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Mitsubishi brings cooling expertise to Data Centre World

Mitsubishi Electric will be bringing its expertise in air condition and chillers to this year’s Data Centre World in March.

At the event, Mitsubishi Electric will be showcasing its products designed exclusively for the unique working environments of IT cooling rooms. The company will be demonstrating its solutions on Stand D270.

Following the acquisition of Climaveneta, Mitsubishi Electric has been combining its market leading product development with the expertise and knowledge brought by Climaveneta. This has enabled the company to deliver increasingly energy efficient and diverse solutions to the IT cooling market. Mitsubishi Electric's IT cooling range makes it possible to keep temperature and humidity constant even with very wide load variations, ensuring the correct room conditions all year round.

Owing to the variable cooling loads often required by the complex environments of IT rooms, it is important to ensure any cooling system is able to offer high cooling capacity at full load. This allows the IT equipment to operate correctly when it is most needed.

On stand, Mitsubishi Electric will be showing off a range of its products designed to deliver high sensible cooling and close control of temperature and humidity, as well as perimeter cooling units and rack and door cooling solutions.

The full range of products from Mitsubishi Electric can be viewed on Stand D270 at Data Centre World on March 11-12.

13 February 2020


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