GF Piping Systems (GF), a global supplier of thermoplastic piping systems, announced today its participation in DCD’s virtual conference taking place August 4-5, 2020. The conference, which will focus on data center cooling technology and the challenges of managing high density deployments, is expected to draw over 1,000 delegates from around the world. The conference will feature live Q&A, audience polls and thought-leadership sessions from industry experts. GF’s Mark Bulmer, Head of Data Centers Global Market Development, and Charles Freda, Director, Data Centers - Americas, will speak jointly at their session entitled, Leading Edge Plastic Piping Sytems for Cooling Data Centers to be held August 5th at 12:00 PM EDT, 9:00 PDT.
This session will focus on how engineered plastic piping systems can offer enhanced mission critical cooling in data centers ranging from chilled water distribution to direct liquid cooling in white spaces and computer rooms, to varied utilities on rooftops. Speakers will also discuss the benefits plastic systems provide over other materials, and how they can help achieve the goals of rapid deployment and improved energy efficiency.
Content will also include how GF engineering services help data center construction with design review and assistance, stress/flow/expansion calculation, bracketing and support guidance, VDC collaboration and documentation for as built and BIM inclusion. Fabrication services provide manufacturing custom MEP modules that incorporate all piping system elements as well as prefabricated spools and skids per customer specification for quick installation onsite.
GF’s plastic piping solutions for cooling applications are the result of years of pioneering innovation, providing owners and operators of data centers with a quickly employed efficient and reliable operation during the entire service life of their projects. Outdoor systems include solutions that are lightweight and completely weather-resistant, and can be customized with or without factory installed insulation. Indoor fluid distribution systems can be used in white spaces as double-containmed piping with leak detection.