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- Scalable densities
It allows for higher densities to be achieved by integrating containment with room, row and rack cooling system architectures.
- Over aisle access
Tooless removal of individual panels allows access above the aisle for cabling and maintenance.
- Fire safe system
It alerts personnel and drops ceiling panels based on temperature to enable fire suppressions system in the room to extinguish the fire.
- Ceiling tiles
It closes off the top of the aisle to prevent mixing of the hot and cold air streams in the IT environment.
- Safe slide doors
Emergency break away sliding door enables quick exit in the event of an emergency.
- One-way locking door
It secures the hot aisle while allowing for quick exit in case of emergency.
- Modular design
Modular design provides scalable solutions to add cooling as demand increases.
- Active airflow control
It monitors and actively adjusts cooling unit airflow in containment systems, while providing visibility to effective cooling to critical IT equipment.
- High efficiency
It increases the capacity of the air conditioner by supplying a warmer return air temperature.
- Air return system
Centralized hot air return system for room and external air handling systems minimize obstruction of lighting into the aisle and provide cable access from within the contained aisle.
- Modular strategy
Modular design of the mechanical and control systems allows for gradual build-up of the cooling infrastructure to match the cooling demand of the facility.
Hot and cold air containment systems are designed to maximize cooling predictability, capacity, and efficiency at the rack, row or room level.