Download Data Sheet: Non Raised Floor Plinth
Seismic control plinth designed to minimize effects of earthquakes in IT devices, by reduction of acceleration, useful for Legacy and New Development Data Centers.
Patented Solution designed for Data Center protection against external vibrations and earthquakes:
- Seismic Hazard
- Civil Works or Data Center growth
- Nearby Emergency Generators
- InRow and CRAC units
- Railways or Heavy Traffic
Installation on live Data Centers by our trained team upon request.
- Innovative design manufactured with 2 dependent frames for both vertical and horizontal energy absorption
- Easy adaptable for W600-800 mm-D1,000-1,200 mm (until D48” in US versión)
- 8 vertical suspensions to give more stability in the case of earthquake, with heavy duty spring elements supplemented with 100% stainless steel energy absorbers
- 4 vertical tension suspensions to reduce the risk of lift
- Triple vibration isolation:
- 1 – Damping at a very low frequency: 4.5 Hz at nominal load
- 2 – Elimination of high frequencies by elastomeric M1 Class soles upon request. This sole is non-slip and ensures the protection of raised floor.
- 3 – Incorporation of safety dampers for overload up to 10 times the nominal load.
- 8 lateral displacement energy absorbers designed to 6.2 Richter as standard, stronger design upon request
- Design totally metallic according Data Centers FIRE protection standards
- 99% vibration absorption between 100 Kg and 1,500 Kg from 50 Hz
- Nonslip soil for internal frame in the case of not possible to screw for fixing
- Total level of the rack once installed
- Dielectric nonconductive to avoid currents leakages
- Easy size adaptable to rack dimensions depending of vendor and model
- Easy fixing to any rack in the market
- Very low resonance frequency during a wide range of loads supported
|Reference||Nominal Load (Kg)||Natural Frecuency (Hz)||Free Height H (mm)||Width W (mm)||Depth D (mm)|
|955900 – S1||1,500 Kg/rack||4-5||135||600-800*||1,000-1,200*|
* W24”-30” and D42”-48” in US versión
Picture VR360 of real Seismic Data Center.