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Earth-quack Shaking issue for APC Racks and InRow Cooling

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Earth-quack Shaking issue for APC Racks and InRow Cooling

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by matthew.nq on 2016-08-16


Hello

I have many aisles in my corporation DATA CENTER which have inRow cooling equipments.

I want a solution that makes us ables to move the equipments simply and don't need to coupled Racks and inROW with Screws to the ground and this solution needs to be some how that could resist in Earth-quack shaking moments and makes the equipments to be safe and the minimize damage intended.

With the best Regards.
 

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Re: Earth-quack Shaking issue for APC Racks and InRow Cooling

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2016-08-19


Hi Matthew,

I've been discussing your request with one of =S= managing directors, and I've been told that we can actually do something like we have done with our containers ... but this would be one to one talk ... we need to know the land and find out the sales person of =S=, then we can create a custom made setup via our ANC department.

It seems the recommendation is contacting the local sales manager/contact person.

Hope this helps.

Kind regards

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