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STULZ

The natural choice

STULZ The natural choice

Juli 2007

STULZ Headquarters in Hamburg


Research & Development, Production and
International Marketing

STULZ The natural choice

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Juli 2007

STULZ International Production Sites


STULZ GmbH
Hamburg, Germany
STULZ
Air Technology Systems,
Frederick/MD, USA
STULZ S.p.A.,
Valeggio sul Mincio (VR),
Italy
STULZ
Air Technology Systems
(Shanghai), China
STULZ CHSPL (India)
P.Ltd., India

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Juli 2007

STULZ Group of Companies

A/C Technology

Turnover 2007
Plastics Technology 400 Mio
A/C Technology
300 Mio
Total

700 Mio

Employees
Plastics Technology
A/C Technology

2.400
1.600

4.000

Total

STULZ The natural choice

Plastics Technology

Manufacturer and Distributor of Air


Conditioning Products, Systems
Engineering, Service and Object
Management.

Development and Production of


Technical Plastic Components for
automotive industry.

STULZ GmbH, Germany (P)

Montaplast GmbH, Germany

STULZ Pty Ltd., Australia


STULZ-ATS (Shanghai), China (P)
STULZ France S.A.R.L., France
STULZ UK Ltd., Great Britain
STULZ CHSPL Pvt. Ltd., India (P)
STULZ SpA, Italy (P)
STULZ Groep B.V., Netherlands
STULZ Ltd., New Zealand
STULZ Polska Sp. z o.o., Poland
STULZ Espaa S.A., Spain
STULZ-ATS Inc., USA (P)
Stulz South Africa Pty. Ltd.

Montaplast of North America, Inc.,


USA
Montaplast (SIP) Co.,Ltd., China

(P): Production Site

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Juli 2007

STULZ Germany - Business Areas

Since its founding in 1947, STULZ


has specialised in areas requiring
technological expertise and
entrepreneurial flexibility. We help
to maintain standards and create
optimal operating conditions in
rooms for people and plant.

STULZ The natural choice

Precision Air Condition Units

Comfort A/C and Humidification

As an air conditioning specialist STULZ


offers a wide range of customer
solutions for the high-tech sector IT,
telecommunications and automation.
Development and manufacture of
precision air conditioning and chiller
systems, STULZ also manufactures
moreover equipment for control
cabinets and for industrial cooling.

The wide range of products distributed


stretches from portable air conditioners
to complex VRF multisplit systems.
In Germany STULZ is the sole
distributor for air conditioning units
of MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES
and HAIER and humidifiers of CAREL.

Systems Engineering

Customer Service

Ventilation and air conditioning system


engineering for high-tech and comfort
applications. From the analysis
of individual requirements through
concept preparation and system
planning to installation and
commissioning.

STULZ customer service ensures that


ventilation and precision air conditioning
systems work reliably 365 days
a year.
STULZ furthermore provides a complete
modular range of services for all
building-related aspects.

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Juli 2007

Headquarter

Find STULZ ...


Germany

Production Sites

Germany

Italy

USA

India

and its qualified and professional partners

worldwide.
China
STULZ The natural choice

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Juli 2007

We build Climate Systems protecting


your Information Technology and Telecommunications

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Juli 2007

STULZ References all over the world


9 telecom, Frankreich, ADNOC, VAE, Air Traffic Control Centre, VAE, A.I.S., Thailand, Alcatel, Frankreich, Alcatel, Schweiz, Alestra Telecom, China, American Express, New York, NY,
American Express, Seattle, WA, Andersen Consulting, Grobritannien, ARAL Aktiengesellschaft, Deutschland, Asia Global Crossing, Singapur, AUDI NSU/Auto Union AG,
Deutschland, AT&T, Cedar Knolls, NJ, AT&T, San Francisco, CA, Atlantic Hotel, Deutschland, AXA Financial, Chicago, IL, Axel Springer Verlag, Deutschland, Axis Telecom, Indien,
BBC-Cardiff, Grobritannien, Bell Telephone, Grobritannien, Banca Popolare di Novara, Italien, Banco de Santander, Italien, Bankers Trust, New York, NY, Bank of America,
Deutschland, Bank of America, Grobritannien, Bank of America, Japan, Bank of England, Grobritannien, Bank of Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Bank of New York, New York, NY,
Banque Gnrale, Luxemburg, Banque la Sogenal, Deutschland, Bloomberg, Grobritannien, BMW Bayerische Motorenwerke AG, Deutschland, British Telecom, Grobritannien,
Celcom, Malaysia, Cellnet, Grobritannien, Cellis FTML, Libanon, Chase Bank, New York, NY, Chase Manhattan, New York, NY, China Netcom, China, Christiana Bank og Kreditkasse,
Norwegen, Cisco Systems, Ottawa, Ontario, Citibank, Chicago, IL, Citibank, New York, NY, Colt Internet, Schweiz, Colt Telecommunication/Delta t, Frankreich, Columbia University,
New York, NY, Comit, Italien, Commercial Union, Italien, Cosmote Telecom, Griechenland, Crdit Lyonnais , Frankreich, Crdit Mutuel, Frankreich, Credit Suisse, Grobritannien, Credit
Suisse First Boston, Australien, Cyprius Telecom CYTA, Zypern, Czech Telecom, Tschechische Republik, Daimler-Benz AG, Deutschland, Debitel, Niederlande, DeTeMobil,
Deutschland, Deutsche Bank, Niederlande, Deutscher Ring, Deutschland, Diamantenbrse, Russland, Donaukraftwerke, sterreich, Dow Chemical, Niederlande, DTAC, Thailand,
Eircom, Irland, EMC, Japan, Enitel, Norwegen, ENTEL, Chile, E-Plus Mobilfunk, Deutschland, Ernst & Young, Beltsville, MD, ESPN, Newington, CT, ESSO Chemie GmbH,
Deutschland, Etisalat, VAE, Eurocard, Niederlande, Eurotel, Tschechische Republik, Exxon Mobil, Timonium, MD, First Data Resource, Grobritannien, Flight Simulator, Qatar, Ford
Automotive, Dearborn, MI, Ford Motor Company, Detroit, MI, Franzsische Armee, Frankreich, GE Americom, Woodbridge, NJ, Generale Bank, Niederlande, General Motors de
Portugal, Portugal, General Motors, Troy, MI, Glaxo, Grobritannien, Global Telesystem Ltd., Indien, Global Crossing Asia, Singapur, Golden Telecom, Russland, Guangzhou Finance
Centre, China, Guardian Royal Exchanges, Grobritannien, Hamburger Sparkasse, Deutschland , Hamburgische Landesbank, Deutschland , Hanson, Grobritannien, Hewlett Packard
Company, Santa Clara, CA , Honda, Niederlande, Honeywell Corporation, Boston, MA, Honeywell Europa B.V., Niederlande, Hpital St. Georges, Frankreich, IBM, New York, NY, IBM,
Boston, MA, IBM, Dnemark, IBM Deutschland GmbH, Deutschland, IKEA, Schweden, ING Bank, Niederlande, Inovant Visa, Phoenix, AZ, J.P. Morgan, New York, NY, Jaguar,
Grobritannien, Jahre Line, Norwegen, Jazztel, Spanien, Johns Hopkins Universtity, Baltimore, MD, Kansa-Yhtil, Island, K.D.D., Japan, Knigsschloss, Polen, KPN, Belgien, Lenbell,
Russland, Libertel, Niederlande, Lockheed Commercial Electronics, Hudson, NH, Libertis Telec., Kongo, Lietuvos Telecomas, Litauen, Lucent Technologies, Easton, PA, LVA,
Deutschland, MacDonnell-Douglas, St. Louis, MO, Madritel, Spanien, Malaysia Telecom, Malaysia, Mannesmann Mobilfunk, Deutschland, Mauritius Telecom, Mauritius, Mauritius
Telecom - GSM, Mauritius, MCI, Japan, Merrill Lynch, Pompano Beach, FL, Mercedes Benz de Mexico, Mexiko, Messeturm, Deutschland, Metropolitan Police, Grobritannien,
Microsoft, Crofton, Microsoft, Indien, Ministry of Interior, Qatar, Mobilcom, Jordanien, Mobilcom, sterreich, MobilCom CityLine GmbH, Deutschland, Mobiltel, Bulgarien, Mobinil,
gypten, Morgan Stanley, Japan, Morgan Stanley, New York, NY, MTN, Sdafrika, National Bank of Bahrain, Bahrain, National Geographic, Washington, DC, NBC Studios, New York,
NY, NCC, Grobritannien, Nestl CNRN, Schweiz, Nextel, Timonium, MD, Nissan, Niederlande, Nokia, Finnland, Nokia, Tschechische Republik, Nokia KFT, Ungarn, Nortel Networks,
Mexiko, O.T.E. Telecom, Griechenland, Olympic Games, Spanien, Olympisches Komitee, Schweiz, Omnitel UAB, Litauen, One Tel B.V., Niederlande, Orange Sverige, Dnemark,
Orange Sverige, Norwegen, Orange Sverige, Schweden, Orascom Tunisia, Tunesien, Orascom Algeria, Algerien, Otto Versand, Deutschland, Pannon GSM, Ungarn, Phillips-MBLE,
Belgien, Portugal Telecom, Portugal, Post & Telecom, Hongkong, PTT, China, Public Utilities Board, Singapur, Rabo Bank, Niederlande, Rabo Bank Ireland, Ireland, Radiolinja Oyj,
Finnland, Regus, New York, NY, Renault, Frankreich, Renault Technocentre, Frankreich, Reuters, Italien, Reuters, Kuwait, Reuters Ltd., Grobritannien, Rogaland Data, Norwegen,
Royal Bank of Scotland, Grobritannien, Sabafone Switch Sanaa, Jemen, Salomon Brothers, New York City, NY, Samson, Belgien, Scheepvaart College, Niederlande, Schller,
Deutschland, Scitor, Dallas, TX, SEAT-Volkswagen, Spanien, Shell, Niederlande, Siebel Systems, Chantilly, VA, Siemens AG, Deutschland, SNS Bank Den Bosch TF 1, Frankreich,
Sprint, Reston, VA, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, Swisscom, Schweiz, Telecom, Grobritannien, Telecom Argentina, Argentinien, Telecom Brasil, Brasilien, Telecom Egypt,
gypten, Telecom Eireann, Irland, Telecom Italia, Italien, Telecoms City South Exchange, Singapur, Teledirektoratet, Norwegen, Telefones de Lisboa e Porto, Portugal, Telefonia
Lokalna, Polen, Telefonica, Brasilien, Telefonica, Spanien, Telfonos de Mexico, Mexico, Telegate Madrid, Spanien, Telekom inKiew, Ukraine, Telekom-Siol Center, Slovenien, Telemig,
Minas Gerais, Brasilien, Telenor AS, Norwegen, Telephone Organisation of Thailand, Thailand, Teleross, Russland, Telmex, Mexiko, Telest, Brasilien, ,Texas Instruments, Niederlande ,
Tiwag, Italien, TOT Telecom, Thailand, Toyota, Deutschland, Toyota Industries, Japan, Trayer-Group-IT Center, VAE, TRW Corporation, Los Angeles, CA, UNEFONE, Mexiko,
Unisource, Italien, Unisource, Grobritannien, Universitt, Schweiz, UWA Motorola, Australien, VAP Medienzentrum, Deutschland, Vertical Net, Horsham, PA, Vodafone, Deutschland,
Voicestream Wireless, Rockville, MD, Volkswagen AG, Deutschland, Volkswagen de Mexico, Mexiko, Volvo Car, Niederlande, World Trade Centre, Belgien, World Trade Centre,
Schweiz

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Juli 2007

Extract of some Telecom Roll-Outs


ITALY

FRANCE

UNITED KINGDOM

RAIL WAY
TELECOM Italia

FRANCE TELECOM
LD Com TELECOM
SIRIS

BT
VODAFONE
BT Cellnet

ORANGE

SPAIN

NETHERLANDS

GERMANY

TELEFONICA
AIRTEL

TETRA
KPN-Mobile

SWEDEN

E-PLUS
MANNESMANN
MARCONI
VIAG INTERKOM

BRASIL
TELEST

JORDANIA
MOBILCOM

EGYPT
MOBINIL

SYRIA
SYRIATEL

JEMEN
SABAPHONE
PTC Y

TURKEY
TELSIM
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NIGERIA
NITEL
GLOBACOM

CONGO
ORASCOM

ALGERIA
OSRACOM
WATANIA

TUNESIA
ORASCOM

Juli 2007

Precision and comfort A/C-units comparison


The same needs?

STULZ The natural choice

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Precision and comfort A/C-units comparison


40 - 50%
Dehumidification

0 - 15%
Dehumidification

Total Cooling Capacity


=
Latent Cooling Capacity
+
Sensible Cooling Capacity
Comfort

STULZ The natural choice

Precision

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Juli 2007

Precision and comfort A/C-units comparison


Comfort

Precision

100 m3/h per kW

300 m3/h per kW

Insufficient air distribution


of a comfort A/C-unit
will result in hot spots
in the room / equipment

STULZ The natural choice

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Perfect air distibution


of a precision A/C-unit
even in remote
areas of the room

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Precision and comfort A/C-units comparison


Comfort

Precision

Operation of a comfort
A/C-unit means continuous
dehumidification

Operation of a precision
A/C-unit means only
controlled dehumidification

Comfort Air Conditioning: t 15 k


Separate humidifier is necessary.

Precision
Precision Air
Air Conditioning:
Conditioning:
tt
8
8 kk

STULZ The natural choice

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Juli 2007

Precision and comfort A/C-units comparison


Difference in the relative humidity level of the room
50 %

5%
Precision Air
Conditioning
Units

Permanent
dehumidification
10 %

STULZ The natural choice

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Comfort Air
Conditioning
Units

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Juli 2007

Precision and comfort A/C-units comparison


Precision Temperature Control
+1
K

24 C

-1K
1
C

Difference in the
control accurancy

Comfort Temperature Control


+3
K

24 C

-3K
3
C
STULZ The natural choice

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Juli 2007

Precision and comfort A/C-units comparison


Comfort A/C- units
1200 hours
Marc
h

October

Difference in the
9.00

operation time

18.00

Precision A/C-units
8760 hours/year
Jan
.

STULZ The natural choice

Dec
.

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Juli 2007

Precision and comfort A/C-units comparison


Comfort
Air
Conditioning

Precision
Air
Conditioning

Cold climate operation


10
0

0
-15

Optional winter operation


- 20 C
- 45 C
Ok

Crash

STULZ The natural choice

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- 60 C

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Juli 2007

Precision and comfort A/C-units comparison


The same needs?

Different requirements result in different design!


STULZ The natural choice

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Juli 2007

Source: ASHRAE
STULZ The natural choice

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Juli 2007

VDI 2054: Air conditioning systems for computer areas

Load density

Yesterday ?
Start-up load density

W / m2

VA / m2

800

900

- to air

approx. 550

- to water

approx. 250

1.200

Final load density


- to air

approx. 825

- to water

approx. 375

STULZ The natural choice

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1.350

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Juli 2007

Thumbs Rule for typical load densities

Load density (W/m )

Today!

Low

Medium

High

Co-Locatiom facilities,
Data centres

< 1000

1000 - 1500

> 1500

Banks, Financial Institution

< 600

600- 1000

> 1000

Telecom facilities

< 500

500 - 750

> 750

STULZ The natural choice

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Juli 2007

onl
wit y for a
h li
mit pplica
ed
hea tions
t lo
ad

Traditional system design examples

Caution !

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Juli 2007

System design cold and hot aisle (without suspended ceiling)

STULZ The natural choice

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Juli 2007

System design cold and hot aisle (with suspended ceiling)

STULZ The natural choice

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Juli 2007

System design cold and hot aisle (with suspended ceiling and service aisle)

STULZ The natural choice

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Juli 2007

Blanking plates in the rack - avoidance of air short circuit

Source: HP

STULZ The natural choice

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Juli 2007

The challenge: an even air distribution for the rack

Low air volume

Right air volume

High air volume and high


supply air temperature

Source: Intel

STULZ The natural choice

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Juli 2007

Raised floor design

Theory ???

STULZ The natural choice

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Juli 2007

Raised floor height

Height of the raised floor


VDI 2054

200 - 500 m2

approx. 400mm

500 - 1.000 m2

approx. 700mm

1.000 - 2.000 m2

approx. 800mm

> 2.000 m2

> 800mm

Recommendation according to VDI 2054 Air conditioning systems for computer areas
STULZ The natural choice

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Juli 2007

Raised floor design

Reality !!!

Mostly high temperatures are related to lack of air distribution lower set point or more cooling capacity does not cure this problem !
STULZ The natural choice

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Juli 2007

Raised floor design

Source: IBM

Source: IBM

Only a raised floor with sufficient height and perforated tiles


with limited openings allow an even air distribution !!!

STULZ The natural choice

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Type A

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Juli 2007

Type A - Aircooled system

Advantage

Disadvantage

1. Most economical system


for an application which
allows short distances
between A/C-unit and
condenser unit
2. No water pipes in the
critical room necessary
(except water for
humidifier)

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1. Limited distance between A/C-unit


and condenser unit possible
2. Refrigerant pipe work has to be
carried out by specialists
3. Condenser can be only 3-5m lower
than A/C-unit

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Type G

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Juli 2007

Type G - Water or glycol cooled system


Advantage

Disadvantage

1. Long distance between A/C-unit


and drycooler / cooling tower
possible
2. Several A/C-units can be
combined to one dry cooler
/cooling tower

1. Additional heat exchanger and


pumps are necessary
2. Water pipes in the critical room
3. High maintenance effort for the
cooling tower plant

3. Plumbers work for the water pipes


only
4. Dry cooler can be lower than A/Cunit
STULZ The natural choice

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Juli 2007

Type CW

STULZ The natural choice

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Juli 2007

Type CW - Chilled water system


Advantage

Disadvantage

1. Especially for large installations


less effort for the pipe work

1. Central building chiller


necessary

2. Centralised chilled water plant

2. Centralised chilled water plant

Ease of replace in case of new regulation


for the use of refrigerant

3. No refrigerant pipe work in the


building
4. Plumbers work for the water pipes
only

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Redundancy necessary in the design


concept

3. Only economical for large


installations Expensive for
small installations !

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Design criteria Chiller System:


4. Energy Savings possible by
Increase the water
temperature level from
7C supply & 12C
return
To
12C supply & 17C
return
Result:

7/12-System:
4+1 x ASD1500CW
Qtot = 471kW
Qsens = 456kW
Pabs = 4x8 = 32kW
2+1 x CSO2352A
Q= 470kW
Pabs= 2x74=148kW
Pabs,tot = 180kW

Savings: 16kWh x 8760h x 0,075 Eur/kWh = 10.512 Euro/Year


System costs:
100,0%
Break even: 18 months

STULZ The natural choice

12/17-System:
5+1 x ASD1500CW
Qtot = 447kW
Qsens = 447kW
Pabs = 5x8 = 40kW
2+1 x CSO1922A
Q= 464kW
Pabs= 2x62=124kW
Pabs,tot = 164kW

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108,2%

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Juli 2007

What is Mare Nostrum?


The computer is the fastest in Europe.
The cluster consists of 2282 JS20 blades.
Each blade
has two next generation
Power PC 970FX processors.
The total cluster will have a theoretical
peak capacity over 40 trillions floating-point
operation per second.

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Juli 2007

Whats the problem?


IBM asked us for an offer with DX
units.
If we use DX units we would have:
approx. 265 airchanges/hour
We would have an hurricane inside
the data center.

STULZ The natural choice

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Juli 2007

Our solution: Flexibility


We prefer to offer in this case CW units.
Alternative 1: 712 C water/25 C air
225 air changes/hour
Alternative 2: 712 C water/30 C air
160 airchanges/hour
Alternative 3: 59 C water/30 C air
140 airchanges/hour
STULZ The natural choice

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Juli 2007

Selected Units
4 U. CyberCool CSO 2352 A

10 U. CyberAir ASD 740 CW

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Juli 2007

IBM Mare Nostrum Barcelona

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Juli 2007

Comparison: 7/12, 22/50 vs. 10/15, 24/40

STULZ The natural choice

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Juli 2007

Comparison: 7/12, 22/50 vs. 10/15, 24/40

- Higher water temp. =


longer use of free cooling
- Higher return air temp. =
bigger delta between air and water =
better performance
- Lower return air humidity =
- lower risk of condensate
- lower cost of humidification

STULZ The natural choice

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Juli 2007

STULZ CW - SYSTEMS
Design parameters:

STULZ The natural choice

Water :
Return air:
Glycol:
Ambient:

7/12C
22C. / 50% r.H.
30%
35C.

Energy cost:

0,10 EURO/kWh

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Juli 2007

Energy savings by
STULZ CW stand-by management system
Unit type: ASD 1500 CW

Unit type: ASD 1500 CW

Airflow: 29.500 m/h


Return air temperature: 24 C
Relative humidity: 40 %

Airflow: 20.000 m/h


Return air temperature: 24 C
Relative humidity: 40 %

Cooling capacity (total): 105,3 kW


Cooling capacity (sensible): 105,3 kW
Net total cooling capacity: 96,9 kW
Net sensible cooling capacity: 96,9 kW
EER: 12,54 kW/kW

Cooling capacity (total): 73,0 kW


Cooling capacity (sensible): 73,0 kW
Net total cooling capacity: 70,3 kW
Net sensible cooling capacity: 70,3 kW
EER: 27,04 kW/kW

Fan (Data per unit)


Power consumption: 8,4 kW
Number: 3

Fan (Data per unit)


Power consumption: 2,7 kW
Number: 3

Hydraulics
Medium inlet temperature: 10,0 C
Medium outlet temperature: 15,0 C
Medium volume flow: 20,5 m/h
Percentage of glycol: 30 %

Hydraulics
Medium inlet temperature: 10,0 C
Medium outlet temperature: 15,0 C
Medium volume flow: 14,2 m/h
Percentage of glycol: 30 %

STULZ The natural choice

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Juli 2007

Energy savings by
STULZ CW stand-by management system
63x ASD1500CW at
24C/40%
with 10/15C water
incl.
1/3 standby capacity

Standby

42x 96,9 kW =
4.070 kW net sens.

Airflow:
42x 29.500 m/h
Fan absorbed power:
42x 8,4 = 352,8 kW

Airflow:
63x 20.000 m/h
Fan absorbed power:
63x 2,7 = 170,1 kW
63x 70,3 kW = 4.429 kW net sens

=> Energy savings:


182,7 kW x 8760h x 0,1 = 160.045 /year @ 0,1 /kWh
STULZ The natural choice

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Juli 2007

CONCLUSION
Operation cost savings in 10 years

Saving by change of design parameters


anually up to
100.000

1.000.000

Saving by STULZ stand-by management


(see stand-by comparison)
approx.

1.600.000

TOTAL savings in operation cost

2.600.000

STULZ The natural choice

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Juli 2007

Additional possibilities of saving energy

Use of bag filter systems (lower airflow resistance)


Special fans (bigger wheels)
Bigger surface of heat exchanger

STULZ The natural choice

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Juli 2007

Type CW/CW

STULZ The natural choice

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Juli 2007

Type CW/CW - Chilled water system


Advantage

Disadvantage

1. Especially for large installations


less effort for the pipe work

1. Central building chiller


necessary

2. Integrated redundancy

2. Additional chilled water source


required

3. Centralised chilled water plant


Ease of replace in case of new regulation
for the use of refrigerant

5. No refrigerant pipe work in the


building
5. Plumbers work for the water pipes
only
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3. Centralised chilled water plant


Redundancy necessary in the design
concept

4. Only economical for large


installations

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Type GE 1

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Juli 2007

Type GE 1 - Free cooling system


Advantage

Disadvantage

1. Energy saving due to reduced


compressor operation time

1. Efficient in cold climate only i.e.


North europe

2. Several A/C-units can be


combined to one dry cooler
system

2. Additional heat exchanger and


pumps are necessary

3. Plumbers work for the water pipes


only

STULZ The natural choice

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Juli 2007

Project Dublin / Irland Nov. 2004


Given data:
Heat load: 1.600 kW + 400kW redundancy
Return air conditions: 23C/45%
Energy costs: 0,11 Euro/kWh
System: GE1
Assumptions:
Max. outdoor temperature: 28C

STULZ The natural choice

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Juli 2007

Selections:
A/C unit:
25x ASD852GE1 (20+5)
Main pump: Grundfos NK200/400
Drycooler:
System1: (low price / high fan absorbed
power / low freecooling start temp.):
5 x GFH 090.1A/2x4-N(S)
System2: (high price / low fan bsorbed
power / high freecooling start temp.):
10 x GFD 080.B/2x8-S(D)b
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Juli 2007

Summary:
Operating cost per year for System1:
439.459,- Euro
Operating cost per year for System2:
310.388,- Euro
The drycooler costs for System 2 are around
220.000,- Euro higher.
The payback period is less than 24 months.

.
After 10 years you save around 1.500.000,- Euro operating costs.
STULZ The natural choice

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Juli 2007

Type GE Dynamic Free Cooling

STULZ The natural choice

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Juli 2007

GE 2 - Advanced indirect free cooling


Facts:

EC fans : variable air volume in free cooling operation

Frequency driven pumps:


Variable glycol flow according to the required cooling
capacity

Intelligent management of the stand-by capacity through


VarioLogic

Oversized housing design of the ALD/ALU units with


reduced internal pressure drop

Benefits:

+ Maximum reduction of energy consumption


STULZ The natural choice

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Juli 2007

Energiebedarf
Comparision
Engergy Consumption
of different Systems
10.000

annual power consumption [kWh]

9.000

Aircooled Unit

8.000
7.000

Free Cool Unit with


Radial Fans

100%

Free Cool Unit with A/C


Plug-Type Fan

67%

6.000
5.000

59%

4.000
3.000
2.000
1.000

45%

Free Cool Unit


with EC Fan & speed
controlled Pumps

38

34

30

26

22

18

14

10

-2

-6

-10

-14

-18

-22

-26

0
ambirnt outdoor temperature [C]
STULZ The natural choice

Company Profile

60

Juli 2007

Type GE 2 - Free cooling system


Advantage

Disadvantage

1. Energy saving due to reduced


compressor operation time

1. Efficient in cold climate only i.e.


North europe

2. Reduced pressure drop =


Energy saving

2. Additional heat exchanger and


pumps are necessary

3.Several A/C-units can be combined


to one dry cooler
4. Plumbers work for the water pipes
only

STULZ The natural choice

Company Profile

61

Juli 2007

PROJECT: PRAHA

OUTFIT OF THE NEW MAIN DATA CENTRE


FOR A TELECOM OPERATOR
AROUND 100 units ASD 521 GE2 5MW Centre

Benefits of using STULZ GE2 System:

Saving in the operation cost ensures competitive OPEX


Reliable quality ensures 24/7 operation of the main DC without
interuption
All from one source the STULZ partner takes care about all
HVAC
Fast an flexible service from skilled STULZ partners ensures
easy operation throughout the whole lieftime
STULZ The natural choice

Company Profile

62

Juli 2007

Type A/CW

STULZ The natural choice

Company Profile

63

Juli 2007

Type A/CW - Aircooled / chilled water system


Advantage

Disadvantage

1. Integrated cooling redundancy


means safety operation

1. Higher effort for the pipe work


(refrigerant + chilled water pipes)

2. Add-on cooling capacity for heat


load peaks possible

2. Central building chiller necessary

3. Shut down the building chiller


during the weekends means
energy saving
4. Building chiller can be sized
according to the required cooling
capacity w/o computer room
STULZ The natural choice

Company Profile

64

Juli 2007

Type A/CW - Aircooled / chilled water system


Low energy consumption combined with high operation safety/system availability and
potential to minimize initial investment

Condenser

Cooling requirements for office A/C:


between 500 and 700 kW
under normal climatic conditions.

Chiller

Office space

Peak loads may reach 800 kW


on some days.

Computer/IT Room

Cooling requirements of computer/IT


room 100 kW

Office space

Recommended solution:
Chiller with 800 kW capacity,
A/CW unit with external
condensers, capacity 100 kW

Office space

STULZ The natural choice

Company Profile

65

Juli 2007

Type A/CW - Aircooled / chilled water system

Condenser

Chiller

Standard daytime operation:

Office A/C on

- Chiller on
Precision
A/C in
CW mode

- CW circuit in A/CW unit active


- Compressor and condenser off

Office A/C on

Office A/C on

STULZ The natural choice

Company Profile

66

Juli 2007

Type A/CW - Aircooled / chilled water system

Condenser

Chiller

Night-time, weekend/holiday:
Office A/C off

Precision
A/C in
A mode

- Chiller off
- DX circuit in A/CW unit active
- Compressor and condenser on

Office A/C off

Office A/C off

STULZ The natural choice

Company Profile

67

Juli 2007

Type A/CW - Aircooled / chilled water system

Condenser
Chiller off

Emergency operation in
case of Chiller failure:
Precision
A/C in
A mode

- Chiller off, defective


- office A/C off
- DX circuit in A/CW unit active
- Compressor and condenser on

STULZ The natural choice

Company Profile

68

Juli 2007

Type A/CW - Aircooled / chilled water system

Condenser

Peak load operation:


(e.g. very hot weather)

Chiller

- Chiller on for office A/C only

Office A/C on

Precision
A/C in
A mode

- DX circuit in A/CW unit active


- Compressor and condenser on
to maintain conditions
in computer/IT room at set point
levels

Office A/C on

Office A/C on

STULZ The natural choice

Company Profile

69

Juli 2007

A System vs. A/CW - Aircooled / chilled water system


A negative project story

Condenser

Chiller

Office space

Computer/IT Room

The unnamed news agency or how


to save money?!?

Office space

Office space

STULZ The natural choice

Company Profile

70

Juli 2007

Type G/CW

STULZ The natural choice

Company Profile

71

Juli 2007

Type G/CW - Watercooled / chilled water system

Advantage

Disadvantage

1. Integrated cooling redundancy


means safety operation
2. Add-on cooling capacity for heat
load peaks possible

1. Higher effort for the pipe work


(cooling water + chilled water
pipes)
2. Central building chiller necessary

3. Shut down the building chiller


during the weekends means
energy saving
4. Building chiller can be sized
according to the required cooling
capacity w/o computer room
STULZ The natural choice

Company Profile

72

Juli 2007

Product Range

STULZ The natural choice

CyberAir
MiniSpace
Compact DX
Compact CW
CyberCool
CyberCool Datachiller
CyberCool XT
Telecom-Line

Company Profile

73

Juli 2007

CyberAir 2: established improved


CyberAir units offer the
highest cooling capacities with
the lowest footprint
Latest EC fan technology
Infinitely variable air volume
Standby- Management
Freecooling
High optionality

STULZ The natural choice

Company Profile

74

Juli 2007

CyberAir 2

A-System

G-System

ACW-System

GCW-System

GE-System

CW-System

STULZ The natural choice

CW2-System

Company Profile

75

Juli 2007

Outstanding accessibility
front access to all maintenance relevant components

compressor

liquid receiver /
safety valve

filter dryer

steam humidifier

EC-Fan
STULZ The natural choice

Company Profile

76

Juli 2007

MiniSpace - Product Line

STULZ The natural choice

Cooling capacities from 4kW to 20kW

2 unit sizes

3 cooling systems: A, G and CW

All cooling systems available in downflow and upflow

All cooling systems available in all unit sizes

Microprocessor C1002 / C7000

Company Profile

77

Juli 2007

Compact DX
Proven technology for
heavy thermal loads
STULZ The natural choice

Company Profile

78

Juli 2007

Compact DX - Product Line

STULZ The natural choice

One complete product line

5 unit sizes

2 cooling systems

All cooling systems available in downflow and upflow

All cooling systems available in all unit sizes

new controller philosophy

Company Profile

79

Juli 2007

2 cooling systems

STULZ The natural choice

: Direct expansion - air cooled

: Direct expansion - water cooled

Company Profile

80

Juli 2007

Compact CW
the unbeatable chilled
water alternative
STULZ The natural choice

Company Profile

81

Juli 2007

Compact CW - Product Line

STULZ The natural choice

2 unit sizes

Net cooling capacities from 30kW to 90kW

All units available in downflow and upflow

C1002 Microprocessor controlled

Proportional 3-way valve mounted

Company Profile

82

Juli 2007

The CW cooling system

STULZ The natural choice

Company Profile

83

Juli 2007

CyberCool
...the new generation of
precision chillers
STULZ The natural choice

Company Profile

84

Juli 2007

CyberCool - Dimensions

STULZ The natural choice

CSO 361/441/
511/631/781 A

CSO 882/1022/
1272/1572 A

CSO 1922/ 2352 A

W: 2.500
H: 1.945
D: 1.350

W: 3.000
H: 2.125
D: 1.500

W: 4.000
H: 2.125
D: 1.500

CLO 361/
441/511 A

CLO 631/
781 A

CLO 882/
1022 A

W: 2.500
H: 1.945
D: 1.350

W: 2.800
H: 1.945
D: 1.350

W: 3.000
H: 2.125
D: 1.500

Company Profile

CLO 1272/
1572 A

W: 4.000
H: 2.125
D: 1.500
85

Juli 2007

CyberCool
Datachiller +
Pump&Transfer
STULZ The natural choice

Company Profile

86

Juli 2007

CyberCool Datachiller Main


Precision chillers for indoor installation
features
1 unit size
5 cooling capacities from 20kW to 100kW
Space saving design. 0,89m footprint only.
Front access for all components
Capacity control with electronic hot gas bypass
Easy transport due to compact design
Save supervision via BMS with common alarm
Glycol free, high efficiency operation
Pump&Transfer unit for passive solutions
STULZ The natural choice

Company Profile

87

Juli 2007

CyberCool
XT
...Chillers for every
application
STULZ The natural choice

Company Profile

88

Juli 2007

Product range

STULZ The natural choice

Company Profile

89

Juli 2007

Telecom
Line
STULZ The natural choice

Company Profile

90

Juli 2007

Telecom-Line

Product Line

Product Type
Product

A/Cs for Shelter

Free Cooling for


Shelter

A/Cs for
Cabinets

Wall-Air

Free-Air

Compact-Air

Tel-Air

Mini-Air

Split-Air

X-Line

Wind-Air

STULZ The natural choice

Company Profile

91

Juli 2007

Wall-Air
Wall-mounted external air
conditioners
Cooling Capacities
4 to 25 kW

STULZ The natural choice

Company Profile

92

Juli 2007

Tel-Air
Vertical internal air conditioners
Cooling Capacities
4 to 11 kW

STULZ The natural choice

Company Profile

93

Juli 2007

Split-Air
Split airconditioners
Cooling Capacities
4 to 8 kW

STULZ The natural choice

Company Profile

94

Juli 2007

Free-Air

Free cooling unit


Cooling Capacities
3,5 and 6,0 kW

The energy-saving solution for


existing telecommunications infrastructure

STULZ The natural choice

Company Profile

95

Juli 2007

Compact-Air
Vertical external cabinet
air conditioner

Mini-Air
Vertical internal cabinet
air conditioner

Cooling capacities
in 5 steps from
0,75 kW to 4,1 kW

STULZ The natural choice

Company Profile

96

Juli 2007

...thank
you for
your
attention.

STULZ The natural choice

Company Profile

97

Thanks a lot for your interest


in the STULZ Group of companies

STULZ The natural choice