Available under GSA Contract # GS-07F-5620P (click for contract)
NON STOCK ITEM - Ships from Loomis, CA 95650
Achieve up to a 25% Energy Level Savings
Data Center PVC Strip Curtains can help you manage the air flow in your data centers, significantly increasing your cooling efficiencies, reducing your energy costs by up to 25%, increasing productivity and reducing costly downtime.
Most computer/server equipment draws cold in in from the front and exhausts it out the back. Data Centers typically arrange their dense amount of computer equipment in rows either front to front or back to back, creating cold and hot aisles.
Cold Aisle / Hot Aisle Containment PVC Strip Curtains are a cost effective means of providing air flow management by containing the cold and hot air in their respective aisles, reducing the amount of energy needed to keep the computers/servers at the proper cooled temperature.
PVC Strip Curtains are made of ESD safe seiden crystal vinyl material and are available in customizable flexible strips or softwall panels to meet your specific facility requirements. The material meets:
- California State Fire Marshall standards.
- ASTM E-84 NFPA Class A Classification.
- BC Class 1 Flame Spread and Smoke Density Classification.
- NFPA 701 compliance.
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Seal-Tech Attachment System
The versatile, exclusive Seal-Tech attachment system can be easily installed without disruption. Aluminum mounting extrusion is installed and then the curtains are quickly hung in place and then secured with a cap extrusion.
If fire safety is a concern, and it"s not feasible to modify the existing fire suppression system, UL listed fuse links with 135°F temperature rating are available.
Data Center PVC Strip Curtains Systems can be customized to fit your specific situation and facility requirements including working around existing ceiling obstructions such as ducting.
Utility Company Rebate Programs
Data Center PVC Strip Curtains Containment Systems are recognized as a energy consumption savings solution. Many utility companies offer rebate programs for the installation of systems like this. Check with your local utility company to see if they have a rebate program and what your savings could be.
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