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Case Study

Data CenterLandon State Office Building

Cooling Upgrade for Data Center and UPS

Topeka, KS 186,590 SQ FT

Completed: January 14, 2020

      The state of Kansas wanted to improve the cooling capacity at the Landon State Office Building to better serve the data center and uninterruptible power supply (UPS) housed there.

      We decommissioned, removed and disposed of the old equipment and fluids. McElroy’s installed a new 160-ton packaged, air-cooled chiller, plus the associated chilled water storage tank, plate-and-frame heat exchanger, pumps, expansion tank, glycol feed unit and by-pass chemical feeder. Connecting piping and valve controls integrated the new equipment with remaining system elements, and was timed to minimize disruption.

      McElroy’s provided automatic temperature controls and programming, and then tested and balanced the system to ensure complete and optimum function.

PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS

  • 160-ton packaged, air-cooled chiller
  • Chilled-water storage tank
  • Plate-and-frame heat exchanger
  • Glycol feed unit and bypass chemical feeder
  • Expansion tank
  • Piping, fittings, valves and pumps
  • Decommission, remove and dispose of old equipment and fluids
  • Automatic temperature controls and programming
  • System testing and balancing
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