Reduce Down-Time and Maintenance of Crucial Equipment and Extend the Life of Your Electronics. How well ventilated are your equipment and electronics rooms? When it comes to maintaining your electrical equipment and ensuring computers, servers, amplifiers, electronic devices and control boards last their entire expected useful lives while reducing the chances of equipment failures and needed emergency repairs. It’s i... Read More
Reduce Down-Time and Maintenance of Crucial Equipment and Extend the Life of Your Electronics.
How well ventilated are your equipment and electronics rooms? When it comes to maintaining your electrical equipment and ensuring computers, servers, amplifiers, electronic devices and control boards last their entire expected useful lives while reducing the chances of equipment failures and needed emergency repairs. It’s important to eliminate certain hazards, including high heat, humidity / moisture, dirt, dust, pollen and other pollutants. One of the ways to do this, even if an existing HVAC system is in place, is by installing various types of venting fans, including wall exhaust and air supply fans, multi-use ducted fans and ceiling mounted ventilator fans.
Common Problems with Under-ventilated and Unventilated Electronics and Equipment Rooms
Electronics, including large control boards, circuit breaker boxes, computers, data and server rooms, audio and video storage and production rooms and medical facilities with sensitive medical devices and equipment all need to ensure that they have proper airflow and ventilation as well as the ability to remove harmful contaminants from the atmosphere, like exhaust, dust, dirt, pollen and humidity to name a few. Any and all of these elements can be harmful to this sensitive equipment type.
- Dust, dirt and pollen can accumulate on the internal components and any pre-installed internal fans and cause overheating situations.
- Moisture on an inside electrical equipment and computer and data equipment can cause shorts and arcing, resulting in failures and the need for immediate maintenance and repairs.
- Excessive hot conditions in equipment and electronics rooms can cause the components to overheat and/or stop working entirely.
Types of Rooms, Areas and Equipment That Benefit from Proper Ventilation
If your office complex, data center, manufacturing facility or industrial complex has any of these rooms, your sensitive electronics' equipment, computers, printers, copy machines and servers could all benefit from extra airflow, ventilation and stale air removal.
- Audio and Video equipment Rooms and Production Studios
- Cloud Hosting and Storage Centers
- Computer and server rooms
- Control and Switchboard Walls
- Data Mining and Storage Centers
- HVAC and Electrical Equipment Rooms
- Medical Facilities, Hospitals, Surgery Centers and Doctors’ Offices
- Research Facilities
- Security and Building Monitoring Rooms
- Wind Turbines
- Medical Appliances
- Cooling of Motor Controls
- Heat Exchangers
- Clean Rooms
Types of Fans You Can Install to Help Ventilate Equipment and Electronics Rooms
Even if your commercial, industrial, retail or office building already has a rooftop or commercial HVAC system, you may still need extra ventilation in your equipment rooms in order to ensure your sensitive and expensive electronic and computer equipment stays cool and doesn’t collect, dust, dirt, debris or pollen on the exterior or interior of the equipment cases. To help you ensure that your equipment and electronics rooms are well ventilated, we offer exhaust fans, utility fans and inline duct fans.
Shutter Mounted and Motorized Impeller Wall Exhaust Fans
Our shutter wall and motorized impeller wall exhaust fans stale, stagnant and hot air that may contain moisture. These fans are available with CFMs ranging from 251 to 55,000. These fans are perfect for industrial equipment rooms and data mining centers as well as computer and electronic storage rooms. The motorized impeller type fans are designed specifically for the purposes of heat and dust control, since they are able to handle temperatures of up to 140 degrees F.
Multi-Purpose and Centrifugal Duct Fans
Our multi-purpose and centrifugal duct fans are great for rooms that already contain air ducts that are connected to mechanical ventilation systems or HVAC equipment. These fans are available with CFMs between 0 and 75,000, and multiple inline duct fans can be installed in order to facilitate the removal of stake, stuffy and moisture-laden air that could damage your electronic equipment and computers, servers, audio and video equipment. These fans are perfect for medical facilities, hospitals, data centers, storage rooms and server rooms.
Utility Ventilator Fans
Our utility ventilator fans are typically ceiling mounted, but can be wall mounted as well. These high-quality continual duty fans are a great addition to any equipment or electronics room that needs more airflow and improved removal of stale, stagnant and contaminated air. These fans come with CFMs between 50 and 3,700, and they are easy reasonably simple to install.
When you need extra airflow and ventilation for your critical computer equipment, including desktops, servers, data storage machines, and ventilation in order to ensure your medical equipment doesn’t overheat or become encrusted in dust, dirt and pollen, we can provide you with the extra mechanical ventilation you need. Just call us at 866-727-1060.