Publishing Date: Nov 10, 2020

Datacentres for better security

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Kelvion has launched a new innovative online platform called K°Focus because keeping the world connected requires huge amounts of power and, by the same token, creates a large amount of heat.

In an increasingly environmentally-conscious world, how can data centres maintain a reliable, 24/7 operation yet, at the same time, save energy and reduce their carbon footprint?

K°Focus describes in simple bite-sized chunks the different methods for keeping data centres cool and capturing waste heat and the challenges involved.

The content is divided into five chapters, which also include information about the various heat exchange solutions, supported by helpful diagrams. For those wanting a more detailed description, downloadable technical papers are available for each chapter.

Three of the five chapters are now live:

  • White Space Air-Based Cooling
  • White Space Liquid-Based Cooling
  • Heat Rejection

The final two chapters on HVAC and Utility Cooling will be published in the coming months.

About Kelvion Holding GmbH:

The name Kelvion represents innovation and tradition in heat transfer.  Kelvion's roots go back to the 1920s and the company is now an international technology partner to the industry and continues to produce new product solutions, optimized for specific areas of application. Kelvion designs, manufactures, and markets Compact Fin Heat Exchangers, Plate Heat Exchangers, Single Tube Heat Exchangers, Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers, Transformer Cooling Systems and Cooling Towers.

The company supplies customers in global markets for power generation, oil and gas, chemicals and marine, food and beverage as well as sugar, heavy industry, transportation and the HVAC and refrigeration technology sectors. Customers in these industries benefit from durable, secure solutions and low operating costs, and are supported by a global service network. As of 31 December 2017, the company had generated annual sales of approx. 800 million euros and employed around 5,000 staff around the world.

For more information, please visit or contact Kay Wyrwich on +49 234 980 2567 / +49 (0)162 950 2872 or by emailing

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