The holiday season is one for excitement, perhaps some added stress, but overall a wonderful time with family, friends, and loved ones celebrating. Many drinks, plenty of smiles, and hours of family festivities are always exciting to look forward to, yet some families don’t always have the easiest of times during the holidays. This year,…Details
We sat down and spoke with Mark Frazier, our Fuel Manager at the Phoenix branch, about the fuel services DP Air offers and other interesting aspects of fuel that are not commonly known. The main type of fuel used in the generators DP Air provides fuel testing and filtration on is #2 red off…Details
This year, DP Air Corporation committed to support the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) by participating in their annual Light the Night walk event. LLS is the world’s largest voluntary health agency dedicated to blood cancers. The LLS mission is to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life…Details
When working in any company, keeping employee morale high is not only imperative but will benefit the company in the long run. That can be difficult to do when you have a high volume of work, quite a few employees, several branch locations, and employees working different shifts. Employees that feel appreciated are more…Details
Preventative maintenance increases reliability and peak efficiency, and DP Air offers an array of services under contracts at designated intervals throughout the year. Regularly scheduled preventative maintenance will reduce repair costs and downtime, and we’ve reached out to Chris Poole from our Tucson branch for questions and details.
When designing a data center, there are many factors that people do not take into account, as well as many benefits that may not have been considered. We sat down with Arnie Evdokimo, CEO of DP Air Corporation, to discuss data center design and gain some insight from his thirty plus years in the industry.
The excruciating summer heat is one we are quite familiar with. The heat can cause some serious problems, most importantly with your AC and causing unplanned utility outages. Higher summer temperatures raise the temperature of your unit/device, and when you’re also pulling more current through the device on top of that, it can cause equipment…Details