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Tech Byte CIBSE Accredited CPD Webcast Series

We're bringing our CIBSE accredited Tech Byte CPD seminars directly to your home-offices covering our most popular power and thermal topics. Our seminars are designed for contractors, building service and consulting engineers wanting to deepen their knowledge of critical power, thermal technologies and data centre applications. These seminars will contribute to your CIBSE CPD requirement and following each seminar, all attendees will receive a CIBSE certified CPD certificate.

Live Q&A with the Experts

On demand recording available

Time: 10:00 AM British Summer Time

Duration: 1 hour

Learning Outcome:

  • We are mixing things up for our last Tech Byte webcast.
  • We will be going live and handing over to you to ask your burning questions relating to thermal management and critical power technologies, and our experts will highlight their best practices shared in our previous webcast sessions.
  • We want to hear from you with any questions you have for our experts.
  • You will be able to submit your questions on the day during the live event.
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Simon Galletti
Sales Team Leader - Thermal
Simon Galletti works as Sales Team Leader for Thermal at Vertiv in the UK. He is responsibile for projects from initial concept design through to commissioning in multi-megawatt data centres. After growing up in Venice, Simon moved to the United Kingdom to study Mechanical Engineering at the University of Surrey, from where he graduated in 2016
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Russell Bulley
Technical Support Manager EMEA Vertiv
Russell Bulley started as an apprentice electrician, rising through industrial electrical systems and engineering management. With a short spell in research and chip manufacturing, was followed by an extensive period within the UPS and M&E world of critical services. Well versed in the electrical and mechanical demands of exacting clients around the world, both from a service and supply aspect within old and new data centres Russell comes with a wealth of knowledge and experience.
Nicolas Fontes
Nicolas Fontes
Global Solutions Sales Director Vertiv
Prior to joining Vertiv, Nicolas worked for Telecity Group and spent 7 years building the colocation business for the French Telco iliad Group. Nicolas was responsible for enabling hyperscale, webscale and IT companies to securely deploy their core and edge data centers in France. Now working at Vertiv, Nicolas works for Western Europe to support the data centre ecosystem growth through the deployment of Integrated modular solutions.
Gabriel Bonilha
EMEA Professional Services Manager
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Jon Abbott
Technologies Director, Global Telecom Strategic Clients - EMEA, Vertiv
Since January 2018 Jon serves as Technologies Director, Global Telecom Strategic Clients for Vertiv in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), defining telecom strategy through ‘Voice of the Customer’ and segment trend, focusing on power, cooling and energy efficiency. Jon has over 20 years of experience in the telecom field, working with critical infrastructure for OEMs and CSPs alike. Jon holds a bachelor’s degree in Engineering Product Design from the London South Bank University.
Gabriel Bonilha
EMEA Professional Services Manager

DC Power Solutions for Telecoms

On demand recording available

Time: 10:00 AM British Summer Time

Duration: 1 hour

Learning Outcome:

  • DC circuits explained - the basics working principles
  • Where in the telecom network you find DC power solutions and the different applications they suit
  • Why different DC power solutions would be deployed and their benefits
  • Selecting the right DC power architectures for powering 5G applications
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A Practical Guide to Deploying Prefabricated Modular Data Centres

On demand recording available

Time: 10:00 AM British Summer Time

Duration: 1 hour

Learning Outcome:

  • Why our global demand for data is driving the demand for prefabricated data centres
  • Stick-built versus prefabricated modular data centres - the benefits
  • Typical configurations of modular data centres and their applications
  • Planning and installation considerations
  • Uptime Institute tiering for prefabricated modular data centres
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Russell Bulley
Technical Support Manager EMEA Vertiv
Russell Bulley started as an apprentice electrician, rising through industrial electrical systems and engineering management. With a short spell in research and chip manufacturing, was followed by an extensive period within the UPS and M&E world of critical services. Well versed in the electrical and mechanical demands of exacting clients around the world, both from a service and supply aspect within old and new data centres Russell comes with a wealth of knowledge and experience.
Nicolas Fontes
Nicolas Fontes
Global Solutions Sales Director Vertiv
Prior to joining Vertiv, Nicolas worked for Telecity Group and spent 7 years building the colocation business for the French Telco iliad Group. Nicolas was responsible for enabling hyperscale, webscale and IT companies to securely deploy their core and edge data centers in France. Now working at Vertiv, Nicolas works for Western Europe to support the data centre ecosystem growth through the deployment of Integrated modular solutions.
Craig Brown
Craig Brown
Regional Sales Manager Vertiv

Understanding Rack Power at the Edge

On demand recording available

Time: 10:00 AM British Summer Time

Duration: 1 hour

Learning Outcome:

  • Discussing the power flow through a typical IT/EDGE rack application
  • The fundamentals of rack power distribution, how they work, and their benefits
  • Hot aisle/cold aisle layout considerations
  • Environmental remote monitoring for greater control of IT/EDGE network
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Emergency Lighting: understanding design requirements and regulations

On demand recording available

Time: 10:00 AM British Summer Time

Duration: 1 hour

Learning Outcome:

  • Why do we need emergency lighting?
  • DC storage and lessons learned.
  • Older products and their role in safety.
  • Today’s regulations, different forms of lighting and design requirements.
  • Maintained v non-maintained.
  • Centralised system and why you cannot use a UPS.
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Russell Bulley
Technical Support Manager EMEA Vertiv
Russell Bulley started as an apprentice electrician, rising through industrial electrical systems and engineering management. With a short spell in research and chip manufacturing, was followed by an extensive period within the UPS and M&E world of critical services. Well versed in the electrical and mechanical demands of exacting clients around the world, both from a service and supply aspect within old and new data centres Russell comes with a wealth of knowledge and experience.
Adrian Gooch
Adrian Gooch
Regional Sales Manager

Addressing Data Centre Operational Challenges through Thermal Management Technologies

On demand recording available

Duration: 1 hour

Learning Outcome:

  • Overview of Thermal Management Technologies available for Mission Critical Applications.
  • Consideration of TC 9.9 ASHRAE guidelines and the impact on equipment selection.
  • The energy efficiency metric of data centres.
  • Overview of DX cooling solutions and free-cooling options
  • How to optimise chilled water solutions
  • Overview of indirect evaporative cooling solutions
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Lloyd Smith
Area Sales Manager - Thermal
Lloyd is an engineer with over 10 years of commercial experience in building services and manufacturing industries. Working for a variety of manufacturers in the HVAC world, from controls, VRF & heat pumps, ventilation & air distribution to critical cooling, Lloyd has the depth of experience working with mechanical consultants, contractors and end-users to deliver their visions. Lloyd is also passionate about pushing new innovative HVAC and energy-saving technologies to the market.
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Russell Bulley
Technical Support Manager EMEA Vertiv
Russell Bulley started as an apprentice electrician, rising through industrial electrical systems and engineering management. With a short spell in research and chip manufacturing, was followed by an extensive period within the UPS and M&E world of critical services. Well versed in the electrical and mechanical demands of exacting clients around the world, both from a service and supply aspect within old and new data centres Russell comes with a wealth of knowledge and experience.

Earthing and Neutral Considerations

On demand recording available

Duration: 1 hour

Learning Outcome:

  • Example of Earthing systems used
  • Neutral and Earth Connection within UPS systems
  • How the type of installation will affect the operation of the UPS
  • How the Earth and Neutral connect to the UPS
  • How different topologies of UPS manage the Neutral
  • Transformer or transformer free UPS - how different topographies of UPS manage the Neutral
  • Possible solutions
  • Question and answer session to end
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Chilled Water – systems and data centre optimisation, intelligent platforms for optimum system control and tiers of availability in hydraulic systems

On demand recording available

Time: 10:00 AM British Summer Time

Duration: 1 hour

Learning Outcome:

  • Reaching optimum system control with indoor and outdoor units
  • Advantages of chilled water systems
  • The different solutions available: air-cooled, freecooling, adiabatic
  • The tiers of availability defined by the Uptime Institute
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Simon Galletti
Sales Team Leader - Thermal
Simon Galletti works as Sales Team Leader for Thermal at Vertiv in the UK. He is responsibile for projects from initial concept design through to commissioning in multi-megawatt data centres. After growing up in Venice, Simon moved to the United Kingdom to study Mechanical Engineering at the University of Surrey, from where he graduated in 2016
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Russell Bulley
Technical Support Manager EMEA Vertiv
Russell Bulley started as an apprentice electrician, rising through industrial electrical systems and engineering management. With a short spell in research and chip manufacturing, was followed by an extensive period within the UPS and M&E world of critical services. Well versed in the electrical and mechanical demands of exacting clients around the world, both from a service and supply aspect within old and new data centres Russell comes with a wealth of knowledge and experience.

Battery Technology and Design Considerations

On demand recording available

Time: 10:00 AM British Summer Time

Duration: 1 hour

Learning Outcome:

  • Understanding of battery composition
  • Lead acid batteries
  • Recycling and maintenance strategies
  • Practical performance and design considerations
  • New battery technologies and pro's and con's of differing technologies
  • Question and answer session to end
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Direct Expansion – solutions and free cooling options

On demand recording available

Time: 10:00 AM British Summer Time

Duration: 1 hour

Learning Outcome:

  • The main components and technologies used
  • Analysing units such as outdoor condensers and floor mount units installed inside the data centre
  • The control philosophies to help maximise overall system efficiency.
  • The freecooling options available for DX solutions and how they help achieve system efficiency
  • Question and answer session to end
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Lloyd Smith
Area Sales Manager - Thermal
Lloyd is an engineer with over 10 years of commercial experience in building services and manufacturing industries. Working for a variety of manufacturers in the HVAC world, from controls, VRF & heat pumps, ventilation & air distribution to critical cooling, Lloyd has the depth of experience working with mechanical consultants, contractors and end-users to deliver their visions. Lloyd is also passionate about pushing new innovative HVAC and energy-saving technologies to the market.
600x800-Russell_Bulley_302821_0.jpg
Russell Bulley
Technical Support Manager EMEA Vertiv
Russell Bulley started as an apprentice electrician, rising through industrial electrical systems and engineering management. With a short spell in research and chip manufacturing, was followed by an extensive period within the UPS and M&E world of critical services. Well versed in the electrical and mechanical demands of exacting clients around the world, both from a service and supply aspect within old and new data centres Russell comes with a wealth of knowledge and experience.

UPS Fundamentals – the history, basics, efficiency, installation requirements and batteries

On demand recording available

Time: 10:00 AM British Summer Time

Duration: 1 hour

Learning Outcome:

  • What is a UPS and what does it do
  • Technology history, making DC from AC
  • Semi-conductor speeds
  • Inside a IGBT's and digital control
  • The range of UPS and different topologies
  • Transformer or no transformer
  • Standards & CBEMA saving on infrastructure with modular
  • IT loads and leading power factor
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Adiabatic and Evaporative Cooling – basics of psychometric and solutions for data centre applications

On demand recording available

Time: 10:00 AM British Summer Time

Duration: 1 hour

Learning Outcome:

  • Definition to the main psychometric behind the technologies
  • Wet and dry bulb temperature and dew point
  • The available solutions for data centre applications
  • Controlling the freecooling units
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Simon Galletti
Sales Team Leader - Thermal
Simon Galletti works as Sales Team Leader for Thermal at Vertiv in the UK. He is responsibile for projects from initial concept design through to commissioning in multi-megawatt data centres. After growing up in Venice, Simon moved to the United Kingdom to study Mechanical Engineering at the University of Surrey, from where he graduated in 2016
600x800-Russell_Bulley_302821_0.jpg
Russell Bulley
Technical Support Manager EMEA Vertiv
Russell Bulley started as an apprentice electrician, rising through industrial electrical systems and engineering management. With a short spell in research and chip manufacturing, was followed by an extensive period within the UPS and M&E world of critical services. Well versed in the electrical and mechanical demands of exacting clients around the world, both from a service and supply aspect within old and new data centres Russell comes with a wealth of knowledge and experience.

Generator Sizing and Installation Requirements – planning your installation

On demand recording available

Time: 10:00 AM British Summer Time

Duration: 1 hour

Learning Outcome:

  • Types of prime movers
  • How a four stroke engine works
  • Outputs from the engine
  • Peak lopping
  • G59 -Fire systems
  • Fuel systems
  • Emissions
  • Syncronising
  • Craneage requirements
  • Load bank testing
  • Maintenance
  • Pro's and con's of locating the generator inside or outside
  • Starting systems
  • Question and answer session to end
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