These 3m lengths of “h” profile aluminium extrusion are fitted with 3m lengths of 100mm deep brush strip. They can be cut to fit / cover any length or up to 200mm openings; by doubling up; in floor tiles.
They can also be used to see gaps around the base of cabinets that are mounted on castors or jacking / levelling feet.
The GTAG075 Brush Kit is designed to seal the central cable upstand opening of 75mm x 451mm in a 2 post Network rack.
The kit comprises of 2 no. 451mm long F shaped aluminium profiles fitted with 2 number 35mm long brush strips. Peel and stick Velcro adhesive tape allows for the quick installation of the F profile along both sides of the cable opening in the comms rack. ( Profile and brush strip can be cut to fit smaller slot openings ) In a 75mm wide upstand the bristle would overlap and form an effective air seal around the cables. The kit is typically installed after the rack is cabled.
The Velcro tape allows for the easy removal of the brush strip to facilitate future cabling. If required the profile can also be screw fitted to the racks upstand.
Legacy data centres come with a wide range of air management issues. Sealing cable openings is a proven best first step in improving airflow management and reducing cooling costs. The GTAL200 forms part of a range of economical air sealing solutions for legacy Data Centres presented on this site.
The Air-Block Brush kit is designed for easy installation within the floor cut out. Consisting of 4no. large 200mm x 200mm long corner sections and 2 no. brush profiles, the kit is designed to be cut on site to fit the cut out. The 4no. edge profiles can be cut to fit the floor panel cut out and completely cover the full depth of the floor panel, keeping cables safe from sharp metal cut edges. The 2 brush profiles can also be cut to match the internal length of the protected cut out. Each profile is fitted with a high grip adhesive peel and stick tape.
Maximum cut out seal – 400mm x 240mm
Custom solutions available for larger openings
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