A Real Time Data Center Cooling System (RTDCCS) is created by combining ISECS (Indivudal Server Enclosure Cooling System) with MECS (Multistage Evaporative Cooling System). By combining these two patented cooling solutions, the RTDCCS can save data centers 60 to 85% of their cooling energy costs.

Patents for Real Time Data Center Cooling System (RTDCCS)

MECS is a cold water and cold air production system that is used in cooling of IT equipment applications, industrial process cooling applications, commercial and industrial building cooling applications and hospital cooling applications. The unique technology and components of the MECS uses the earth’s nature water cycle and laws of thermodynamics to produce cooling and does not incorporate any high energy using traditional mechanical refrigeration compressors and does not use Freon type refrigerants including hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs). MECS is scalable from 10 tons to over 3000 tons of equivalent mechanical refrigeration. Based on ASHRAE summer condition design parameters for Phoenix AZ (110°FDB and 70°FWB), MECS produces cold air (54.8°F), cold water (56.8°F), or both at the same time while using 60 to 85% less energy.

Data Center Cooling

Individual Server Enclosure Cool System (ISECS) – R4 Ventures Fan Coil Unit
The Individual Server Enclosure Cooling System (ISECS) is a cold water and cold air delivery system that delivers process cooling to data center enclosures (Racks) with loads up to 35 KW on a Real Time basis.

  • Process cooling adjusts to cool the actual load of the Rack
  • Adjusts water flow to meet cooling loads in Real Time (if loads vary between low 5 KW and high 35 KW)
  • Uses 61°F ± 4°F cool water from MECS
  • Provides 70°F to 80°F cool air back to Data Center space
  • Eliminates CRACs and CRAHs
  • Eliminates containment ducts
  • Can be incorporated into raised floor designs or placed above the Racks over the aisles.

Comparison of Data Center White Space Temperature Profiles

5 feet above Raised Floor

The RTDCCS recaptures lost capacity in Data Centers as loads per rack increase due to increased densities and lack of properly designed cooling system capacities saving DC Owner / Operators millions of dollars and delays the need to build a new DC.

“The Elephant in the Room is Lost Capacity”