PlenaFill 27 U Blanking Panels
According to industry standards best practices, installing blanking (filler) panels is the simplest and most effective means to control air flow in a data center or containment system. Panels cover unused rack space in unoccupied server and equipment racks and stop hot aisle air from coming into the front of the rack and mixing with the cold aisle air. Stopping hot air from recirculating back to the front of the rack reduces the overall air intake temperatures, which also helps prolong equipment life. Large sections of unused rack space can be blanked out in seconds.
Installing PlenaFill blanking panels is a simple solution that can be implemented in any data center at a very low cost. Power consumption is increasingly important to IT managers because they want to use their budgets most effectively, and electricity is a large portion of the overall budget. PlenaFill 23″ and 19″ blanking panels can also be installed together in network equipment racks that have 23″ to 19″ reducing brackets.
|Density – gm/cc
|Heat Deflection Temperature at 66 psi
|121° C/250° F
|Relative Thermal Index
|115° C/239° F
|Mechanical Without Impact
|115° C/239° F
|Surface Energy – dynes/cm (as produced)
|Dielectric Breakdown – volts
|Dielectric Strength – volts/mil
|Volume Resistivity – ohm – cm
|3.97 x 1015
|High Current Arc Ignition – arcs to ignite
|High Voltage Arc Tracking – in/min
|Hot Wire Ignition – seconds
|Comparative Tracking Index – volts
U.S. Patent No’s 7782625, 7944699, 8526187, 8282451 and Other Foreign Patents Pending © 2020 CompuSpace LC.
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