XIV Airconditioning

Remember too the temp’rature

  An aircon will control

It is part of the furniture

  Set this too as a goal


It is not a mere luxury

  It’s worth considering

It may cause P C injury

  If you’re not bothering


The aircon is an abs’lute must

  Without it one can’t be

The greatest enemy is dust

  The foe of all I T


Through open windows dust specks blow

  And settle everywhere

Keep them all closed – restrict the flow –

  Dust permeates the air


All windows closed will contribute

  To make the breathing thin

Fresh air which aircons distribute

  Brings ample oxygen


All doors must likewise be kept closed

  To keep the room dust free

That’s why it always is proposed

  An aircon there must be


The heat must also be controlled

  To get optimal use

In cool air P Cs thrive – it’s told –

  Breakdowns it does reduce


If thirty P Cs in a suite

  Are switched on in a room

They generate a lot of heat

  This one may well assume


To these add those of little size

  Oozing their heat and sweat

All sixty of those busy guys

  Enough to make one fret


Still think it is a luxury

  An aircon to install

If you say yes its perjury

  It’s not absurd at all


The worth of aircons you’ll detect

  Is not the comfort zone

But is the way they do protect

  Equipment that schools own


To govern what size you must choose

  Measure in B T U

The British Thermal Unit use

  It tells you what to do


Ensure aircon capacity

  Is ample for room size

And that the electricity

  Will not then cause surprise


This too put in the project plan

  Its specs you must define

Be realistic as you can

  With schools’ true needs align


It is important that you see

  That infrastructure’s huge

The magnitude of which could be

  A massive cash deluge


One can’t just sit around and hope

  That this task will advance

Don’t underestimate its scope

  Or leave it to mere chance


Don’t be blasé but be aware

  This is a massive chore

The infrastructure to prepare

  To form a solid core


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