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Wednesday, September 17, 2008
Contain and Direct Server Exhaust Heat in order to Improve Your Data Center Infrastructure Efficiency (DCiE) and overall Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE)
A simple, scalable and low cost solution to more predictably and effectively manage the ever-increasing heat loads in today’s data centers has been introduced by Wright Line of Worcester, Massachusetts.
Wright Line’s patented design adapts to its Paramount™ Enclosure System and integrates seamlessly into a customers existing cooling infrastructure. The Heat Containment System captures and directs the heat exhaust of your IT equipment to the top rear of the enclosure where it is actively ducted to the data center’s precision air conditioning units through ceiling plenums or high air returns.
Offered in 40U, 44U and 51U configurations to meet a variety of needs, Wright Line’s Heat Containment System features 24” and 30” widths and is available in 37” 42”, and 48” depths. It is TIA/EIA 310-D compliant for 19” equipment with numbered rack-mount rails that are manufactured with either 0.375” square holes or #10-32 threaded holes. Enclosure accessories, such as blanking panels, by-pass airflow grommets, cable management devices, and a complete line of power distribution units can be ordered to further improve airflow and power management in the data center.
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About Wright Line
Wright Line, a global leader in the design and manufacture of consoles, enclosures, office and other specialty furniture for technology-intensive work environments, has been serving the data center, office, call center, analytical and electronic laboratory and high-tech manufacturing environments for nearly 75 years. The company is headquartered in Worcester, MA and can be contacted by email at email@example.com or by phone, 800.225.7348.