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How to choose Windows server room flooring

Bernie Klinder, Founder, LabMice.net

Most Windows server rooms are a raised sub floor or access floor to create a space for the miles of network cable that run in and out of a server room, and to create a space for air distribution.

Be sure that the load ratings for all raised floors and ramps are adequate to support all of your racks and equipment. Cast aluminum tiles in the raised server room floors seem to handle heavier load better than other materials, but check with manufacturer's ratings and specifications. Consider installing a sub-floor water detection system to prevent damage to your cables in the event moisture collects beneath the sub floor.


HOW TO DESIGN A WINDOWS SERVER ROOM

 

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Introduction
  Determine Windows server room size requirements
 Reserve a Windows server room location
 Step 3: Windows server room power requirements
 Windows server room environmental controls
  Windows server room rack solutions and cable management techniques
  Choosing Windows server flooring
 Windows server room security

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Bernie Klinder, MVP, consultant
Bernie Klinder is a technology consultant for a number of Fortune 500 companies. He is also the founder and former editor of LabMice.net, a comprehensive resource index for IT professionals who support Microsoft Windows NT/2000/XP/2003 and BackOffice products. For his contributions to the information technology community, Bernie was selected as an MVP (Most Valuable Professional) by Microsoft. Copyright 2004 TechTarget

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