Mission Critical Magazine selects CEG’s Containment Best Practices content for Airflow Management course. Data Center Professionals can receive credit toward maintaining licenses, credentials.   Critical Environments Group℠ (CEG), a leading provider of infrastructure optimization solutions for data centers and mission critical facilities, is pleased to announce that the Engineering+Mechanical Systems Continuing Education Center has developed a course based on…

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New Grommet Provides Immediate Airflow Improvements and ROI for Mission Critical Facilities With its acquisition of Triad Floors in 2017, RLE added a new level of diversity to its data center and mission critical facility solutions. They’ve now expanded upon their robust raised floor and containment product portfolio with the launch of their own line…

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managing airflow at the raised floor level

*This article originally appeared in Mission Critical Magazine as Part Four of our four-part series on Containment Best Practices. This series combines education, design tips, and overall best practices for aisle containment projects in mission critical spaces.  Each of the three previous articles addressed one of the “4Rs” of airflow management: rack, row, and room. In this article,…

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Data Center Raised Floor Webinar

If you’re looking for raised floor best practices that won’t bust your budget, check out this recent webinar CEG hosted with RLE Technologies. In this webinar, you’ll learn: How to dramatically improve data center energy efficiency Different types of containment that work in spaces you can’t see How directional airflow panels can almost instantaneously make…

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*This article originally appeared in Mission Critical Magazine as Part Three of our four-part series on Containment Best Practices. Click here to read more.  Room level airflow management is fraught with misconceptions and half-truths, making it the least understood aspect of airflow management. Ironically, it’s the most important. While it’s fairly well understood that the…

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*This article originally appeared in Mission Critical Magazine as Part Two of our four-part series on Containment Best Practices. Click here to read more.  To put it simply, row-level airflow management refers to improving cold aisle and hot aisle separation. It’s typically done once you’ve made improvements at the rack level (e.g. blanking panels) and…

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managing airflow at the raised floor level

Join CEG & RLE Technologies on July 30 to discuss data center containment best practices that don’t bust your budget. Date: Thursday, July 30, 2020 Time: 11:00am EDT / 9:00am MDT When using raised floors in data centers, there are many standard considerations that go into selecting the proper floor system: type of support structure…

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data center rack airflow management

*This article originally appeared in Mission Critical Magazine as Part One of our four-part series on Containment Best Practices. Click here to read more.  In a reality where cabinet densities are rising — with recent research stating upwards of 10 kW per rack, on average — increasing energy efficiency and keeping operating costs down in…

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CEG Data Center Airflow Managment

When discussing airflow management at the Row level, many people quickly navigate to containment, and for good reason. In many ways, it is the most impactful solution that you can implement at this level. But as we’ve previously discussed, Row airflow management is more than just containment. There are other areas in the Row that need…

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Data Center Raised Floor Panels

The RFM (Raised Floor Monitoring) combines two of RLE’s most popular products, a Triad solid steel floor panel and WiNG wireless sensors, to provide a solution that helps data centers seamlessly monitor conditions in an existing raised floor environment. Ideal for differential pressure and airflow monitoring, RFM Panels keep reliable, quality monitoring tucked safely within…

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