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« on: September 10, 2007, 07:25:35 AM »

I have a room about 10 feet by 40 feet full of shelves with servers. As you can imagine the heat in here is pretty intense, and I find that the central AC that comes in through the ceiling is probably not nearly effective enough. I have a bunch of fans going for circulation, but the tempurature is probably reaching 80 degrees easily.

I'v been looking into portable AC units (no windows in this room, and only one door which has to remain locked). I was hoping for some sort of exuast/drain system that could go out through a hose into the ceiling.

Anyone have good AC units and/or places to buy, or what types of things to look for? Any advice would be much appreciated.

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