Shane Streator, Author at Data Center Enclosure - Page 2 of 6

Use Air Sealing Accessories for Ensuring Proper Airflow and Containment

When you’ve implemented data center curtains to contain airflow and manage temperatures while keeping your equipment running as efficiently as possible, you may still find that there are air leaks in your enclosure. If you have air leaks, that means your enclosure isn’t being optimally cooled for peak efficiency. At FabraCraft, we have solutions to […]

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What are Panel Systems, and How Can They Help You?

If your facility has a data center, you know the importance of things like managing airflow, maintaining a consistent temperature, and protecting the equipment that’s being used. Data center enclosures are an effective method for doing all of these things, and are offered in a few different configurations to help meet the needs of a […]

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What Kind of Data Center Door is Best for Your Enclosure?

If your facility has a data center enclosure, you know that one of the specific functions of it is to manage air flow patterns, maintain a constant temperature, and foster the proper environment for equipment. For this to happen, server aisle containment is necessary, and to do that, you’ll need data center doors to ensure […]

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Ways to Control Air Leaks in Data Centers and Server Racks

When you’re setting up and designing a data center enclosure, part of the reason you’re doing so is to reduce air leaks and preserve a certain temperature within the enclosure. Air leaks are what happens when there is open, unfilled space between servers, cabinets, and entryways—filling these spaces saves you money in energy costs, as […]

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How to Choose a Bracket System for Your Data Center Enclosure

When you’re installing an in-house data center to protect your business’ servers, it’s important to find the right area in your facility that makes installing a data center enclosure the most effective for your needs. At FabraCraft, we offer two different options for mounting brackets to an existing ceiling, one system with fusible links and […]

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Types of Data Center Doors

When it comes to designing a method of air flow management and containment in server aisles, many businesses use data center enclosures. At the end of one aisle, at least, there has to be a way to enter and exit the data center room or enclosure. For that reason, different types of doors are offered […]

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Aisle Containment Extends the Life of Data Centers

If you operate a computer room, data center, cleanroom for sensitive air containment, or technology center, you know the challenges presented when it comes to maintaining a high level of efficiency. One of the things that can cause significant setbacks is when equipment fails; this can lead to downtime and costly repairs or hardware replacement. […]

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Build an In house Data Center For Your Private Data

Building an in house data center for your private data is necessary if you want to maintain strict control of your digital assets. As a business grows, the computing power needed to effectively store and manage digital assets grows as well. Storing crucial data is as important to a company as the product they manufacture […]

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When One Part of Your Data Enclosure is Damaged, Don’t Replace the Whole Thing

It happens to all of us at some point in our life: some small part of a larger object breaks, and we think we have to replace the entire thing. Take, for example, a laptop—if the hard drive breaks, you have to buy a whole new computer, right? Au contraire! Instead, for a fraction of […]

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Save Time and Money with Replacement Panels

Data center enclosures take a good amount of time to plan for, purchase and set up, so when one of the panels gets damaged or worn out, it can seem like an arduous endeavor to have to redo the entire job. Thankfully, you can simply purchase replacement panels and swap them out, which can save […]

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