Ventilation Unit - Quest
Offered as a rack-mount 4-fan assembly for mounting in 19" racks and enclosures occupying just 1 RMS of space. The ventilation unit comes in an aluminum housing.
Air-Guard Floor Grommets
Keep your data center cool and avoid debry flying around compromising your equipment performance with these Floor Grommets by Air-Guard.
Polargy PolarDam™ Air Dam Foam
/ 6 sheets pack
Seals spaces in your data center where cold air may escape. Flexible "tear-to-size" sheets are cut in 1" x 1" squares to fit into irregular spaces of any size. Installation requires no tools or adhesives
Ventilation Fans - Hoffman
These units can be mounted on a standard 19 inch rack and occupy only 1 RU. The power cord plugs directly into a standard 115 VAC outlet.
Fan Panels and Fans - Gator Cases
Available in 1, 2 and 3-fan configurations, these ball-bearing fan panels are designed to cool quickly, so that your rack mount components run as smoothly as possible.
4.5" Rack Fans - Middle Atlantic
These Middle Atlantic fans are ideal for cooling your wall mount or cabinet enclosures. Fans are relatively quiet, 115 Volt with a choice of airflow of 50 CFM (cubic feet per minute) and 95 CFM.
Fan Kits - Middle Atlantic
Maintains computer equipment and cables cool in enclosed spaces. Fan Kits include two 4-1/2 fans, four fan guards and vent blockers. Fan kits are available for 17”, 22” and 26” Depth DWR Cabinet.
10” Exhaust Fan - BUD Industries
Supplied with Finger guard and all mounting hardware, including a 36” power cord. This fan is made shade-pole thermally protected. Operating temperature range is -20° to +60° C.
Middle Atlantic Comp-Cool Component Cooler
Designed to keep heat-sensitive electronics consistently cool and functional, this component fan mounts over a device's vents to automatically remove the heat at its source.
Middle Atlantic High CFM Split Rear Door
Designed to maximize airflow in densely populated enclosures, these double-door upgrades allow for custom fan configuration, and provide easy rear access to components.
Kendall Howard Fan Assembly Kit
Ideal for everything from server enclosures to DVR lockboxes, these fan kits free you from the constraints of pre-configured fan panels - they're individual, so just order exactly what you need.
Kendall Howard - Triple Fan Panel
Able to move 315 cubic feet of hot air per minute, this 3-fan panel quietly and efficiently cools server equipment, and runs on just one plug to free up receptacles on your PDU.
Middle Atlantic Closet Cooler
Ideal for telecom closets and other small spaces, this cooling system uses 50 CFM fans to remove heat, keep air circulating around components, and prevent damage from overheating.
Middle Atlantic Quiet-Cool Cabinet Cooler
Perfect for home theater components, this single-fan cooling unit moves 20 cubic feet of hot air per minute, but operates quietly so that you're not distracted from movies, music and games.
Black Box Fan Thermostat Controller
Power is automatically supplied to the fans when the temperature rises above the thermostat-controlled level. Has a dual 15-amp outlets that allow to control 1 or 2 fans.
Environmental Monitor Plus, RSE-B
Ideal for IT directors and business owners who travel often, these monitors alert you to potentially damaging levels of temperature, airflow, humidity, light and sound via the web interface.
Geist Environmental Monitor Plus Display
Designed to monitor factors like temperature levels, airflow and humidity in your data center or server enclosure, it provides you with local or remote-access real time and trend data.
Geist Monitor Aggregator
This unit monitors up to 19 heat, humidity, airflow, smoke, dew point, door positioning and power failure sensors to alert you to potential dangers.
Geist Temperature Monitor Plus
This monitor measures differential temperatures in confined racks and enclosures, then alerts you via e-mail, SNMP traps or XML when preset thresholds are exceeded.
Servers generate heat. Lots of it. And
heat isn't good for electronics. Many data centers, server rooms and IT closets utilize a finite amount of space, and expanding with additional servers means more heat-generating electronics occupying the same fixed area. Thus, cooling is an extremely important challenge in any networking situation. Thankfully, there are many options available, including ventilation fans, rear doors to maximize air flow, portable air conditioning units, skirts and barriers to help direct and contain hot and cold air, and more. We also offer controls that help monitor temperatures and can automatically turn on fans and cooling equipment when needed.