Limited space called for unique solutions
In order to provide electronic and computer equipment rooms with adequate cooling, it was necessary to convert the old system to meet the project requirements. The CHP plant was forced to comply with stringent energy-efficiency standards. Free cooling and direct expansion (DX) cooling were the most efficient options, but since space in the plant was limited and noise restrictions were very strict, it was essential to come up with some unique solutions.
Swegon’s ventilation products complemented the cooling systems from BlueBox
The previous design was based on free cooling with Uniflair cooling units and computer room air conditioning (CRAC) units. The contractor, including consultants, contacted the specialists at the Swegon company BlueBox to find a solution that would improve the design and performance of the system. Since the buildings at the CHP plant also housed a number of offices, it was highly advantageous to have access to Swegon’s complete range of ventilation products.