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Nortek Celebrates the Completion of the First StatePoint Liquid Cooling System

Nortek Air Solutions (NAS), St. Louis, Mo., a leading provider of custom air handlers, celebrated the completion of its first manufactured StatePoint Liquid Cooling (SPLC) system, billed as “The World’s First Sustainable Data Center Cooling Technology.” SPLC technology was co-developed through a partnership with Facebook, Menlo Park, Calif.

Left to right: Celebrating the delivery and signing of the first manufactured StatePoint™ Liquid Cooling (SPLC) system, “The World’s First Sustainable Data Center Cooling Technology” (pictured in background) on Dec. 3 is Simon Peckham, Chief Executive, Melrose Industries PLC, London,—parent company of Nortek Air Solutions (NAS), St. Louis; Bruno Biasiotta, CEO, NAS; Kris Holla, Group Vice President-Channel Sales, NAS; Kevin Facinelli, Senior Vice President-Engineering NAS. The delivery celebration took place at Nortek Air Solutions’ Oklahoma City, Okla., SPLC factory.
Left to right: Celebrating the delivery and signing of the first manufactured StatePoint™ Liquid Cooling (SPLC) system, “The World’s First Sustainable Data Center Cooling Technology” (pictured in background) on Dec. 3 is Simon Peckham, Chief Executive, Melrose Industries PLC, London,—parent company of Nortek Air Solutions (NAS), St. Louis; Bruno Biasiotta, CEO, NAS; Kris Holla, Group Vice President-Channel Sales, NAS; Kevin Facinelli, Senior Vice President-Engineering NAS. The delivery celebration took place at Nortek Air Solutions’ Oklahoma City, Okla., SPLC factory.

NAS and Facebook began developing the SPLC technology in 2015. NAS recently modernized and retooled the Oklahoma City plant with a $15-million investment to manufacture SPLC systems.

The key to the SPLC’s patented design is a microporous membrane exchanger that is hydrophobic and highly resilient to scale formation. Evaporation through the membrane creates a liquid-to-air heat exchanger that cools water without cross-contamination between the water and air streams. The resulting chilled water can supply a variety of cooling distribution methodologies including fan coil walls, CRAH, hot aisle enclosures, rear door heat exchangers, chip cooling and cold plates.

The SPLC will further position NAS as the dominant manufacturer in data center cooling technology, which also includes ServerCool™ liquid cooling products, such as rear door heat exchangers (ADHX) and coolant distribution units (CDU).

“StatePoint Liquid Cooling provides a data center cooling option that facilitates our ‘To Create a Better Tomorrow Every Day’ mission by reducing carbon emissions and water consumption versus other digital environment HVAC methods,” said Bruno Biasiotta, CEO, Nortek Air Solutions, who signed the first manufactured SPLC system with other attending NAS executives. “HVAC equipment is expected to increase the world’s carbon emissions from today’s 15-percent to 25-percent by 2030. Water is also a precious commodity that is limited supply. Therefore, StatePoint is an HVAC solution that will ultimately promote a conscientious stewardship of our planet.”

To learn more about Nortek Air Solutions, please visit www.nortekair.com.

About Nortek Air Solutions

Nortek Air Solutions is an industry leader and trusted provider of custom air handling solutions and HVAC equipment for a wide range of applications – from education and office buildings, to healthcare facilities and operating rooms to data center and cleanrooms, to manufacturing facilities. Nortek Air Solutions builds and sells custom commercial solutions under the StatePoint™, ServerCool™, Governair®, Huntair®, Mammoth®, Temtrol®, Venmar™ and Ventrol® brands. For more information about Nortek Air Solutions visit www.nortekair.com.

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