Arctic Moose we have engineers who are well trained to deal with ventilation and air conditioning needs.

The stale and moist indoor air can be quite unsettling if not unbearable. For the health and comfort of your family, you have to ensure that fresh air from outside always finds its way into your indoor space. Through the help of our experts, we will ensure that your home is properly ventilated and air circulates without interruption.
Increases in air pressure and humidity can potentially cause locks and doors to freeze up, frost to build up in between poorly sealed window panes and increase in condensation on the interior surfaces of sealed windows. This makes your home very uncomfortable.
To rectify this, our technicians:

✓ Weather strip and caulk around your doors and windows
✓ Cover your windows with a window insulator kit during winter
✓ Install a ventilation system consisting of a fresh air intake, exhaust fans, dehumidistat, timer controls and a heat recovery ventilator
✓ Replace poorly sealed and old windows with more energy efficient windows

Recommended Computer Room Temperature

Operating expensive IT computer equipment for extended periods of time at high temperatures greatly reduces reliability, longevity of components and will likely cause unplanned downtime.
Maintaining an ambient temperature range of 68° to 75°F (20° to 24°C) is optimal for system reliability. This temperature range provides a safe buffer for equipment to operate in the event of air conditioning or HVAC equipment failure while making it easier to maintain a safe relative humidity level. It is a generally agreed upon standard in the computer industry that expensive IT equipment should not be operated in a computer room or data center where the ambient room temperature has exceeded 85°F (30°C). In today’s high-density data centers and computer rooms, measuring the ambient room temperature is often not enough. The temperature of the air where it enters the server can be measurably higher than the ambient room temperature, depending on the layout of the data center and a higher concentration of heat producing equipment such as blade servers. Measuring the temperature of the aisles in the data center at multiple height levels can give an early indication of a potential temperature problem. For consistent and reliable temperature monitoring, place a temperature sensor at least every 25 feet in each aisle with sensors placed closer together if high temperature equipment like blade servers are in use. We recommend installing TemPageR, Room Alert 7E or Room Alert 11E rack units at the top of each rack in the data center. As the heat generated by the components in the rack rises, TemPageR and Room Alert units will provide an early warning and notify staff for temperature issues before critical systems, servers or network equipment is damaged.

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