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Chilled Water Piping for your Data Center
* Discuss the deployment of both traditional hard piping as well as newer, flexible piping * Identify the various failure modes of hard piping and flexible piping installations * Review considerations for deploying both under-floor and overhead hard piping installations * Compare the benefits of both hard piping and flexible piping for chilled water systems
In data centers, The traditional approach to piping distribution has been to use hard copper or carbon steel piping with welded, brazed or threaded fittings for routing and branching of The piping to The computer room air conditioners. with The current trend of increased densities In It equipment and more frequent moves, additions, and changes, computer room air conditioners must occasionally be added to The traditional lay-outs where The use of hard piping becomes problematic. these additions require new piping to be installed, increasing deployment time of The equipment and increasing The risk of down time associated with The installation. The result is that There is a need In The industry for a more flexible modular system of piping that can better accommodate changing requirements. this course explains this new piping Technology and its application to next-generation data centers. Course Credits: * This course has been approved by Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) for one (1) PDH * This course is recognized for continuing education credit from IFMA for CFM/FMP Maintenance Points. * This course has been approved by the IL Society for Professional Engineers (ISPE) for one (1) PDH
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* Discuss the deployment of both traditional hard piping as well as newer, flexible piping * Identify the various failure modes of hard piping and flexible piping installations * Review considerations for deploying both under-floor an...
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