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October Lunch Meeting

Topic: Data Center Trends & Pumped Refrigeration Economization

Date: Tuesday October 8, 2019

Time: 12:00pm - 1:30pm

Location: Brother John's

In today’s data center, minimizing annual energy usage while maintaining reliability is increasingly important. While chilled-water loops operating at elevated temperatures supported by water-side economizers have helped to decrease energy usage, new innovations are changing how the data center industry thinks about direct expansion (DX) cooling infrastructures with respect to efficiency, scalability and reliability.

 

 

This overview will cover various types of economization options. One option is next generation DX system, the Pumped Refrigerant Economizer.  This is a water-less solution that provides a detailed explanation of the  pumped refrigerant economizer solution and share specific examples for how cooling efficiency can be maximized intelligently in accordance with your data center’s ambient climate. 

David Toralez

Technical Sales Manager

Vertiv

 

BS from California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo,  MBA in International Business Management from La Verne University.   Has worked in both HVAC and Energy Industry for over 30 years.

 

Has worked for Southland Industries as an engineer, estimator and project manager.  Past 18 years has worked in the Data Center Industry.  Past 16 years for Emerson Network Power/Vertiv as a Regional/Technical Sales Manager.  Manages the West and Southwest Regions.  Has experienced the transformation in the data center in recent years with the Internet of Things and drastic growth in hyperscale and colo markets.

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