Synavax™ Coatings Keep Servers Cool
We’ve seen issues where the AC failed in a data center, causing the servers to become “excellent objects for frying eggs on” which is bad, bad, bad for the data being stored on them. This is why many of these server farms and data centers set high temperature alerts.
A typical high temperature alert for a data center is at 80F-85F (26.7C-29.4C), letting them know the server is near “meltdown-point”. Admins are often directed to shutdown servers when the room they’re residing in reaches 90F-100F (32.2C-37.8C) to protect the hardware and data that is stored on them
Insulating the roof and walls of the building that houses the servers can help significantly. Insulating with Synavax™ coatings has been proven to be the easiest and most cost effective way to keep these buildings cooler. It’s an easy paint-on solution that can be installed in a day and can produce significant positive results.