Support : Precision Air-Conditioner
- Visiontec CeilingHung VCM (Air Cooled Type)
- Visiontec CeilingHung VCM (Chilled Water Type)
- Visiontec ChilledWater Floor Standing PAC (9kW to 17kW)
- Visiontec ChilledWater Floor Standing PAC (20kW to 92kW)
- Visiontec Air Cooled Floor Standing PAC (9kW to 17kW)
- Visiontec Air Cooled Floor Standing PAC (20kW to 30kW)
- Visiontec Air Cooled Floor Standing PAC (33kW to 92kW)
- Visiontec Dual Fluid Floor Standing PAC (9kW to 17kW)
- Visiontec Dual Fluid Floor Standing PAC (20kW to 30kW)
- Visiontec Dual Fluid Floor Standing PAC (33kW to 92kW)
- Visiontec Precision AC
- CEILING HUNG SERIES - VCM
- FLOOR STANDING SERIES - VSSF & VSMF
FAQs : Precision Air-Conditioner
- High cfm per ton (550 to 600 cfm/Tr) vs comfort air con which is 350 ~ 400 cfm per ton.
- High sensible heat ratio ( > 0.90).
- Suitable for continuous 24 hour and 365 day operation.
- Inbuilt heater and dehumidification strategy to control temperature and humidity within narrow tolerance simultaneously.
- Use of TXV valve in lieu of capillary tube for better refrigerant regulation.
- Microprocessor controls for close monitoring and regulation of temperature and humidity with a user friendly interface which allows high level interfacing.
- Higher efficiency air filtration.
a) Inside conditions of temperature and humidity: The recommended inside condition by ASHRAE is 22°C±1°C db and 50% ±5%RH.
b) Outside conditions: Suitable derating of equipment capacity must be considered based on a condensing temperature which is normally 20°F higher than ambient temperature and varies with the ambient temperature.
c) Equipment selection must satisfy the heat load and air quantity requirements. Precision air conditioners have airflow in excess of 550 cfm per ton.
d) Standby requirement: having calculated the heat load, the next step is to decide the capacity and number of air conditioning units to be selected from the standard models available from most manufacturers and accordingly determine the capacity of the standby unit. As an example, if the heat load works out to 75 Kw, one can select three units of 25 Kw as operational plus one unit to work as a standby (commonly referred to as n = 3 + 1) or select two units of 37.5 Kw as operational plus one unit as a standby (referred to as n = 2 + 1). The criticalness of the air-cond area, total price of each selection and the physical constraints at the installation site will finally determine the best choice.
Heat loads should account for the following internal loads in the Server room:
- equipment loads are normally assumed on the basis of density per sq.ft and it is all sensible heat. It can varies from 15 Watt per sq.ft. for scarcely populated server rack with low heat generating server to 200 Watt Btu/hr per sq.ft. for densely populated server room with high heat generating servers. The most accurate heat estimation is to get the heat rejection load of the IT equipment to be installed. Diversity factor for equipment load is approximately 60-80%.
- occupancy levels are minimum, normally 2 or 3 persons.
- lighting loads are normally considered at 1.5 watts per sq.ft.
a) No ducting required: The gap between the raised or access floor and the true floor acts as a supply air plenum eliminating ducts and shrinking the project completion time. Incidentally the access/raised floor is installed in any case to simplify electric wiring which is simply laid on cable tray in the raised floor.
b) Natural convection: As the conditioned air is supplied through floor grilles with volume control, the cold air cools the electronic equipment much faster and more efficiently as it moves up, after extracting heat from the equipment. The follows the natural convection path of the air. The warm air is then sucked back from the top of the precision unit, cooled and fed back to the room from the bottom.
c) Even Air Distribution: Air distribution is even and uniform through floor grilles with VCDs (Volume Control Dampers) installed on the false floor tiles.
d) Greater Flexibility: If equipment layout is changed in the future, air distribution can be changed very easily by relocating the floor grilles wherever required.
e) Eliminates Pests: Since the air temperature below the raised floor is between 11-16°C, rats and cockroaches don’t feel welcome and tend to keep away.
f) Lower Fan Static Pressure: Underfloor air distribution requires only 7-10mm E.S.P. against 20-25 in a ducted system, which keeps power consumption down and reduces noise level.