Precision Cooling

What Does Precision Cooling Mean?

Precision cooling is an air conditioning or cooling technique that is specifically designed for use in IT equipment and environments and is implemented in devices that directly cool electronic and IT equipment. It has better air filtration capabilities, higher air flow and advanced humidity control mechanisms than standard cooling techniques.

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Techopedia Explains Precision Cooling

Precision cooling helps beneficially control and manage air flow for indoor IT devices and equipments. Typically, a precision cooling system can be managed through software or programmatic access.

Precision cooling allows IT managers to control the temperature, humidity and air flow in an IT environment. Besides environmental and device cooling, precision cooling also assists in removing internal heat generated from computers and equipment. A precision cooling system vents out all the heat to maintain a balanced, sensible heat ratio, such as dynamically adjusted cooling in relation to the heat in or temperature of the device/environment.

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