Specialty Server Racks
Quiet Server Racks, Air Conditioned Server Racks, Switch Rack for Cisco side vent Nexus and MDS switches, Network Large Cable Bundle Racks, Co-Location Server Racks, Seismic NEBS 4, and NEMA 12 Server Racks
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Need a server rack or cabinet that's not quite the standard? Whether it's a Quiet Rack, a cooling rack, a network rack, or one to stand up to whatever nature can throw at it, Rackmount Solutions has something to suit your requirements.
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If you're in a dirty environment or do not have the proper cooling controls in your surroundings, an air conditioned cabinet may be a perfect solution. Built with a rackmount HVAC unit from McLean, a side mount or rear mount unit is also available, depending on your heat load. Will work with any size in our RS series server cabinets. Choose from all solid, or lexan/solid combination doors. A/C units range from 2000 BTU to 20,000 BTU cooling. We do not put these on the on-line web cart as your environment/needs should be thoroughly understood before ordering.More about Cruxial Cooler™ Air Conditioned Server Racks
This Cruxial Cable™ network rack is designed for applications that need large bundles of cables to cascade down either side or both sides of the rackrails and still maintain lockable security! Based on the very reliable RS Series of server racks.The vertical rackrails are mounted on a channel that allows them to slide left or right as well as front and back. Mount standard 19" to one side of the cabinet and drop your cables down the other side, or rackmount to the center and let cables drop down both sides!
Innovative design allows 4-6" extra space on the 19-24" series and if you need more, the 19-28"series provides 6-10"! Good for Sun or Cisco switches that have bulk cabling coming off the front toward one side.
Not many server racks will accomodate the large and heavy Cisco side vent switches. The oversize requirements and need for effective airflow design cannot be met without thorough knowledge of the switch's requirements and advanced rack design. The Cruxial™ Switch server rack meets and exceeds all published Cisco rackrequirements for their Nexus™ and Multilayer Director™ side vent switches.
Highly customizable with cable management, different door or top options, this rack can be made to fit your exact requirements. 42u and 44u
The sound of IT equipment can make you crazy if it is not in a dedicated room. Our quiet racks are independently tested by third party labs to verify their sound reduction. We don't rely on statements such as 90% quieter. Several racks reduce noise by up to 28dBA. That's a HUGE drop in sound. At the same time, these models remove up to 7kW of heat. That's as much as some A/C racks. These are not lightweight, thin racks designed to hopefully muffle a little noise. These racks have specialized interiors or patented systems designed and manufactured specificially to reduce noise, while still removing heat put out by your equipment.
Our brands currently include the UCoustic™ 42 and 24u, the AcoustiQuiet™ in 6, 24, 35 and 44u (12u coming shortly), the AcoustiRACK Active™ in 15 and 33u.
Certified by Telcordia (Bellcore) GR-63-CORE Seismic zone 4 standards, this rack is designed with seismic and tremor damage in mind. In addition to Telecom, Network and IT environments, this enclosure is ideal for any rugged or deployed application where resistance to shock, bending and vibration is required. When a rack is certified by Telcordia, it's for an exact height, weight, depth and load rate. We can build any of our Cruxial™ racks to the GR-63-CORE standard and for a volume order will have them certified and tested for your application.More about Seismic Server Racks
These enclosures are available in 2 or 3 secure compartments. A true colocation cabinet has a front and rear door keyed alike, is separated from any adjacent compartment by a full metal floor to prevent cables from going through another part of the cabinet. It will have its own fans in the back of the door, totally independent of the other sections. If that level of security is not necessary, consider a less expensive alternative. Two or three front doors, a common back door, and a full length rackmount shelf separating the compartments. Options. It's all about what you really need.More about Cruxial Colocab™ Server Cabinets