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Access floor heat management solution

November 7, 2007
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The Tate Access Floors GrateAire™ aluminum grate is designed for new and existing access floor installations, and provides superior airflow and rolling load performance.  It achieves densification never before possible with perforated panels and has nearly seven times more rolling load capacity. One GrateAire can cool over 14kW of heat, which is approximately the same as 75 servers in a single cabinet.

Its high-strength, low-weight, all-aluminum, die-cast construction offers seamless compatibility with All Steel and ConCore® panels.  In addition the panel provides effortless reconfiguration and retrofitting of any existing stringered access floor, without modification.


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