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Computers leading to increased air conditioning use

Computers in schools are resulting in an increase in the use of air conditioning, according to a new report.
Open Dest consulting, support and outsourcing group, Sirius, has said that the increase in the number of computers in schools means that IT rooms are becoming increasingly hot.


Despite the fact that school computers spend most of their time idle, they still produce a significant amount of heat, but children cannot be expected to work in an ever-warming environment.

Therefore, even on cold days, schools sometimes need air conditioning systems in their IT rooms to counteract the heat produced by the computers.

Needs are likely to increase in the future, with the government aiming to provide a computer for every pupil, meaning air conditioning systems in schools will become more prevalent over the next decade.

The IOR Annual Conference – a conference on-demand

Delegates to the IOR Annual Conference taking place from 21 to 22 April will get the chance to access the event live and all sessions and recordings for up six months afterwards providing fantastic value and allowing anyone registering for the event ...

  01-Apr-2021

Evaporative cooling leader celebrates 50 years

Seeley International, Australia’s largest air conditioning and heating manufacturer and global leader renowned for over-the-horizon, energy-efficient cooling and heating products, is celebrating its golden jubilee in 2022 – 50 years of world-leading ...

  28-Sep-2022

If you need to open a solenoid valve manually, you need a SVOM!

"THE SMALL TOOL WITH A BIG ATTRACTION" Available from Refrigeration Wholesalers If you would like to become a distributor please contact sales@fridgenius.co.uk
  30-Jun-2022
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