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Accessorize Your Cabinets for Improved Thermal Efficiency

May 22, 2014

The most effective way to take your thermal management strategy to a whole new level is to add accessories to your cabinet system that are proven to improve airflow distribution.

Chatsworth Products (CPI) has a number of accessories to complement your cabinet's functionality.

Here are a three accessories and their application:

F-Series TeraFrame Gen 3 Cabinet with VED

Vertical Exhaust Ducts: 
Attaches to the top panel of the N-Series and F-Series TeraFrame®, and GF-Series GlobalFrame® families of cabinets, they provide a closed pathway for hot air to an overhead drop ceiling. Vertical Exhaust Ducts come in various heights to adapt easily to your ceiling specific height. Select this top panel style when configuring your cabinet.  (Pro tip: for improved performance of the channeled hot air, use them with an Air Dam to block airflow around the sides of the equipment mounting space.) 


Snap-In Filler Panel Snap-In Filler Panel: 
Attaches to equipment mounting rails to create a seal between adjacent panels and equipment, blocking most airflow between panels.
Read the data sheet.

KoldLok Grommets

KoldLok® Raised Floor Grommets: 
Perfect to prevent loss of cold air through the cable openings in access floor tiles, while protecting cables from damaging.
Read the data sheet.

For details on more cabinet accessories, visit the product accessory page.

Raissa Carey, eContent Specialist 
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