ecofris is the award winning high performance cooling solution designed and
developed by Keysource and is a key component of its
Modular Data Centre Infrastructure
offering. Providing flexible, efficient and resilient data centre cooling, ecofris enables the deployment of the
latest IT technology to reduce power consumption and operating costs.
ecofris employs through wall airflow and ceiling return with integrated pressure and temperature controls.
This indirect recirculating free cooling solution is free from the limitations of a direct fresh air system
yet delivers a comparable annualised PUE.
Supporting mixed densities from 1kW – 30kW anytime and anywhere, ecofris maximises capacity and improves flexibility.
This reduces the reliance on separate backup systems, freeing up stranded and reserved power capacity
that can be better used for more IT or to reduce utility and standby power infrastructure.
Utilising a water cooled chiller for high ambient temperatures and a dry cooler with adiabatic enhancement for
free cooling, ecofris is not reliant on water for capacity but just for efficiency. This combined with modular
components and pipework ensures the highest levels of resilience in a scalable way with no compromise.
With over 15MW of systems installed and 50MW in design, our award winning and innovative solutions
are available to complement an existing facility or as part of a new build.
Speak to us today to see how you can benefit from utilising the ecofris design as a stand-alone solution or as part of our complete
Modular Data Centre Infrastructure.
- Flexible IT deployments, up to 30kW per rack, anytime, anywhere
- Modular deployment with scalable solutions
- Highly resilient design using optimised chilled water
- Reduced risk by not using direct fresh air
- Highly efficient with maximum free cooling
- Lower capex and opex with optimised performance
- Predictability with complete separation using contained racks
- New build and retrofit
Cooling Debate White Papers:
Keysource presents a comprehensive debate and conclusions on key topics related to the cooling and efficiency
of the data centre. Our white papers report on the Keysource hosted roundtable of industry expert participants,
including the Uptime Institute, who shared their real experiences and views on:
The Use of Fresh Air in the Data Centre
Is there much of a difference in efficiency for a direct fresh air system versus re-circulating indirect system? Request your copy
Raising Inlet Temperatures in the Data Centre
The operational options and cost implications are discussed in the light of the ASHREAE recommended range of temperatures and raising inlet temperatures. Request your copy