Rittal Cooling

Rittal offers scalable climate control data center cooling solutions. Rittal’s flexible cooling concepts are designed according to your requirements, to effectively handle unwanted heat loads.

Rittal Rimatrix5 Data Center Cooling Solutions

Heat problems in data centers can only be avoided through the implementation of new modular climate control concepts. Due consideration must be given to parameters such as temperature, humidity, the velocity, pressure and direction of air flows, as well as the heat losses of the installed components.

Rittal RimatriX5 offers these solutions:

  • Passive cooling (utilizing the ambient air)
  • Active, rack-specific cooling
  • High-performance cooling for temperature-neutral data centre expansion

In each case, the systems are tailored exactly to your specified wishes and application requirements, taking into consideration all ambient conditions. Software-assisted planning tools minimize investment outlay and provide for maximum peace of mind.

Liquid Cooling
RimatriX5 solves the problems of climate control for racks with high heat losses of up to 20 kW. Extremely high heat loads can be transported out of the rack with air/water heat exchangers, i.e. the Rittal LCP (Liquid Cooling Package). CPUs, power supplies, hard disks and many other electronic components can be cooled directly, efficiently and quietly.

Fan Systems
Various fan systems are available to enhance air flow distribution in the racks, utilizing the ambient air for cooling of the hardware components. Under optimum conditions, fan systems are able to dissipate heat losses of up to 5 kW from the rack

Cooling units
Cooling units are also able to lower the inside enclosure temperatures to below the ambient temperature. This calls for enclosed systems. The range covers cooling capacities up to 4 kW.

CPU cooling
CPUs, power supply units, hard disk drives and many other electronic components can be cooled directly, efficiently and quietly.

Recooling systems
Provide a central chilling and supply station for the coolant media of liquid cooling systems. The spatial separation of the media chilling and cooling processes, permits the temperature-neutral expansion of data centers.