Precision climate control accurately regulates temperature and atmospheric humidity to the degree in order to secure the functioning of sensitive equipment. The continuous availability of computer systems at favourable costs can be efficiently ensured in data centres and switching rooms for GSM networks. Central management is possible through communication with Building Management Systems at various established providers.
The heated air is suctioned up out of the computer room (the hottest air is found at the top of the space) and cooled in the precision climate control system. This conditioned air is then blown under the computer floor. Floor grids ensure that the air is blown directly to the heat sources, so that the room can be perfectly temperature-regulated with a high internal heating load.