Showing posts from February, 2019

Heating for your marquee or outdoor event from London Cool

With the lighter spring evenings here, now is the time to consider some extra heating for your outdoor event.  Your event may be taking place on a patio, in a garden or roof garden or other outdoor space, or in a conservatory, marquee or other temporary structure.  Mobile or portable heaters are a convenient and versatile way to heat your outdoor event space as one or more can be positioned exactly where the additional warmth is needed. We have a range of patio heaters to suit every type of outdoor entertainment space, including marquees.  Our patio heaters include an electric 360 degree patio heater and our newest model, the Sol Rey 3kW outdoor heater.   We also have available four types of gas patio heaters which are completely self-contained, and are supplied with everything you need, including gas (at an additional cost). Our commercial patio heaters are particularly suitable for outdoor settings and are rain and wind resistant.  The attractive design features a larg

London Cool advises on Server Room Temperatures

To protect business-critical equipment from data storage problems or system crashes, it is essential to ensure that the temperature in server rooms or data centres stays within certain limits. With many housing large amounts of equipment, the heat generated can potentially cause computers and networking equipment to fail as they are designed to work within a fairly narrow temperature range.     What temperature is right? Air conditioning should be considered crucial for any server room.   Technology experts recommend a server room temperature of between 18ºC to 27ºC and not less than 10°C or above 28°C.   Relative humidity should be between 45-50% to stop damaging static electricity building up.   Even a few degrees too hot can blow a server chip or cause permanent damage to hard drives.   The cost of a serious server failure can be considerable – not only the cost of replacement, but lost online business, lost customer details, wasted staff time etc. How do you maint