - 25mm, 32mm & 40mm
Length - 25mm on 10m roll, 32mm on 6m roll & 40mm on 2m roll

Custom:
Can pre-cut to size

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In Stock: Next Day
£143.08
£171.70 Inc Vat.
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