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Server Room
Air Conditioning

The Air Conditioning Company has been helping businesses to operate for almost 30 years by providing reliable and efficient server room air conditioning systems.

As computers have become an essential part of almost every organisation, it is very essential that computers and servers run at the correct temperature. When servers overheat, they may run slow, automatically shut down or simply crash. Unplanned server downtime can have potentially catastrophic implications for businesses where a continuous IT function is essential for operations.

Whether you are trying to cool just a single server or an entire server room, we are on-hand to help. Our server room air conditioners come with a five year warranty.

Our experienced surveyors can advise on the type of unit you require and the specification to ensure that the air conditioner provides the correct level of cooling for your server room. We offer a free site survey and all our installations are carried out by experienced and qualified air conditioning engineers.

Things to Consider When Choosing
Air Conditioning for Your Server Room

Our surveyors will take you through every step of the process simply and clearly but if you want to do some research beforehand here's everything you need to know:

Wall Mounted

Wall-mounted air conditioners are probably the most common air conditioning units used in server rooms. They are the most cost-effective option, quick to install and easy to retrofit without the need for redecoration.

Wall-mounted units are long, thin, and placed at a high level on the wall.

Heating Function:
In cold winters we are often called out to repair systems that our competitors have installed. One very common mistake is to under-specify the heating element of an air conditioning system. This can lead to the system freezing and as a result leaving you without any heating for your server room at all.

When our surveyor comes to your server room always let him know if the proposed air conditioning system will also be your primary or supplementary source of heating.

There are also premium models of wall units (like the Daikin Emura and Mitsubishi Zen units). They are a little more expensive; however, they are very good looking units.

All the air conditioners that we install also provide an extremely efficient heating function. Indeed, they are so efficient that when used for domestic applications the government charges just 5% VAT.

Select Heating Mode below to find out more:

Select Cooling Mode below to find out more:

Cooling ModeHeating Mode

See The Types of Systems

Single Split  No Outside Box 

Types of Split Systems for Server Rooms

There are two main types of air conditioning system used in server rooms:

Wall Mounted System:

Single-split air conditioners are the ideal option for server rooms as it is vital that the unit is independent from any other air conditioners that you may have in your server room. Therefore, multi-split systems and VRF systems are not suitable. Single-split air conditioners have one internal cooling unit and one external condenser box.

Types of Split Systems for Server Rooms

There are two main types of air conditioning system used in server rooms:

Wall Mounted Water-Cooled System:

These systems are exclusively used in situations where you cannot have an external condenser box, usually due to planning permission.

Rather than releasing the heat to the outside world like traditional air conditioners (via a condenser box), Water-Cooled Air Conditioners have an internal unit connected to the mains water. Cold mains water is pumped through the system keeping it cool, allowing the internal air conditioner to run efficiently.

Low Wall Mounted

Low wall mounted air conditioners are very similar to the wall units discussed above, however, they are placed at a low level on the wall. They are more expensive than traditional wall units but customers sometimes prefer them because, like radiators, they are placed out of their line of sight.

Heating Function:
In cold winters we are often called out to repair systems that our competitors have installed. One very common mistake is to under-specify the heating element of an air conditioning system. This can lead to the system freezing and as a result leaving you without any heating for your server room at all.

When our surveyor comes to your server room always let him know if the proposed air conditioning system will also be your primary or supplementary source of heating.

There are also premium models of wall units (like the Daikin Emura and Mitsubishi Zen units). They are a little more expensive; however, they are very good looking units.

All the air conditioners that we install also provide an extremely efficient heating function. Indeed, they are so efficient that when used for domestic applications the government charges just 5% VAT.

Select Heating Mode below to find out more:

Select Cooling Mode below to find out more:

Cooling ModeHeating Mode

See The Types of Systems

Single Split  No Outside Box 

Types of Split Systems for Server Rooms

There are two main types of air conditioning system used in server rooms:

Single-split air conditioners are the ideal option for server rooms as it is vital that the unit is independent from any other air conditioners that you may have in your server room. Therefore, multi-split systems and VRF systems are not suitable. Single-split air conditioners have one internal cooling unit and one external condenser box.

Types of Split Systems for Server Rooms

There are two main types of air conditioning system used in server rooms:

Single-split air conditioners are the ideal option for server rooms as it is vital that the unit is independent from any other air conditioners that you may have in your server room. Therefore, multi-split systems and VRF systems are not suitable. Single-split air conditioners have one internal cooling unit and one external condenser box.

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