Hoffman Seismic Cabinets
Hoffman Seismic cabinets have been designed to protect 1000lbs of networking equipment through ZONE 4 seismic activity based on NEBS-Telcordia GR-63-CORE standard vibration test. These cabinets easily adapt to different types of applications by using the accessories.
Middle Atlantic MK Series 19" Cable Management Racks
Perfect for managing high-density patching applications, these racks are equipped with multiple integrated cable management features, and are available in both standard and seismic-certified models.
Middle Atlantic DRK Series Cable Management Enclosures
Designed to provide integral high-density cable management with the option of seismic-rated protection, these extra-wide racks can be used as-is, or combined with floor anchor brackets in seismic-activity environments.
Middle Atlantic R2 Series Seismic Open Frame Rack
Available from 44U Rack Space
Perfect for schools, data centers, medical centers and other facilities in earthquake-prone environments, this open-frame rack is compliant with a variety of seismic standards, and provides reliable support for up to 850 lbs of equipment.
Great Lakes® Zone 4 Seismic Floor Enclosures
45U Rack Space
Perfect for businesses and data centers located in earthquake-prone regions, these GR-63-CORE certified enclosures are rated to protect up to 1000 lbs of computer equipment from damage during seismic activity.
Seismic Cabinet Racks - Bud Industries
45U Rack Space
Capable of supporting up to 1200 lbs of equipment, this seismic server rack is rated to Telcordia GR-63 core requirements for optimal protection in seismic zones.
- Who Should Use Seismic Enclosures?
Seismically speaking, all premises can be classified as either essential or non-essential. The term essential applies to agencies and institutions that need to stay functional in spite of any earthquakes that may occur. A few good examples of essential premises are hospitals, data centers, government agencies, and fire and police stations. Because these locations handle and store mass amounts of critical data, it’s necessary for them to employ seismic-rated enclosures for the protection and preservation of network equipment.