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Turning the data centre upside down: Daxten launches a flexible ceiling system at DCW 2016 as an alternative strategy to raised floors
Live on stand G30: Innovative DC infrastructure, power distribution and monitoring solutions
Fast and simple installation of busbars, lighting, cable trays, security cages
This new structural suspended ceiling solution is an engineered load bearing ceiling system that is both a suspended ceiling and a support grid in one cost effective package. The system is based on a high grade aluminium extrusion with an M10 threaded slot along the entire grid which proves an easy way to add or remove equipment and services whilst reducing labour costs. The design allows for the hanging of various services such as busbar, lighting, cable trays, and security cages in the data centre. Furthermore, the solution allows the suspension of hot aisle containment plus chimney systems whilst at the same time creating an upper air plenum for hot air return to the cooling handlers.
Maximum flexibility for the data centre infrastructure
The easy to fit ceiling tiles can be supplied in a variety of different sizes, colours and brands. With the ceiling panels in place, DC and FM specialists can easily create a hot air plenum when used in combination with a hot aisle containment or a chimney system.
With all the equipment supported directly by the structural suspended ceiling, no struts or other supports will penetrate the ceiling panels, reducing dust and keeping air leakage to a minimum in the data centre. With the threaded slot in the grid extrusion, it is easy to add, change, or remove any installations.
Interested customers should contact Daxten to arrange an individual demonstration to see the new products and solutions. Alternatively, visit Data Centre World London, on the 12th and 13th March at the Daxten stand G30. Further information is available on +44 (0)20 8991 6200 or via email@example.com.
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