Computer Room Air Handling Units for Enterprise, Colocation and Hyperscale Data Centers

With your next Computer Room Handling Unit from Data Aire, you will Maximize server space in your data center Minimize low pressure areas Reduce your costs Enable more leasable space Reduce electrical and piping requirements

Maximize server space. Minimize low pressure areas. Reduce costs. Enable more space. Reduce requirements.

28,000

Airflow 28,000 CFM
Water Flow 290 GPM @ 45ºF

32,000

Airflow 32,000 CFM
Water Flow 290 GPM @ 45ºF

40,000

Airflow 40,000 CFM
Water Flow 330 GPM @ 45ºF

46,000

Airflow 46,000 CFM
Water Flow 330 GPM @ 45ºF

52,000

Airflow 52,000 CFM
Water Flow 364 GPM @ 45ºF

60,000

Airflow 60,000 CFM
Water Flow 420 GPM @ 45ºF

gForce Chilled Water System

High Efficiency Cooling

Data Aire offers computer room air handlers up to 730 kW.

The gForce Computer Room Air Handler (CRAH) is a system often used in data centers to mitigate the heat produced by server racks and other equipment. This CRAH uses fans, cooling coils and chilled water to return cold air to the space.

These standard floor, in-row, ceiling, and wall systems are engineered-to-order for a design that meets your application requirements.

  • Features

    • Maximum operational flexibility
    • Growth potential
    • Greater service access
    • Versatile microprocessor controller
    • Dependable relay autochangeover unit
    • Accessories that help prevent hot spots
    • Less restrictive airflow
    • Highest level of efficiency
    • Radially-discharged air for uniform static pressure across a raised floor
  • Design

    • Front discharge
    • Specially designed tubular steel frame for minimum space requirements
    • Low-watt density finned tubular sheathed elements
    • A-frame coil providing greater efficiency in the cooling and dehumidification process
    • Backward curved plenum fans with EC motors
    • Three-stage reheat (available in select configurations)
    • Upflow or downflow configuration
  • Connect to your BMS | DCIM

    Equipped with dap4 touch for the dap4 control panel. dap4 supports the following network protocols for integration with a BMS.

    • Modbus RTU
    • TCP/IP
    • SNMP V1 or V2,
    • BACnet IP or MS/TP
    • LonTalk SNVT

gForce GT Chilled Water System

High efficiency single circuit system

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gForce In Row Chilled Water System

Dynamic and efficient
in-row cooling solution

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Data Aire Series Chilled Water System

Engineered for performance and reliability

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Mini Ceiling Chilled Water System

High standard of performance for small spaces and spot cooling

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Mini-Plus Ceiling Chilled Water System

Engineered to be ducted above ceiling applications

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Large Ceiling System

Designed for when floor space is limited but larger amounts of cooling are required

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Shelf Chilled Water System

Designed to  be wall mounted and perfect for applications with space limitations

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Data Cool Chilled Water System

Tight space precision cooling with minimal footprint

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