Achieving Energy Efficiency in Data Centres

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Achieving Energy Efficiency in Data Centres
Achieving Energy Efficiency in Data Centres
Agenda
Who we are
What we do
How we serve the BPO Industry
Energy Efficiency for Data Centres
Jardine Matheson
Founded as a trading company in China in 1832, Jardine Matheson
is today a diversified business group focused on Asia. The group
employs approximately 300,000 people and had a revenue of US$
47 billion in 2010.
The Group’s range of activities encompass:
Engineering and construction
Transport services
Insurance broking
Property investment
and development
Retailing
Restaurants
Luxury hotels
Motor vehicles and related
activities
Financial services
Heavy equipment
Mining
Agribusiness
Jardine Pacific
Jardine Engineering Corporation
Shanghai
Guangzhou
Hong Kong
MacauHO
Bangkok
Manila
88 years experience in Asia
US$ 374M turnover
over 3,500 people
8 territories
Singapore
JEC Philippines
Incorporated 1998
Fully owned subsidiary of JEC Hong Kong
Total employees 548 (Admin 54 / Technical 494)
Head office in Makati
Provides engineering services for the operation and maintenance of
building systems and electrical and mechanical contracting.
Specializes in Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning systems
and Energy Efficiency Solutions.
Enhancing Asia’s Built Environment
JEC deploys engineering expertise to enhance Asia’s built
environment and operate facilities at a world class standard.
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Services – Operations & Maintenance
Monitoring of critical engineering systems such as:
HVAC
Precision Air Conditioning
Power Supply
Electrical Systems
Building Management Systems
Fire Engineering
Security
Operate engineering systems at peak performance.
On site staff monitor equipment.
If a minor problem is identified it is rectified immediately.
If a major problem it is reported, a 24 hour emergency
maintenance team is deployed to solve the issue.
Services – Preventive Maintenance
Scheduled preventive and predictive maintenance to identify & resolve
potential equipment problems before they arise.
Perform value-added services such as particle counting, vibration
analysis, thermal scanning, and air duct cleaning.
Site Inspection
Define
Equipment
Condition
Recommendation
Implement
Solution
Services - BPO Customers
Provide operations and maintenance
services for Ayala Land over 24 sites.
Solaris
One
Vertex
One
Bonifacio
E-Services
AN2
Aprisa
Services – BPO Customers
Provide preventive maintenance,
monitoring, and operations for all IBM
sites managed by JLL in the Philippines.
Services – Other Customers
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Contracting/Environmental Engineering
Total solution design, supply and installation of cooling and other
electrical and mechanical systems.
Lighting
Building Automation
Power Solutions
Wastewater Treatment Plants
Contracting - ePLDT Ventus Call Centre Air
Conditioning and Ventilation System
Turnkey project cooling system.
Designed a cost effective solution with 8 separate systems including roof
deck, split type, window type, and package air conditioning systems.
System design maximizes energy efficiency and varies operation strength and
power consumption according to production needs.
Contracting – Wastewater Treatment
JEC, in partnership with FF Cruz and Kingsford is designing and
constructing 2 sewage treatment plants in Taguig Baybreeze and Taguig
Libingan Ng Mga Bayani (LNMB) for Manila Water.
40 and 75 Million-Litre-per-Day Sewage Treatment Facility with a
combined value of over US$ 80M.
Includes 2 year Operation & Maintenance Contract after completion of
construction.
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Sourcing
Wide range of equipment and products:
HVAC, Precision Air Conditioning, fire,
power and electrical, security.
Representing major brands, and
sourcing on a project basis.
Dedicated sourcing office in Shenzhen
HVAC
Precision Air
Conditioning
Power
Electrical
Building Automation
Fire
Security
Boiler Systems
Sourcing – Precision Air Conditioning
Modular Design:
Different combinations used to deliver flexible capacities and rapid replacement of spare parts.
Can be broken down into smaller modules for places where space is limited.
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Module A
Module B
Module A + B
(20kW)
(35kW)
(55kW)
Energy Efficient Data Centre Design
Traditional Cold/Hot Aisle Arrangement
Not all cold air from the floor
grill enters the server rack. A
large portion returns to PAC
unit. Not all capacity is used
and PAC unit has to be
oversized.
Airflow Problems in Traditional
Arrangements
24OC 45%RH
DOWNFLOW
PAC
Equipment
UNIT
Rack
CITEC
DOWNFLOW
UNIT
16OC 70%RH
As heat load increases,
airflow requirements
increase and rack draws air
from back of rack rather
than air grill.
Hot Air Loops
DOWNFLOW
PAC
DOWNFLOW
UNIT
PAC
UNIT
Equipment
Rack
Problems With Conventional Cooling
Airflow distribution in a
Data Centre is difficult to
predict.
Cool air often bypasses
the server racks and
passes straight back to
the PAC units.
Hot air discharged by
the racks is drawn back
into the racks before
being cooled.
PAC units have to supply
more cool air than
should be needed to
compensate for the
inefficiency.
About Conventional Cooling
“ 72% of cool air generated by precision air conditioning
units does not pass through IT equipment but short
cycles back to the PAC unit.”
“ 2.6 times more cooling is delivered than is required by
the IT equipment load.”
3 Solutions for Enhanced Energy Efficiency
1. Cold Aisle Enclosure
Issues:
1) Hot Data Centre
2) Complicated Fire
Suppression
35 - 40OC
Equipment
Rack
CITEC
DOWNFLOW
UNIT
20 - 25OC
No longer hot data centre but
fire suppression still an issue.
2. Hot Aisle Enclosure
35 - 40OC /16 – 23%RH
Equipment
Rack
CITEC
DOWNFLOW
UNIT
20 - 25OC / 40-55%RH
3. Heat Containment System (The
CITEC Solution)
35 - 40OC /16 – 23%RH
Intelligent fan monitors
pressure, temperature &
humidity to ensure the rack is
kept at the correct
temperature. Back-up fan
blades are built in for additional
security.
CITEC Intelligent
Fan
Equipment
Rack
CITEC
DOWNFLOW
UNIT
20 - 25OC / 40-55%RH
Solid rear
panel on the
server rack
Heat Containment – Rack View
CITEC
DOWNFLOW
UNIT
Solution eliminates the need
for a hot aisle. Racks do not
have to face each other.
Equipment
Equipment
Rack
Rack
Heat Containment Rack
(CITEC Solution)
Traditional Rack
Perforated panel
restricts airflow,
pressure must build up
inside the rack to enable
air flow.
Fan draws hot air out of
the rack. Ensure hot air
is extracted effectively.
Some hot air is drawn
back to the front due to
lower pressure.
Backing plate ensures
only cold air is drawn
through equipment .
Rear
panel
Benefits of Heat Containment (The CITEC
Solution)
No hot aisle, the whole data centre is
cold.
No circulating hot air.
Consistent temperature from bottom of
the server rack to top.
Increased PAC Unit efficiency.
Precise control over temperature of air
delivered to server racks.
Allow higher capacity with lower airflow.
Data Centre With CITEC Heat Containment System
Thank You
DX System Comparison
Hot/Cold Aisle
Heat
Containment
PXD95A
EXD70A
2550 x 885 x 1954
2300 x 885 x 1954
Air Flow (m3/s)
5.8
5.0
No. of Fan
3.0
2.0
Return Air Temp (
22.0
32.0
12.1
19.2
∆T change from
9.9 C to 12.8 C
ZR190
ZR144
Smaller Compressor
Compressor Input Power (kW)
24.7
18.3
26% Less kW
Compressor Current (A)
49.80
32.6
35% Less Amp
Net Sensible (kW)
71.54
80.42
SHR
0.87
0.99
DX Circuit Comparison
CRAC model
Foot Print (W x D x H) mm
°C db)
Supply Air Temp (°C db)
Compressor (2 no)
Comparison
Smaller Size
Less Fan
°
°
Higher SHR