Telecommunications and cellular site equipment can be sensitive, and a steady temperature must be maintained in your shelter throughout the year to ensure your equipment functions at maximum efficiency.
Expensive telecom equipment needs protection not just from precipitation, but also from extremes of heat and cold. The best way to guarantee that your equipment maintains its core temperature is to install a Heating, Ventilation and Cooling (HVAC) unit in your telecommunications shelter.
An HVAC unit in a telecom shelter works much like it does in a home or office, as both an air conditioner and a heater. It keeps the air cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter—making for a moderate, regulated temperature ideal for ensuring proper efficiency of your equipment.
Save Money and Your Reputation
Telecom failure may not only be costly to repair—it can also lead to serious problems for your customers. An outage can cost you money and cause customers to leave your company for a more reliable carrier. Simply installing and maintaining an HVAC system can prevent these problems.
Find Your Fit
CellSite offers a wide variety of options ranging in size from two to six-ton units. We also have units available with or without economizers or heat strips. While our competitors offer a one-size-fits-all approach to HVAC, the CellSite Solutions team knows that our customers have varying needs. We will work with you to make sure you get the exact size and type of unit that will serve you best.