Tate DirectPerf Airflow Panel, 32%
Tate DirectPerf airflow panel has all-steel construction with a 32% open area that angles data center cooling toward server racks to significantly improve energy efficiency and reduce bypass air. Finishes are available in white powder coat or uncoated.
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Tate DirectPerf airflow panel 32% angles data center cooling toward the server rack to significantly improve energy efficiency and reduce bypass air. The DirectPerf airflow panel 32% provides nearly the same data center cooling capacity as a standard 56% open area grate using about half the airflow. The panel is designed with a unique combination of directional and vertical perforations which provides evenly distributed air flow across the entire face of a typical IT rack.
Tate's DirectPerf airflow panel 32% maximizes energy efficiency and the overall capacity of any new or existing data center by nearly eliminating bypass air. The precise delivery of air to the face of the rack reduces by-pass air, allowing new data centers to in turn reduce the number of CRAH units. Retrofits can set CRAH units with fixed speed fans to standby mode or adjust variable fan drives to operate at lower static pressure, saving energy. The directional airflow eliminates the need for an aisle containment roof. The facility's overall cooling capacity will also be improved, allowing for the addition of IT equipment without the capital investments in infrastructure.
Key Performance Characteristics
- 32% open area delivers 1,285CFM @ .1” H2O when installed without a damper
- DirectPerf airflow panel increases server capture rates
- Can save over 40% in annual fan energy savings
- Easily integrates into an existing 24” and 60cm raised floor systems
Airflow Performance Information
Directional Perf CFM 32% Open Area
Single-Zone Opposing Blade Damper
Multi-Zone Opposing Blade Damper