Aluminium extrusions in Ireland and the UK are used extensively in the construction and fit out in Data centres around the world. Ireland has a location and climate suited greatly to the construction of such buildings, and AMS are an ideally located company for anybody looking to achieve LEED or Bream certification by sourcing materials in close proximity to construction of such centres.
The average size data centre could require hundreds of tonnes of aluminium, the light weight and strong material is used externally for ventilation louvers and air handling units and internally for hot and cold air containment aisles within the building itself.
The data centre can be located in harsh environments and are expected to perform for many years using as little energy as possible; AMS has thermal break products to help the centre run as efficiently as possible and has helped customers win projects in many countries including Russia.
Aluminium is a wonderfully diverse material, 100 percent recyclable meaning this durable material will outlast most other metals on the planet, sometimes without any maintenance, and at end of life can be melted and re-extruded to carry on doing what it does best.