Raised Access Flooring
A raised floor is a data center construction model in which a slightly higher floor is constructed above the building's original concrete slab floor, leaving the open space created between the two for wiring or cooling infrastructure.
Access floors were designed specifically for computer rooms. Here are several reasons:
• distribute heavy weights equally
• manage the wires around computer equipment and offer a safe environment for personnel (no tripping)
• manage airflow to sensitive equipment
• provide grounding
• service outlets cut-in easy
• provide the needed flexibility for ever changing hi-tech rooms
The Aisle Containment System is a modular row-based thermal containment solution,which separates cold and hot air from equipment to data center. It manages airflow at the source, increases the cooling efficiency and decreases operating costs.
Most parts of the aisle containment components are designed by modular,which allows quick deployment on site and address changing needs or future expansion with pay-as-you grow architecture.
Flip design on roof ceiling, to be connected with fire protection through intelligent control box. The roof ceiling will automatically open, when fire signal received. And fire-extinguishing gas will come into aisle, without conflict to the existing fire protection system.
Waterless FM-200 system is designed to stop fires in seconds, meaning less overall damage, repair costs and increased safety while preserving a low level of downtime and business disruption for both our clients and our own business.
FM-200 (Heptafluoropropane) is also a safe, clean agent that won’t harm people, the environment or cause collateral damage to technical equipment. Unlike a typical fire extinguisher, the agent doesn’t leave any residue after deployment. Claiming to be EPA-approved and with a low atmospheric lifetime with no potential to deplete the ozone layer, the system is ideal for our data center.
FM-200 system is typically used on historical sites, and places in which minimal damage is required in the event of a fire, including museums, archive rooms, art galleries, medical facilities, etc.