Data center brushes are used both for organization and temperature control. In terms of the former, these brushes create a seal around the space where cables pass through, facilitating a tidier and safer workspace. For the latter, the brushes regulate temperature around vital cables and computer elements to ensure optimal functionality. Some examples of where and how data brushes are used include:
As computer chips get smaller, they run hotter. The spaces that house computers and their cables need to maintain temperature fidelity to protect the equipment and promote efficiency and cost savings. Temperature regulation can also come into play when heat retention is needed, such as in the case of some laser technology work. Data center brushes function well in these instances, too.
If you’d like to speak with one of our custom brush experts about your data center brush needs or ideas, please call our office. We’ve got just the brush for you or we will work with you to design your brush solution from concept to creation.
Designed as grommet for wire management and or as brush seal for raised floors.
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Our brush seals work to protect computer equipment from changing temperatures and dirt and dust particles, helping to maximize performance and minimize downtime. Anywhere cables enter or exit a computer room or data center, there is the potential for cooling air to escape and dirt and dust particles to enter. While your data center may be equipped with a suitable cooling system, improper containment can lead to hot spots and a significant loss of cooled air.
Precision Brush strip brush grommets prevent unwanted airflow leakage from your data center by sealing these entry and exit points. This increases the static pressure in the under-floor plenum, maximizing your cooling system output by ensuring that the controlled air stays within the data center. Precision Brush raised floor brush grommets are self-sealing and can be installed either before or after equipment is in place, so there is no need to modify any existing wiring.