Data Centers

Data Centers

Internet-connected equipment and systems rely on data centers to be the repositories of our continually growing needs—always on and delivering at a moment’s notice. Backup generators supporting data center operations must reliably start with full load power in an emergency.

Employing an efficient pump-driven design, Hotstart HOTflow® engine heaters can maintain a generator’s ideal water jacket temperature during standby mode at a lower cost than a traditional engine heater. Less power used means reduced overall operating costs. Data centers incorporating multiple backup generators can realize immediate savings by upgrading to HOTflow heaters.

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Power Generation products for Data Centers:

Energy Efficient Heaters

The CKM can ensure diesel or gas engines are ready to start and assume full load quickly with minimal wear.

The CKM model heater is designed to be a true drop-in replacement for legacy convection-based systems. Featuring a mechanically-driven pump and a custom-designed pump volute mated to a stainless-steel…

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A pump-driven forced circulation that provides superior heat distribution while improving heater performance.

The HOTflow® CSM engine heater features the most powerful pump (10 gpm flow) and most powerful heating element options (up to 12 kW) in the HOTflow® lineup. The CSM's heating power, combined with…

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An efficient forced circulation system that allows for a variety  of small engine applications.

Despite its small footprint, efficient forced circulation allows the HOTflow® CTM system to heat engines up to 20 liters in displacement, allowing for a wide variety of weather-protected small engine…

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