Come Learn: Join the Indirect Evaporative Cooling Webinar

June 23, 2015 / by Ken Wheeler

Join me for a webinar on Indirect Evaporative (IDEC) Cooling Solutions!

The explosion of digital content, which has driven much of the growth in the modern world economy, has led to greater demand for data centers across the globe. This expansion has resulted in data centers becoming an ever-increasing consumer of electricity, with IT cooling being a major contributor. In the US alone, data centers consumed an estimated 91 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity in 2013 and are expected to grow significantly in the next decade. Increasing energy prices, and shifting regulatory landscapes have industry professionals seeking out innovative ways to incorporate highly efficient cooling equipment into their space. 

Join us for a webinar to discuss one of the newest, most energy efficient modern solutions: Indirect Evaporative Cooling and how you can utilize this technology in your mission critical space today.


 STULZ has over 40 years of experience designing and implementing technologies for highly efficient data center cooling. In this 45 minute webinar, you will learn how STULZ can help you plan, customize, and implement the type of mission critical cooling solution that fits your exact needs with the new Indirect Evaporative Cooling Equipment (STULZ IeCE™). 

Choose your Date:

  • July 2, 2015
  • July 16, 2015
  • July 21, 2015

Sign me up!

This important presentation will cover:

  • The environmental and technology drivers that are making Indirect Evaporative Cooling desirable
  • When and how Indirect Evaporative Cooling becomes the right solution
  • How STULZ works with customers to design the right solution
    • Independent design is based on proven technology
    • All products are Made in America
    • Advanced testing facilities to prove your design
  • STULZ's Indirect Evaporative design and function
  • Additional cooling solutions

Reserve your spot today! 

Topics: Data Center Design, Indirect Evaporative, Air Handling Unit

Ken Wheeler

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