Digitalization of information flow moving through rack servers

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Coolgenic cold aisle containment
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Coolgenic cold aisle containment delivers proven results, improving server life and power usage effectiveness. Download our cold aisle enclosure brochure to find out more.

Coolgenic Cold Aisle Containment

Cold aisle enclosures seal in cold air and prevent mixing of cold and hot server exhaust air

Coolgenic Cold Aisle Doors

Bespoke end of aisle containment doors, including high-security and bi-sliding options

Coolgenic Cold Aisle Roofs

Bespoke aisle containment roofs. Option to integrate with fire suppression systems

About Cold Aisle Containment

Cold aisle containment optimises energy efficiency in your data centre, generating savings



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Cold Aisle Benefits

Cold aisle enclosures support data centres to increase energy efficiency and reduce costs

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