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An Easy Way to Select Four-Post Racks for Your Telecom Room

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Chatsworth Products (CPI) offers a variety of four-post racks, each providing reliable mounting for IT equipment in computer rooms and data centers that do not require an enclosure. 

But how do you know which one you should select for your application?

Here’s an easy comparison table to help you decide which model is best for your application:

Threaded Rails 
Models Frame Design/Depth Load Capacity Size Options
QuadraRack® 4-Post Frame Fixed rail depth 2000 lb

1 width
3 heights
1 depth

Adjustable QuadraRack® Adjustable depth during assembly 2000 lb 1 width
4 heights
4 depths
Adjustable Rail QuadraRack® Adjustable depth after assembly 2204 lb 1 width

3 heights
2 depths

Square-Punched Rails 
QuadraRack® ServerFrame Center support,
Fixed rail depth
1000 lb 1 width
3 heights
1 depth
Adjustable ServerRack® Adjustable depth during assembly 2000 lb 1 width

4 heights
4 depths

Adjustable Rail ServerRack® Adjustable depth after assembly 2204 lb 1 width

3 heights
2 depths

 
It is also important to consider the depth of the equipment the four-post rack will house in order to make an ideal selection. The rack should always be deeper than the equipment for better support and protection.

For details on CPI’s Four-Post Racks, visit the product page.

Raissa Carey, Technical Writer



Posted by Raissa Carey, Technical Writer at 04/26/2017 08:44:06 AM


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