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Posted by Chaya Kurtz | G+ | Jun 03, 2013

Controlling Temperature and Moisture in Server Room

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Have you ever noticed how hot server rooms can get? Computers produce a lot of heat! A Baltimore HVAC contractor recommends server room air conditioning. Since air conditioners moderate both humidity and temperature, air conditioning a server room will protect your computers. Efficiency of your computers can be decreased by high temperatures and humidity. So if you are serious about computer performance, control the climate in your server room.

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