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Ian Seaton

Ian Seaton is an independent Critical Facilities Consultant and the retired Global Technology Manager of Chatsworth Products, Inc. (CPI).

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The Primary Data Center Delta Ts

February 21, 2018
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The Primary Data Center Delta Ts

The data center is a living, breathing organism. Depending on who we ask, the breath that brings life to the data center could be either electricity or data and that debate is fraught with chicken and egg implications. However, for those of us working around the mechanical fringe of this beast, we will probably say that …read more

The Different Data Center Delta Ts

February 6, 2018
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The Different Data Center Delta T’s

Just as “Diversification” is always a good answer to what makes a good investment portfolio and just as “balance” is always a good answer to what makes an efficient football offense, so ΔT is still a good answer to what is the key to active data center cooling. However, just as diversification can mean some …read more

A Case Study for Correcting Non-Compliant Data Center Airflow Patterns

January 23, 2018
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A Case Study for Correcting Non-Compliant Data Center Airflow Patterns

Every data center industry standard and best practice compilation specifies the importance of having all rack-mounted equipment breathe from front to rear. The minor exception is the telco standard, which merely recommends that all equipment receive and move air in the same direction. The reader is invited to check “Herding Air Molecule Cats in the …read more

Where To Start Airflow Management In the Data Center

January 2, 2018
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Where To Start Airflow Management In the Data Center

The most effective place to start an airflow management improvement initiative is not actually anywhere in the data center. Instead, the first steps toward investing in optimized airflow management begin in a conference room, office, hallway by the water cooler, or perhaps Frog Toes Microbrew Pub during Wednesday happy hour. My good friend Dennis Kniery …read more

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