[VIDEO] The Lesser Known Row Airflow Management Best Practices14 min read

by | May 13, 2020 | Blog

When discussing airflow management at the Row level, many people quickly navigate to containment, and for good reason. In many ways, it is the most impactful solution that you can implement at this level. But as we’ve previously discussed, Row airflow management is more than just containment. There are other areas in the Row that need to be addressed to achieve effective cold aisle and hot aisle separation. Sealing these other areas is what we refer to as the lesser known Row airflow management best practices.

In the video below, we discuss why these lesser known best practices are necessary steps in any Row airflow management strategy, and how to address them effectively. Whether implemented before or after containment solutions such as doors and baffles, these lesser known best practices can have a significant impact on IT equipment intake air temperatures at a relatively low cost.

This video clip was taken from our recent webinar titled, Managing Airflow at the Row Level: Data Center Containment Strategies that Don’t Bust Your Budget. To watch the full webinar, click here.

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