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Data Center Cooling
Duration: 4 Hours
Understand the best practices used when installing and operating a facility’s cooling system. While a reliable and high quality supply of electrical power is a top priority for data centers, the ability to provide effective and efficient cooling to a facility is equally important. Higher equipment densities and increasing loads are creating significant cooling issues that require a holistic approach to solve.
This course is part of Critical Cooling Basics Certificate
Indicate data center cooling methods and processes that are supported by air or liquid cooling
Identify how to properly use the ASHRAE TC9.9 Psychometric Chart
Define and describe technologies and equipment utilized inside and outside of the Datacom facility
Indicate the function of an economizer design within a data center
Identify the function of each component in the HVAC cooling loop
This course has met the required standards of the organisations listed below and is approved, accredited, validated or endorsed by them.