Data storage facilities contain a lot of powerful yet compact servers, switches and computers. The tightly packed electronics will produce a fair amount of heat as energy waste from the electricity and needs a reliable cooling system to prolong service life and maintain efficiency. In the two most popular variations of cooling systems, either air or water is directly applied to the data storage towers. However, even the air based systems will utilise water to cool the heat syncs, meaning they both have a demand for pure water.
To produce the quality of water required by these cooling systems, water needs to be completely deionised. The extremely low electrical conductivity of the water makes it suitable to be used directly on electronic parts of data storage systems. Softening water pre reverse osmosis paired with a post Ultraviolet Sterilisation stage will work together to prevent the build up of scale or bacteria on a circulated system.