The primary feature of NEBS Zone 4 Seismic Server Rack Cabinets from Gaw Technology is their rugged design and construction. These cabinets are engineered to perform in the most critical seismic environments, ensuring the safety and functionality of equipment during and after an earthquake. The cabinet frame is typically constructed of 12-gauge cold rolled steel. Cabinet doors are made of 13 gauge cold rolled steel, providing a durable and secure enclosure for servers and other equipment.
One of the most challenging environments for ensuring server protection is in seismic zones, where the risk of earthquakes can threaten the integrity and performance of sensitive equipment. NEBS Zone 4 Seismic Server Rack Cabinets are designed to withstand these harsh conditions and provide a robust, sturdy, and reliable solution for protecting servers and other valuable equipment.
NEBS Zone 4 Seismic Server Rack Cabinets are independently tested and certified to exceed established Seismic Zone 4 NEBS™ Telcordia® GR-63-CORE testing standards. This ensures that the cabinets meet or exceed the rigorous requirements for performance and safety in seismic environments.
Gaw NEBS Zone 4 Seismic Server Rack Cabinets are load rated up to 2,500 lbs. ensuring that they can safely support the weight of servers and other equipment during normal operation.
Designed with heavy-duty steel construction, this closed-frame server rack provides superior stability and flexibility, making it compatible with a wide range of existing equipment. The cabinet features adjustable mounting rails so businesses can customize the rack to their unique requirements, ensuring that their server infrastructure is always operating at peak performance.
The Zone-4 Seismic Constructed Server Rack Cabinet Closed Frame from Gaw Technology is a heavy-duty welded steel frame construction, NEBS certified for earthquake GR-63-Core with a 2500 pounds load, solid-sided seismic rack cabinet suitable for high heat and high weight telecommunications data rack. The rack cabinet comes equipped with a top panel and base with cut-outs for cable pass-through, and numerous grounding holes are also provided to ensure proper grounding and bonding. Its highly secure design prevents unauthorized access, ensuring your data remains safe and secure.
The Zone-4 Seismic Constructed Server Rack Cabinet Closed Frame is an exceptional choice for high heat and high-weight telecommunications data racks, and the Juniper MX2020-MX2010 routers are no exception. The cabinet's heavy-duty welded steel frame construction, NEBS certification, and 2500 pounds load capacity make it perfect for mission-critical applications. With adjustable mounting rails and dust and cable management, this cabinet is versatile and can accommodate different types of equipment. The cabinet can also be sealed for hot/cold aisle containment, making it an excellent choice for high-temperature environments.
The Zone 4 Seismic Constructed Server Rack Cabinet Open Frame from Gaw Technology is a heavy-duty welded steel frame construction, open-sided seismic rack cabinet suitable for high heat and high weight telecommunications data rack. The rack cabinet comes equipped with a top panel and base with cut-outs for cable pass-through, and numerous grounding holes are also provided to ensure proper grounding and bonding. Its highly secure design prevents unauthorized access, ensuring your data remains safe and secure.
A data center cabinet strain relief bar is critical in any server room. It is designed to support the heavy cables that run from servers and other equipment to the power and networking infrastructure. Without a strain relief bar, these cables can become tangled and damaged, leading to costly downtime and potential data loss.
A data center cabinet strain relief bar is a small but essential component that provides peace of mind for IT professionals by ensuring that their equipment is adequately supported and protected from damage.
A strain relief bar for a seismic datacenter cabinet is designed to support heavy cables and prevent damage to fragile components. Modern strain relief bars are made from durable materials and are adjustable to accommodate different cable configurations. The Filler Panel With D-Rings from Gaw Technology is a great cable management solution for any work environment.
Filler panels on a seismic rack act as a barrier between multiple units, discouraging cold and hot air from mixing and reducing the risk of damaging equipment stored within the rack.
The panel prevents hot air from reentering the system and recirculating; the cooling costs can be considerably reduced. Not only do they regulate the airflow, but the blank paneling also lends a more complete and organized finish to the entire setup.
Located in New Jersey, Gaw’s NEBS Zone 4 Seismic Server Rack Cabinets are manufactured and made in the USA. Quality and service, plus shorter lead times and lower delivery costs, help make Gaw Technology a leader in custom and seismic server rack solutions.