Anord Critical Power, Inc. has announced that John Day, the company’s VP of sales and marketing, has been selected to speak at the Data Center World Global Conference, April 19-23, in Las Vegas. Day’s presentation will highlight the strong European adoption of the Form 4b Type 7 switchgear and emphasize the benefits that are now making it a preferred U.S. option to traditional data center switchgear.
Day’s presentationwill be held on Monday, April 20, 1:45 p.m. at St. Croix B., andunderscore key features of the UL 891 listed, Form 4b Type 7 switchgear. The switchgear features include, but not limited to, providing maximum compartmentalization between devices and also separating the busbars from breaker compartments and separating breaker compartments from each other as well as the terminals. The new switchgear benefits attendees will takeaway are:
- Space to fit 2 switchboards where one used to fit
- Smaller plant room areas needed
- Higher density equipment mounting on skids
- Greater availability of revenue generating technical real estate
Anord’s Form 4b Type 7 design AMS switchgear is a compact, fully compartmentalized and robust product for mission-critical applications. It allows data centers to invest in superior power system protection, system fault resilience and enhanced operator safety for their facilities. The switchgearhas been recognized among the CRN 2015 Data Center 100list of 20 Infrastructure Providers and received the 2014 infoTECH Spotlight Data Center Excellence Award. Since establishing its U.S.-subsidiary in 2014, the company has expanded its North American headquarters, broadened its AMS Switchgear portfolio and forged strategic partnerships and new alliances.