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Data Center Solutions
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The Overall Needs of The
Data Center Industry
Contents
Introduction to The Data Center Industry
In recent years, the data center industry has experienced rapid development. Reflecting the demand
The Overall Needs of The Data Center Industry
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Business Introduction of Data Center in AIRSYS
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for advancement in the data and communication industry in this era of data, the data center industry
is expected to continue growing and expanding as an ever-important infrastructure backbone.
As the greater data and communication industry evolves and advances, due to higher values
being placed on data quality and security, so to do the expectations of data centers themselves,
striving for more sophisticated and refined systems and products. This has resulted in the data
Design Consulting Capabilities of AIRSYS
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center industry becoming a comprehensive field of knowledge in its own right, where key factors
are being continuously researched and improved in order to extract the optimal performance,
energy consumption and cost. Individual and collective factors such as site selection, risk
AIRSYS Data Center Product Portfolio
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management, reliability, resiliency, maintainability, connectivity, energy consumption, redundant
design, emergency management and disaster recovery all combine to make the data center
industry a complex and interdisciplinary field.
Operation Related Services of Data Center in AIRSYS
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Centralized data centers will continue to be critical pieces of infrastructure within the data and
communication industry. The content of this document is primarily concerned with centralized
Successful Cases of Data Center Projects in AIRSYS
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single data center projects. And it will be discussed separately for distributed and multi-sites data
centers architectures design.
Hyperscale Data Center
Mostly
self-own
Normal Data Center
Rental Premises
and Collocation
Mostly for
selfuse
Medium Scale
Cold Data
Lower
access
speed
require
-ments
Hot data
High
Avaiability
Convenient
Maintenance
Massive
land
occupation
Fast Access
Speed
Convenient
to Visit
Low Latency
Lower access
speed requirements
Wholesale
Collocation
Wholesale
Telco, Cloud Company
Telco, Internet Company,
Cloud Company, Enterprises
Medium and Small Customer
Private
Private
Internet Company, Telco
Governments, Banks ,
Telco, Enterprises
Land mush be available and price must be cheaper.
Power supply must be sufficient.
Big cities, closed to application
High heat density, sensitive to
energy consumption
Do not require first-tier cities
Expensive Land Price
Tough Competition
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Data Center Project Timeline
Data Center Operation
The initial design of a data center will govern the availability rating of the entire project, and will ultimately determine the
operational plans and costs of the completed facility.
Planning
Site Selection
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Design
Construction
Commission
-ing
Operation
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Cooling solution is a key area of data center design. Cooling solution design must take into consideration energy
consumption, capacity management and redundancy etc.
The most appropriate cooling solution design for a data center must first and foremost be based on the local climate and
geography at the project location; once this system has been decided upon, late changes are unlikely to occur, without
incurring extreme costs. In order to reduce the operational energy consumption and improve PUE, heat recovery and
free cooling design have become standout and desirable factors for data centers, particularly where local conditions can
be exploited.
The above figure represents a typical timeline for any given data center project. Such a project is necessarily a longterm process, where each stage interlocks with, and influences, all others; i.e. site selection will have a large impact on
project design. Each stage has clear goals and objectives, and requires a highly technical and professional standard of
execution. The start-with-the-end way of thinking is essential for all the datacenter projects.
Commissioning
Planning and Site Selection
As a capital-intensive item of critical infrastructure, the site selection of a data center is a critical starting point, which
directs the entire project lifecycle. Selecting a suitable location and site requires a comprehensive accumulation of
knowledge and practices including risk assessment, ROI analysis, geo-politics, connectivity analysis, market analysis,
technical design, and OPEX analysis. A rational and justified location plan will fundamentally determine the success or
failure of a data center project.
Commissioning is a verification process data center projects undergo before they are put into operation. The professional
commissioning process can thoroughly verify the performance of all key equipment, the integration of the entire
system, the operational document flow and the rationality of the organizational structure. This process encapsulates a
comprehensive risk assessment before the entire project is delivered.
Analysis of the site selection major factors for data center projects
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Cost
2%
4%
6%
8%
10%
12%
14%
16%
GDP
Water Availability
Corporation Tax
Factory Test
Verification
Renewable Energy
Energy Price
Ease of Doing Business
Internet Bandwidth
Energy Security
Risk
18%
Political Stability
Natural Disaster
Low risk
General risk
High risk
Not rated
Installation
Pre-functional
Test
Functional
Components
Test
Functional
System
Test
Integrated
System Test
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Data Center Operation
The Importance of Data Center Cooling
The eventual operation of a data center requires a well-developed and executed long-term plan which aims to optimize
all aspects of the entire facility, as well as minimize risk exposure through ensuring all service and maintenance
requirements are undertaken. This plan will typically span several decades and include staffing and organization plan,
As a critical factor in the effective and efficient operation of a data center, the cooling infrastructure accounts for a large
equipment maintenance, training, documentation management, capacity management, execution. Data center operation
proportion of the energy consumption and operational costs for the entire facility.
and optimization encompasses a wide knowledge base which not only considers universal best-practice programs but
must also factor in analysis of the specific and unique characteristics of each individual project.
Typical M&E Budget Structure, Per Unit IT Load
Overall Budget for Main Contractors /kW
Management & Operations
Impact to Operations
Low
Building Characteristics
Change Oppotunity
High
High
25%
30%
Cooling
Electrical
Large Budget for Cooling /kW
19%
Generator
17%
9%
Fire protection Raised
floor and water
DetectionDCIM &
ControlEtc.
Other labor
Product Budget /kW
Important and expensive
High degree of product standardization
Small overall percentage
Technically difficult
High modularity of products
Low technological threshold
Highly customized
Engineering design is relatively simple
Local network of contractors
Hard to standardize
Readily-stocked equipment, less impact on construction cycle
As shown in the above figure, the cooling infrastructure is extremely important in the design and construction of the data
Site Location
Low
center. In order to achieve the best performance (including reliability, maintainability, and energy consumption, etc.) the
cooling system will generally need to be highly customized to suit the specific requirements of each individual project;
designs are generally not repeatable and standardization is difficult. A wide variety of heat recovery, airflow management,
and free cooling solutions are often key factors in determining the operational effectiveness and profitability of a data
center project.
40%
Chiller 33%
35%
Humidifier 3%
CRAC 9%
30%
Electrical Power IN
Waste Heat OUT
IT Equipment30%
25%
PUD 5%
20%
UPS 18%
15%
Switchgear/Generator 1%
Lighting 1%
10%
The quality of the design, delivery and maintenance of cooling equipment largely determines the length of the data
center's life cycle, as well as the ROI of the entire project. Ensuring that the design and management of the cooling
5%
system is correct from the start of a project is critical, as diagnosing cooling issues in older data centers is generally both
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Organization
and Staffing Plan
Maintenance
Training
Planning &
Capacity management
Management
Caption: Management and Operation Deficiencies based on over 100 assessment from Uptime Institute.
difficult and costly to resolve.
AIRSYS has focused on all aspects of the cooling systems within the data center industry for over 20 years, through the
development and evolution of the industry. This focus has resulted in AIRSYS forming a global network which is able
to provide customers with design assistance, product experience and research data, as well as offering technologically
advanced products and industry-wide value.
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Development Trends of Data Center M&E Technology
The dichotomy between the technological and ideological changes which occur within the data center M&E industry are
indicated in the below figure. Founded on years of extensive experience across global data center projects, AIRSYS
continues to conduct forward-thinking research and practical implementation of new solutions to both cooling and power
supply infrastructure. As a result of this drive, AIRSYS has become a leader in the design, integration, engineering, and
servicing of cooling infrastructure for data center facilities.
Heat and cold recovery
Cooling
Renewable energy
Power supply
Reliability
Direction of technological
evolvement
Efficiency
Free cooling
Liquid cooling
Immersive cooling
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AIRSYS Business Solutions
for Data Centers
The technical personnel at AIRSYS offer the most professional analysis methods and solutions to even the most difficult
problems which may arise in data center projects. On a global scale, AIRSYS first put forward several practical concepts
to the data center industry such as energy supply efficiency, airflow efficiency and quantitative availability. Energy supply
efficiency and airflow organization efficiency are briefly introduced the following:
AIRSYS offers a full range of professional services and products relating to the efficient cooling of data centers, spanning
complete project timelines from the earliest design considerations through to servicing and maintenance of completed facilities.
A. Energy Supply Efficiency
Consulting
Operation
Engineering
Staffing Plan
Old facility Retrofitting
Maintenance Procedure
Chiller Optimization
M&E Maintenance Training
Air Distribution Optimization
Capacity Management Consultation
CW CRAC Refurbishment
M&E Life-cycle Management Consultation
Heat Density Improvement
Validation of Cooling Related Documents
Service
M&E Facility Management
MMS Implementation
Maintenance Data analysis
Predictive Maintenance
Oil Quality Analysis
Vibration Analysis
Old facility Retrofitting Design
Infrared Analysis
Cooling System Fault Diagnosis
Ultrasonic Analysis
Products
CRAC
Air-cooled / Water-cooled / Chilled Water
Inverter DX
Free Cooling
Modular
Double Cooling Source
Commissioning
M&E Commissioning Service
M&E Commissioning Trouble Shooting
Hydraulic System Commissioning
HVAC System Commissioning
System Integration
Construction
Main Contracting
Screw/ Magnetic / Air-cooled
Water-cooled/ Modular
Free Cooling
Inrow CRAC
Refrigerant Pump
Fresh Air Free Cooling
Direct Adiabatic Cooling
Indirect Adiabatic Cooling
Integration Racks
Modular DC
Water/Water HEX System
Control System
DCIM
MMS
M&E Design
CFD Simulation Service,
Design
in the industry, AIRSYS proposed the Energy Supply
which provides quantitative data for quantifying and
Efficiency (ESE) concept to compare the efficiency
comparing airflow conditions in different data centers.
indicators of data center energy supply.
ESE=
ERenewable+φ×(ERecovery+CFree Cooling )
TCO Modeling Calculation
Retrofitting Proposal
Customized Cooling Solution Proposal
E Recovery: Total energy recovered, including cold recovery and heat
recovery.
ATotal CRAC:The total supply air volume of the data center.m3/h.
CFree Cooling: Total cooling capacity of free cooling design.
The smaller the result for AFE, the higher the efficiency of airflow
organization and therefore a smaller proportion of bypass airflow.
φ: Energy conversion coefficient is related to climate, external conditions
and other
The larger the result for ESE, the higher the energy design efficiency of
the project, meaning a more environmentally sustainable project.
B. Air Flow Efficiency
center authority), more than half of airflow is wasted
through bypass in many data center, resulting in a large
amount of wasted cooling energy.
Note:
AFE is also an important index for COP analysis in a data center:
ETotal: The total energy supply of the project.
to an investigation by Uptime Institute (the global data
Site Selection Services
ATotal Rack
ATotal Rack: The total air volume of the actual air intakei of the cabinet,m3/h。
ATotal Rack=∑n =1 ARack i
impact on the operation of the whole facility. According
Site Selection Proposal
ATotal CRAC
ERenewable: :Total renewable energy supply.
The actual air distribution in a data center has a great
Energy Efficiency Analysis
AFE=
ETotal
AFE Analysis and Evaluation
Availability Modeling Calculation
Planning &
Site Selection
AIRSYS proposes the concept of Airflow Efficiency (AFE),
Chillers
Air-cooled / CW
M&E Commissioning Plan
Different from the analysis of the common PUE concept
Survey Results of Uptime Institute's Ratio of Data Center
1. AFE Airflow Efficiency: Calculates the effective airflow efficiency obtained by IT equipment by using effective airflow, bypass airflow, and fan power as
variables.
Bypass Airflow
2. Availability modeling calculation: The availability of the entire data center is obtained by quantitative calculation based on the reliability of all M&E
equipment (and the components, pipelines, etc.) and the availability of the operation and maintenance system.
3. Energy efficiency: The total energy consumption, renewable energy, recovery energy application, energy efficiency as variables, quantitative calculations
to obtain data center energy efficiency.
40%
Air flow for cooling IT equipment
Bypass flow
60%
COP=f(AFE)
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AIRSYS design &consultation
capabilities
Data Center Design and Construction
Evaluation of data center site selection
AIRSYS provides professional site selection and assessment consultation services for various data center projects. Our
expert team provides professional assessment reports for customers based on years of practical experience and a solid
foundation of our technology, and provides responsible guidance for data center asset investment.
· Natural disasters
· Cold and heat recovery
· Political security
· Natural free cooling
· Power supply
· Bandwidth
Risk
Assessment
Cost
Forecast
· Construction cost
Cooling
Plan
ROI
Analysis
· Operating costs
· availability analysis
· Financial modeling
· IRR test
· PUE forecast
AIRSYS can also provide unique and practical consultation services for retrofitting projects, providing the most
professional advice from aspects such as of building structure, power supply, cooling system upgrading, thermal density
enhancement and availability optimization.
Building
structure
Retrofitting
cost forecast
Building
structureA
Retrofitting
site
selection
assessment
Availability
optimization
Heat density
increase
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Data center cooling technology solutions and energy saving recommendations
Chiller Performance @ Different Return Water Temperature
As a professional data center cooling equipment and engineering services provider, AIRSYS can provide industry-leading
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engineering for all data center projects. The application of energy-saving technology and recommendation and selection
of a variety of units encompassing the entire market, together with energy efficiency analysis can greatly benefit data
center owners and operators throughout the operational lifecycle of a facility.
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Free cooling
by air/ water
Energy saving
technology
Evaporative cooling
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2.1
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1.1
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The chiller is a common cooling device in the data center and accounts for a large proportion of data center cooling
energy consumption. The chiller's energy consumption and efficiency will vary greatly under different operating conditions
and climates. Originating from years of research and development, manufacturing, and service technology knowledge
accumulation in the chiller industry, AIRSYS has developed a multi-dimensional database of chiller functions and operation.
The following chart shows the efficiency and energy consumption of a typical chiller under different operating conditions.
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7
9
11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25
Return water temperature, °C
EER, % vs.7/12 water out/in @ambient 35C
sea water free
cooling
LNG project
cold recovery
Cooling capacity,% vs. 7/12 water out/[email protected] ambient 35C
Waste heat
recovery +
absorption chiller
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Data center M&E design
Detection, analysis and simulation of the datacenter air distribution with Visual AIR
AIRSYS has many years of experience in data center M&E integration design, providing detailed M&E solutions for
The distribution of air within a datacenter can severely influence the performance of the cooling equipment, with the two
all situations. AIRSYS's data center M&E design introduces the concept of Agile project management, including the
key points of interest being the primary air paths and the thermal gradients throughout the room. The analysis of airflow
following five core elements:
can be based on both actual detection results and on CFD simulation results.
a. 3D BIM modeling, with design detail significantly better than traditional 2D design;
Having analyzed and identified significant difficulties with understanding datacenter airflows, AIRSYS launched the
b. Factory prefabrication to effectively compress the project Leadtime;
Visual AIR professional analysis and consulting service. Through infrared detection, airflow velocity and air volume
c. Advanced ARRR design concept (Availability, Reliability, Redundancy, Resilience);
measurements, CFD simulations and detailed calculation, amongst other specialized tools, the service provides a visual
d. Professional and flexible expansion abilities;
e. Advanced technologies such as CFD/VR/AR/IoT to improve the efficiency and quality of the project and reduce risks.
representation of the data center air distribution to allow more effective management of the cooling systems.
Visual AIR Analysis
Detection data analysis
based on infrared and other measurements
Simulation data analysis
based on CFD simulations
Utilizing a variety of professional CFD simulation tools, AIRSYS has developed the most detailed and accurate airflow
analysis technology for data centers, which can provide high quality airflow simulations for both new and existing data
center projects. Simulation reports provide visual data support for data center load analysis, heat density optimization
analysis, CRAC group control and duty standby, and supply air pressure simulation.
At the time when the integration design is submitted, AIRSYS will provide a budget for the project providing the proposed solution.
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Mathematical modeling of overall data center availability
TCO analysis and mathematical modeling calculations
Based on a comprehensive failure mode database of data center M&E facility, together with extensive compiled
AIRSYS can capitalize on both their many years of engineering service experience and core technology of its own cooling
information of engineering maintenance systems, AIRSYS established the industry-exclusive data center infrastructure
solutions to provide accurate data center M&E facilities TCO calculations. The calculated results can provide valuable data
availability mathematical modeling system. Utilizing this modelling system, AIRSYS can calculate the holistic availability
input to business finance models, making it significantly easier to make accurate and informed investment decisions.
of a data center quantitatively, based on the existing M&E design and operation& maintenance management systems.
This can provide reliable data to support the optimization of M&E facility and management system.
Equipment cost
Installation plan
Availability
Installation materials
Labor cost
Reliability
Project cost
Maintainability
Engineering experience
Local network
Design Factors
Support Factors
Design Factors
Support Factors
Quality
Applications
Simplicity
Redundancy
Proven Performance
Environment
Equipment
Maintenance
Human Failures
Environment
Equipment
Maintenance
Human failures
Personnel
Training
Logistics
Maintenance
Organization
Maintenance
budget
Maintenance Management
Energy consumption calculation of IT
equipment
Calculation
of energy
consumption
Energy consumption modelling for
cooling facility
Climate and environment data
Operating
expenses
TCO
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Data Center Operations
Analysis and development of maintenance programs for M&E equipment
Efficient and continued operation of data center infrastructure is critical to the success of all data centers. The development
Staffing and organization
of operation and maintenance programs which will ensure this infrastructure is able to perform at peak efficiency can be a
Maintaining the correct staffing and architecture planning is one of the most critical elements in the efficient operation of a
data center. Where changes to the data center planning availability level are made, or where they vary between sites, the
staffing plan and arrangements also need to vary accordingly. An efficient staffing plan requires a thorough understanding
of the particular M&E equipment and then being able to match the required qualifications and roles that are required from
complex and involved process requiring professional consideration of the specifics of each project or site. The underlying
goals of equipment maintenance are to ensure the best possible operating conditions for all equipment, predict and deal
with the risk of failure before failure occurs, extend the service life of the equipment and improve the overall availability of
the site.
the professional site staff. AIRSYS can develop professional M&E maintenance personnel configuration solutions for all
AIRSYS can leverage its years of experience in the global data center industry, as well as its own detailed knowledge as
data centers, based on their knowledge of world-leading operational standards and extensive experience.
an equipment designer and manufacturer, to offer the most professional equipment maintenance solutions and programs
available on the market, for all data center installations.
Work list and schedule for predictive maintenance
Operations Team
Management of equipment life cycle
Infrastructure Operation
and Maintenance
IT equipment Operation
and Maintenance
Operation and
Maintenance
Management
Security
Customer Service
Sales
Network Support
Quality control scheme for maintenance
Maintenance management system (MMS)
Engineering
Administration
IoT & Big data analysis of equipment operation and maintenance
Operation duty
Maintenance
Vendor Support
Fault diagnosis and pre-judgment
Management system of spare parts inventory
Variables typically affecting the operational team configuration
Business goals
Duty coverage requirements
Operation and maintenance training (M&E)
As a professional equipment manufacturer and operation and maintenance service provider, AIRSYS can provide
multi-language equipment operation and maintenance training services for data center operators around the world.
Overtime risk assessment
Professional operation and maintenance training assists data center operations teams to better understand the use and
Facility scale, age, configuration
maintenance methods of M&E equipment, enhance emergency response capabilities, and improve the availability of the
Equipment complexity
IT equipment occupancy
Supplier capabilities and reliability
entire data center project.
M&E equipment introduction
M&E equipment operation training
Maintenance plan and workload
Training progress
Other project requirement (such as customer needs)
M&E configuration analysis
M&E facility emergency response methods
M&E maintenance plan training
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M&E capacity planning & management
Diagnosis and analysis of M&E faults
M&E capacity management within a data center assists with future-proofing the installation through planning of IT equipment
AIRSYS can provide targeted fault diagnosis and analysis services for data center M&E facilities. Based on our
capacity, spatial allocations, power supply requirements, cooling demands and other auxiliary facilities capacities.
manufacturing and engineering service experience, together with input from on-site fault information gathering systems,
This process necessarily occurs over a long timeline, involving the continuous transformation of power supply and cooling
technology, which can directly affect the effectiveness of new investment funds in a data center.
AIRSYS can provide the most professional and advanced capacity planning management consulting services for data
centers world-wide.
Capacity Charts - Electrical
UPS Forecasting Plot
4000
UPS capacity expansion
2500
over 15 years. Such installations are generally equipped with M&E equipment requiring upgrading or transforming to
500
improve thermal density, energy efficiency, reliability, optimization or modified to meet differing professional needs.
AIRSYS has accumulated a wealth of experience and knowledge relating to the retrofit and upgrade of older data center
400
Actual load of server
2000
sites, resulting in the creation of a detailed transformation program. The AIRSYS program offers a professional and
300
1500
1000
UPS capacity
Forecast based on sales
Power load
200
500
0
100
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
实际负荷
Year 5
预测负荷
Actual load
Year 6
Year 7
Year 8
容量
Predictive load
Capacity
M&E facility lifecycle planning & Management
Data center M&E equipment has a both a large initial
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Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Review and consultation of M&E facility operation
and maintenance documents
Operation and maintenance logs and records form a
The lifecycle planning and forecasting of equipment
critical file system that needs to be continuously organized
severely affects and dictates the operating costs and risk
and monitored and permanently saved. The quality and
control capabilities of the entire data center.
management level of the documents directly affects a
assessment services to world-wide, utilizing its professional
operational efficiency of a data center.
AIRSYS can provide audit and consultation services for
provide professional M&E equipment lifecycle management
engineering maintenance documents for data center
consulting services based on the condition of the
world-wide.
equipment, maintenance data and history, load conditions
Equipment manual & document review
Ensure that the documents are intuitive and detailed and meet the usage requirements
Integration document review
Site
assessment
Ensure that all kinds of equipment files are complete and clear
Lifetime evaluation
Field configuration process file review
Ensure that the configuration plan process is detailed and correct
Maintenance
data analysis
Facility life cycle
management
Risk assessment
Ensure that the configuration plan process is detailed and correct
Make sure the file is correct and problems can be found
Analyze historical data, modify updates
Upgrading/replacement plan
Emergency response process document review
Optimize file quality and improve response speed
Load
forecast
Cooling Power Consumption Per Year USD
Cooling Capacity Upgrading
400000
2000
300000
1500
200000
1000
100000
500
data center's availability rating results, as well as the
equipment designer and manufacturer background. We
and future forecasts.
extremely cost-effective means to transition and optimize older data centers to meet modern standards and requirements.
Year 4
capital outlay and large capital losses through depreciation.
AIRSYS can provide on-site infrastructure and equipment
Evaluation and design of optimized retrofitting projects
600
Overloading
3000
service can save valuable time and expenses where critical infrastructure faults have occurred.
In recent years there has been a significant number of older data centers on the market, with an average service life of
预测
3500
AIRSYS can quickly and accurately determine the root cause of equipment failure and offer targeted solutions. This
0
0
Before Retrofitting
After Retrofitting
Before Retrofitting
After Retrofitting
The following table shows the scope of a typical retrofitting project.
Item
Quantity Unit
batch
Description
Category
Customized to cabinet size, including all support components, top ceiling
automatically opens during fire alarms
Product
1 Containment
1
2 Screw air-cooled chiller
1
3 CW type inrow CRAC
10
4 Pump group
1
batch Specially selected according to the requirements of the chiller and CRAC.
5 Control system
1
batch
6 Installation Plan
1
batch Includes detailed piping design, measurement and installation costing.
7 Installation and materials
1
batch
8 Commissioning
1
batch Executed by AIRSYS professional engineers
The inlet and outlet water temperature, water flow and control logic of chilled
water are designed according to the requirements of this project and matched
with the chiller.
The unit size and cooling capacity match the site conditions, and the air
piece
volume and pressure are specifically calculated to meet the requirements.
set
The integrated system control platform can manage all existing and new
chillers, pumps and CRACs.
Includes labor, materials, supervision, and project management (performed
according to AIRSYS installation plan)
Product
Product
Product
Product
Design
Installation
Commissioning
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AIRSYS Product Range for
Data Centers
Energy saving technology
AIRSYS Cooling Products
Type
Adiabatic
evaporative
natural
cooling
Inverter
compressor
water pump
EC fan
Dry indirect
natural
cooling
Refrigerant
pump
DXA
●
●
●
●
●
DXW
●
●
●
●
●
Direct fresh
air natural
cooling
OPTIMA
CW
●
●
CWD
●
●
DXA
●
ROOM Cooling
DATACOOL
DXA
●
●
●
CYBERCOOL-MOD
CW
●
FCA
●
DXA
In Row
●
●
●
●
●
CHILLROW
CW
Chiller
●
●
CRITICOOL
●
HYDROCOOL
●
TURBOCOOL
DXA/DXW
●
●
●
●
Indirect evaporative cooling
EXCOOL
●
Refrigerating station
INTERCHILL
●
●
●
Technical characteristics
AIRSYS Modular
Datacenter
INNOVA
DATARAK
Deployment form
Factory
prefabrication
High heat
density
Low PUE
Rapid
deployment
Low TCO
●
●
Capacity
expansion
Save space
Container
●
Single row
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Double row
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Single cabinet
●
●
●
●
●
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Data Center Construction
Engineering Services
AIRSYS is uniquely positioned to be able to offer a turnkey data center design and build service, based on its manufacturing
ability and more than 20 years of product development and engineering experience. Through the application of modular
M&E Integration
product and pre-fabricated designs, which can shorten project lead times by more than 30%, significant time and capital
savings can be made to help meet budget constraints and project deadlines.
AIRSYS can provide M&E integration turnkey services for data centers, with engineering knowledge and services
covering all relevant fields. Based on their long-term engineering and product development experience, AIRSYS has the
ability to ensure high quality delivery based on the customer's specific design requirements.
Engineering
Installation
UPS
Raised Floor
Control &
Monitoring
Generator
Contractor
Water
Detection
CRAC
Fire
Protection
Electrical
Power Supply
Residential
A/C
Retrofitting, Upgrading and Optimization
AIRSYS can offer professional engineering services to assist in the retrofit and optimization projects of older data
centers. Retrofitting projects are undertaken on the premise maintaining the operation of the facility, while focusing on
improving critical factors such as thermal density, M&E capacity, availability and reducing overall energy consumption.
Technical Knowhow
Energy Consumption
Optimization
Project
Management
Short
Leadtime
High Reliability
M&E Integration
Availability
Modelling
CFD
Simulation
Modular
DC
Free
Cooling
Chiller
Upgrading
DCIM
Modular
Product
Fast Deployment
Cooling Plant
Upgrading
Control
Upgrade
Containment
Professional Engineering
Piping &System
Upgrading
Thermal Condition
Assessment
Adiabatic
Cooling
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Operation and maintenance services
M&E Facility Management Service
AIRSYS provides critical M&E facility management services to many large installations around the world. After nearly 20
years of practice, we have accumulated many professional clients and a significant amount of valuable experience.
Uniquely
Label Each
Piece of
Equipment
Develop
Consolidated
PM Program
& Schedule
Concept
of Maintenan
In-House
Develop
Collection
Format
Decision
on Info to
Collect
Create Total
Asset List
Determine PM
Task for Each
Asset
Collect Data
for Each
Asset
Determine PM
Schedule For
Each Asset
Vendor
Detemine Tools
Labor Hours by
Trades & Parts for
Each Asset
Develop
Required
MOPs &
SOPs
Through its unique maintenance management system (MMS), AIRSYS can standardize and digitize the entire process of
the maintenance of a data center's M&E facilities. The system can store the maintenance data across the whole life cycle of
the M&E equipment, further assisting operational quality and accuracy through AIRSYS’ big data &IoT analysis systems.
Commercial Software Packge
Information to
Store in MMS
Type of MMS
Develop
Requirements
Document
for Software
Package
Which
Software
Package to
Procure
Evaluate
Software
Package
Procure &
Install Package
In-House Product
Develop
Custom
Spreadsheets
or Database
Develop
Custom
Spreadsheets
or Database
Input Asset
Information
Input
Maintenance
Program
Calibrations
Assign Task
MoPs & SOPs
Critical Spares
Input Additional
Information
Predictive
Maintenance
Develop
Reports
Produce
Reports and
Work Orders
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For data center electromechanical equipment with extremely high reliability requirements, AIRSYS can provide marketleading predictive maintenance services. Combining professional technical capabilities with years of amassed knowledge
and experience, AIRSYS can identify system risks in advance, avoid failures and further improve the reliability of the entire
data center.
AIRSYS has also accumulated a large amount of data and experience in the analysis of the status of infrared components,
(a)
such as class state analysis, equipment vibration state analysis, ultrasonic analysis and other methods in the maintenance
(b)
(a)
(b)
of electromechanical equipment.
Danger
Above 70℃
The system must stop immediately
Parts must be repaired or replaced
30-70℃
Serious
Moderate
System operation is not recommended
Parts need to be repaired or replaced within 1-2 days
due to inspection to prevent possible damage
Monitor the system closely during operation
10-30℃
Parts need to be repaired or replaced within 1 month
1-10℃
Analysis of vibration data of mechanical equipment
Minor
The system can operate as normal
Parts can be replaced in the next service cycle
Infrared temperature state of key equipment components
EXTREME
M3 of Iron Oxide Depsits Produce Per Year
100 Meters Schedule 40 Linear Pipe
KG of Steel Lost at Various Corrosion Rates
100 Meters Schedule 40 Linear Pipe
一Corrosion Rate in Mils per Year一
一Corrosion Rate in Mils per Year一
Wear
BAD
MARGINAL
FAIR
GOOD
Contamination
Pipe Size
1MPY
5MPY
10MPY 15MPY 20MPY
Pipe Size
1MPY
5MPY
2
0.01
0.05
0.08
0.13
4
0.02
0.08
0.17
6
0.03
0.12
8
0.03
10
0.17
2
0.15
0.74
1.32
2.06
2.65
0.24
0.32
4
0.29
1.32
2.65
3.82
5.15
0.25
0.37
0.49
6
0.44
1.91
3.97
5.88
7.80
0.16
0.32
0.48
0.64
8
0.44
2.50
5.15
7.65
10.30
0.04
0.20
0.40
0.61
0.81
10
0.59
3.24
6.47
9.71
12.94
12
0.05
0.24
0.48
0.72
0.95
12
0.74
3.82
7.65
11.47
15.30
24
0.09
0.45
0.91
1.36
1.82
24
1.47
7.21
14.56
21.77
29.12
Chemistry
Above: Piping Service Life Prediction from AIRSYS UA Data
State analysis
10MPY 15MPY 20MPY
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Successful cases of datacenter
projects in AIRSYS
Jiaxing Travelsky Cloud Data Center
China Mobile Data Center in Jilin
Project overview
Project overview
Travelsky Cloud Data Park is operated by China Civil Aviation
Information Corporation. It is a high configuration, professional
and comprehensive data center park with central enterprise
disaster recovery services at the core as well as hosting for
third-party information services.
Project overview
China Mobile in Jilin set up a total architectural design scale
111,474㎡ Information Park, of which the data center room area
accounted for 43%, up to 48,204 ㎡. The ambient temperature in
northeast China is a good natural cold source for the data center.
AIRSYS incorporated the project's natural strengths to create
a leading green and energy-efficient data center. The project
creatively uses surface water as a cold sink where, in winter and
transition seasons, the low-temperature river water is utilized for
cooling. Heat is exchanged through a plate heat exchanger and
can provide all the required cooling capacity for the data center,
therefore minimizing the run time of the water-cooled centrifugal
chiller unit, cooling water pumps and the cooling tower. Energy
and potable water consumption of the cooling system is
ultimately reduced, resulting in a dramatic reduction of operating
costs and the achievement of emission reductions.
To take advantage of this climate, AIRSYS designed energysaving cooling solutions specifically for this northern region
of China. Air-cooled chillers are located on the building roof,
which are able to efficiently reject heat due to the low ambient
temperatures. Due to the severe cold temperatures in winter,
a plate heat exchanger and a glycol circulation pump were
incorporated into the design, to prevent icing of the internal
system. Pipework systems to the outdoor side of the heat
exchanger were filled with ethylene glycol aqueous solution. The
supply and return temperature of the ethylene glycol solution
are 10/16°C, and for the indoor side are 12/18°C. The aircooled chillers are also equipped with free cooling dry coolers to
reduce the run time of the compressors.
The center also has other areas of varying personnel activity,
which allowed for the return water from the data center to be
utilized as a low-temperature heat source further reducing the
energy consumption of the site.
Project configuration: the cooling system comprises
6 chiller units to offer a total cooling capacity of 3,868
kW. AIRSYS provided consultation, design, equipment
and construction to the project. Energy-saving from
the air-conditioning system after the transformation are
approximately 60%, and the operation cost of the whole
project has been reduced by 22%
Location:
Jiaxing, Zhejiang
Project configuration: A total of 12 data centers
are installed
CRITICOOL-FC free cooling air-cooled screw chillers,
10 units in use and 2 units in standby. The chiller, plate
heat exchanger, glycol circulation pump and chilled
water primary pump are one-to-one configuration.
Location:
Changchun, Jilin
Jinan TGT Data Center
Globe Telecom in the Philippines
Project overview
Project overview
The Jinan TGT Data Center project is a large-scale data center
jointly built by four companies including Hong Kong TGT and
Japan's Mitsubishi. It covers an area of 51,028 m2, with a
building area of 16,324 m2, a computer room area of over
15,000 m2, and up to 3,000 cabinet.
Globe, the Philippines' largest local telecommunications
operator, has a telecom network covering the whole of the
Philippines. AIRSYS was commissioned to conduct a site
survey of its mobile switch room in Tarlac in 2017. The facility
is a three-story independent building, with a total current
equipment load of approximately 2,000kW. As the cooling
infrastructure is old, and the airflow distribution design is
inefficient, there are many hot spots in the field, frequent
The total cooling capacity in phase one of the data center is
4662kW. Two independent systems and pipelines were installed,
one to provide mechanical cooling and one to provide free
cooling systems to achieve maximum energy savings. The whole
installation and site therefore have a very high reliability and
lower maintenance requirements, which has been recognized
by the operators. AIRSYS has performed numerous field energy
tests on the site, and through winter and transition seasons
energy savings are greater than 60%. Through utilizing free
cooling technology, in lieu of operating the conventional chillers,
the annual electricity savings reach between 30% and 38%.
Project configuration: 12 units in the first and
second phases of the project
CRITICOOL.SCREW/FC.A.STD 500V1 chiller and
37 units OPTIMA HD CW 130B3
The chilled water equipment, the entire air
conditioning system equipment and installation of
this project was completed by AIRSYS.
Location:
Jinan, Shandong
alarms, energy consumption extremely high and any expansion
to cooling demand cannot be accommodated.
AIRSYS’ technical site survey team were able to diagnose
major deficiencies and provide a professional upgrading
proposal within one month. The range of improvements and
modifications included customized hot containment(customized
for inconsistent on-site cabinet specifications), Inrow CRAC,
air-cooled screw chiller, new piping and water temperature
designs, installation and commissioning. Great success was
achieved across many aspects of this project such as upgrading
plan design, fast delivery, construction management and quality
control amongst others. The improvements and developments
have been met with great approval by the owner and operator
of the data center.
Project configuration: air-cooled screw chillers, CW type
Inrow CRAC, custom designed hot aisle containment. The
temperature of the chilled water supply water was raised
to 15°C, professional piping design, control systems
and project commissioning. After the retrofitting, all hot
spots in the IT room disappeared, the cooling energy
consumption was reduced by 42%, and the cooling
capacity of the machine room was increased by 51%.
Location:
Philippines
AIRSYS Refrigeration Engineering Technology (Beijing) Co., Ltd.
Address: 10th Floor, Hongkun Shengtong Building, No. 19 Xixiao Street,
Apple Park, Shijingshan District, Beijing
Tel:+86(0)10 68656161
Gu'an AIRSYS Environmental Technology Co., Ltd.
Address: No. 25, Dongfang Street, Gu'an Industrial Park, Langfang City,
Hebei Province
Tel:+86(0)10 68656161
Shanghai AIRSYS Air Conditioning System Service Co., Ltd.
Address: 2nd Floor, Building 7, No. 658, Daduhe Road, Putuo District,
Shanghai
Tel:+86(0)21 62452626 Fax: +86 (0)21 62459622
AIRSYS Australia Office
Add: PO BOX 1088, Flagstaff Hill, SA, 5159, Australia
Tel: +61 479151080
Brazilian AIRSYS Co., Ltd.
Add: Av. Moaci, 395 Conj 35/36 04083-000 – Planalto Paulista SAO
PAULO – SP
Tel: +55 (11) 25976817 / +55 (11) 21585560
German AIRSYS Co., Ltd.
Add: Dahlweg 120, D-48153 Münster Germany
Tel: +49 (0) 1757535054
Turkey AIRSYS Co., Ltd.
Add: Barbaros Mah. Evren Cad. Erzurumlular Sk. No:23 Ataşehir / Istanbul Turkey
Tel: +90(216) 4706280 Fax: +90(216) 4706290
North American
ICT Cooling:
Add: 915 De La Vina St. Santa Barbara, CA 93101, USA
Tel: +1 (805) 312 7563 Call Centre: +1 (855) 874 5380
Medical Cooling:
Add: 3127 Independence Dr Livermore, CA 94551, USA
Tel: +1 800 7131543
Singapore AIRSYS Co., Ltd.
Add: 12 Lorong Bakar Batu #06-01 Singapore (348745)
Tel: +65 62787188 Fax: +65 68416301
British AIRSYS Co., Ltd.
Add: 245 Europa Boulevard, Warrington, UK. WA5 7TN
Tel: +44 (0) 1925 377 272 Call Centre: +44(0)8456099950
Service number in China:+86-400-820-5515
www.air-sys.com
If there are any changes to the product design, please forgive us for no
further notice.
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