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Technological Units

Reliable and efficient component solutions from the basis of a quality unit.

Depending on your needs, we will ensure the most robust and efficient technological solution, with minimal environmental impact.

We design and operate systems with regard to their availability and serviceability.
The modular technology of our systems also allows for existing systems to be adapted or expanded.

We’re just ordinary electricians and technicians, but we specialise in solutions that others claim are impossible.

Pavel Herout
Sales Director

Power Supply

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Power systems form the cornerstone of any technology, and so we always place special emphasis on optimal design. Our solutions cover all power supply systems – including a conventional power supply, back-up power, distribution systems, support for control and monitoring systems, and standard installation and lighting.

Typical power system technologies

  • HV substations
  • HV/LV transformers
  • Low voltage distribution switchboards, from 10,000 A to sockets for the connection of individual appliances
  • HV and LV cable distribution systems and support systems
  • Static UPS ranging from kVAs to MVAs
  • LV and HV generators
  • Dynamic rotary UPS systems
  • Automated STS and ATS systems
  • Standard building wiring
  • Standard and emergency lighting systems
  • Grounding systems, bonding, and VF grounding systems (for telecommunications purposes)
  • Overvoltage restriction and protection systems
  • Anti-static devices
  • Lightning conductors
  • Supply of fire safety equipment
  • Emergency power off

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Cooling

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Maintaining stable external conditions is critical to the operation of your technology systems. Our solutions include all systems for maintaining the required temperature and ambient parameters, such as air purity.

Typical heat removal systems and ambient parameters maintenance technology

  • Precision air conditioners (DX, CW, combined systems)
  • Conventional air conditioning systems (split system, VRF system)
  • Economizers (air, water, refrigerant)
  • Heat recovery systems
  • Direct liquid cooling systems
  • Fresh air ventilation systems
  • Exhaust ventilation systems
  • Humidification and dehumidification systems
  • Air filtration systems
  • Adiabatic pre-cooling systems
  • Condensate drain systems
  • Overpressure maintenance systems (protection against dust and moist ingression)
  • Leak detection systems for cooling and other liquids or gases
  • Separation and support systems for efficient heat exchange

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Control Systems

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Control and regulation for maximum efficiency and minimum OPEX. It offers a graphical, fully intuitive interface for setting parameters and operational modes (typically high-availability mode, high-efficiency mode, optimum mode and user defined mode). All our systems can be fully integrated with other systems.

Typical management system technologies

  • Management systems of standard and backup power supplies
  • Systems for management and regulation of cooling technologies
  • CRAC/CRAH units
  • Condenser unit
  • Chiller
  • Circulation pumps
  • Ventilation management and regulation systems (AHU units, FCU, fans)
  • Systems for regulating cooling air quantity for critical technologies
  • Management and optimization of distribution paths
  • Managing redundant operations of critical technologies
  • Systems for production and supply of process water
  • Management systems for fuel systems
  • Systems for integrating subsystems

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Monitoring

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Solutions suitable for small server rooms as well as large data centers, technological units and individual sensor networks (IoT). Immediate overview of the status of technology, security, ambient sensors, and other supporting systems. Enables backward analysis of all data and events and is interoperable with other systems.

Key Features

  • Real-time/near-time monitoring system
  • Fast response, stability and integrated management functions, thanks to the platform used
  • System core scalability and modularity
  • Identification of repeated negative trends, through sophisticated data analysis
  • Simplified planning and management, thanks to analytical functions based on dynamically measured values, trends (PUE, load, resource capacity, etc.)
  • Easy integration with DCIM modules
  • Intuitive use and user-friendly interface
  • Fully customized implementation
  • Interconnection with IT and industrial monitoring and management systems, open API

Benefits

  • Optimized OPEX
  • Increased availability of critical infrastructure
  • Compliance with processes and certification (e.g., ITIL)
  • Personalized control of the entire system
  • Openness and security of the solution
  • High flexibility
  • Expansion and upgrade of the system in full operation

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Physical Security

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We always design and implement custom physical security systems based on our system of risk assessment and its relevance to the specific location and technology. We will draft a physical security for the building and recommendations for risk reduction. We will choose the best combination of measures together with you.

Typical physical security system technologies

  • Building zoning system
  • Mechanical barrier systems
  • Security guards systems
  • Electrical and electronic protection systems
  • CCTV systems, including night vision systems
  • Electric access control systems, including PalmSecure® technology
  • Alarm and emergency systems
  • Fence security systems
  • Gates and vehicle tracking systems
  • People and equipment tracking systems
  • Air protection systems
  • Secure communication systems
  • Internal navigation systems
  • Robotic systems
  • Systems for integration security systems

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Fire Safety

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An integral part of a complex solution for protecting people and property. A fire safety and protection strategy is a basic document for drafting any documentation for a construction or reconstruction project.

Typical fire safety technologies

  • Fire compartmentation
  • Fire safety equipment
  • Fire detection systems, including laser suction detection
  • Electrical fire signaling and connection to alarm receiving center
  • Manual alarms
  • Evacuation radio system and optical acoustic signaling
  • Smoke ventilation systems
  • Fixed firefighting equipment
  • Sprinklers
  • Fire extinguishing systems based on natural or chemical agents
  • Oxygen reduction systems
  • Water-mist fire exthinguishing systems
  • Hand-held fire extinguishers

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Network infrastructure

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This includes the basic proposal for the systems topology, allocation of space for individual systems; sizing, positioning and coordination of paths; and precise positioning of end sockets, racks and stands.

For data centers where network infrastructure is a critical component of technology, we typically integrate 3 types of data networks:

  • production data network intended for the production ICT, which is critically dependent on it,
  • technological data network for critical systems of operational technologies,
  • common office data network serving other non-critical operating systems.

 

Typical network infrastructure technologies

  • Fiber optic cables, welded and pre-terminated
  • Metallic cables, welded and pre-terminated
  • Patch panels, fiber optic and metal
  • Patch cords, fiber optic and metal
  • ODM and ODF panels
  • Fiber optic cable tracing systems
  • Metal cable tracing systems
  • Network infrastructure management systems

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Physical infrastructure

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When putting in place the physical infrastucture for your technological systems, we consider your particular requirements and the specifics of the structure or building, as well as security aspects.

Typical physical infrastructure technologies

  • Raised floors
  • Suspended ceilings
  • Racks and cabinets (distributors and racks for ICT, battery racks, etc.)
  • Cooling air separation systems (e.g. ICT hot aisle/cold aisle systems)
  • Steel support structures (for indoor and outdoor cooling units, switchboards, pipes, exhaust and HVAC systems)
  • Lifting and handling equipment
  • Anti-vibration and anti-noise measures

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System integration

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System integration is a process of interconnecting different subsystems (e.g. power, cooling, etc.) into one functioning unit. Individual subsystems are linked together defined by project documentation, and they communicate either with each other, or centrally, on the central management system platform (BMS).

The aim of the integration process is:

  • Maximum efficiency, availability and safety of the unit
  • Compatibility and interconnection of individual subsystems
  • Harmonization of individual subsystems so that they interact in line with the project documentation (design) of the unit
  • Optimal functioning of the individual subsystems within

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