- Adjustable equipment mounting angles at front and
rear of cabinet ensure adequate space between
the front of equipment and front door, and also
looming space at rear of cabinet.
These mounting angles are punched to conform to
IEC 297 pratice.
- Removable bottom trims at front and rear allow
cable access when thru the floor entry is not
available. These trims can also be replaced with
grille trims, which can be used in conjuction with
a plinth fan unit.(Refer to Accessories section).
- Cabinet are provided with fastening down holes
in the frame base.
- Whilst the racks can be supplied in kit from,
completely assembled ready-to use is standard.
- Flush doors at front and rear are mounted on lift-off type
hinges. The doors have a full 180 swing
and are fitted with central key locks or magnetic catches.
- Tinted or clear glazed doors may be specified (option of
glass or acrylic). These doors have
a robust anodised aluminium frame.
- Metal doors can be full or part louvered and shortened
doors are also available.
- Doors are left-hand hinged unless requested otherwise.
- Top panels are available as vented, plan and grille. Refer
to page 16 for details.
- Side panels lift off easy access. When rack are bayed up,
panels for the bay ends only need be
specified. Panels are not handed and come with earthing contact plates fitted
(no earth wires to
- Flat divider panels are available to isolate racks that
have been bayed up.
- Lifting eyes cab be specified. However they cannot be readily
- Castor base can be fiffted, these add 85mm to the overall
height and can be supplied with a front
projection for andded stability. Brakes can be specified with the front
- Castor rails are cost effective alternative to the mobile base. They add
only 20mm to the overall
height of the rack.
Leveling feet and brakes can be specified for use with these rails, however
the brakes must be activated from withim the rack and are usually fiffted
to one rail only. Features the same heavy duty
castors as the mobile base.
The cannot be used in conjunction with a plinth fan unit.
The rack frame is constructed entirely in 22mm
steel. Top and buttom frames are formed from
one piece, and the corner posts are bolted to the
frames after finishing, making an extremely rigid
assembly. Panels are constructed in 1mm steel
sheet and all corners are welded and dressed
prior ton finishing.
All component have a zinc phosphate pretreat-
ment prior to either powder coating or baked
enamelling. Refer to the colour chart our insede
rear cover for colour details.