Keep our servers cool when the power goes out
Our client, needed a turnkey power solution to be provided for a large national data centre. The data centre needed to be certain that their equipment could be kept cool in a power cut, and with a large server array in an enclosed space, that means a lot of heat being pumped out. If the power to their massive cooling system failed, it would severely compromise this client’s ability to provide a service to its customers.
JS Power were asked to find a solution that would keep their client’s power-hungry coolant systems satisfied should their prime power ever fail.
Linked diesel standby generators, sound attenuated
Working with and on-behalf of the Electrical Contractor, JS Power supplied a pair of 1650kVA containerised generators to provide backup in the event of a power failure.
With space at a premium around these massive generators, a certain amount of innovation was needed. A remote radiator system – a solution engineered especially for this job – was installed on each of the generators, allowing them to slot perfectly into the space allowed.
Synchronising the output of these massive diesel generators allows them to provide a total power output of 3300kVA, enough to keep most rooms cooled – even a room stuffed with server equipment. This system was already installed with existing Uninterruptible Power Supplies, so in this instance we didn’t have to provide them.
We were very pleased with the way JS Power provided exactly for our needs” said Mr Gary Burgon, Technical Director of the Rosebery Group. “They’ve supplied us with two powerful, reliable, standby generators, customised to fit.