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Anti-Static Data Center Curtains & Strip Doors - The Idea Solution for Data Centers
Data center managers across the county are discovering that AirBlock data center curtains partitions and strip doors are ideal for use in computer data centers where hot-aisle/cold-aisle containment is important.
Hot-aisle /cold-aisle design is the data center best practice where server racks are lined up in alternating rows with cold-air intakes all facing one aisle and hot-air exhausts facing the other. Cool air is vented into the cold air aisles, directed through the computer racks, and into the warm air aisles.
By further separating the hot and cold air aisles with AirBlock curtains and strip doors, managers can effectively separate cold air aisles from warm air aisles, directing cool air where it is needed most in the data center: through the computer racks.
We designed our AirBlock line of doors to meet the challenges of hot aisle and cold aisle isolation in the data center. All sliding and swinging door models offer optimum performance.
Our DCT hardware system answers the requirements of challenges found almost exclusively in hot aisle/cold aisle isolation in the data center: The need for modularity, adaptability to curtain and partition enclosures, and various approaches to fire regulations. Most importantly, the DCT mounting creates a solid base for your hot aisle/cold aisle isolation system.
Data Centers require raised flooring with superior rolling load capability. We recommend our ConCore 1000 or 1250 panels, which will meet a single point load of 500 lbs. Loads should be verified using our Design Loading Chart.
With five standard load performance grades and an extensive selection of understructure supports and floor finishes, the ConCore system is best suited for Data Center applications.
Critical to a successful outcome is determining the proper floor height. A raised floor is used to provide a means of creating an accessible void, which is capable of ensuring building are available at their required destination. An evaluation of each underfloor service will help you to determine the cavity depth required under the raised floor and dictate the finished floor height.
We suggest the following finished floor heights for data centers/equipment room building applications incorporating underfloor HVAC for equipment cooling and wire and cable systems.
24" - 36" Finished Floor Heights
This provide enough space under the floor to allow for large amounts of equipment cooling air, process piping, power wiring and data cabling. Understructure systems are available to accommodate floor heights from 12" to 60", however, 24Z" to 36" FFH are typical.
For further information, please send your request for a Needs Analysis Checklist and complete brochure to us at: Sales@CleanRoomSpecialists.com. *Patent Pending