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Cleaning and Housekeeping

  • Data Center Facility Staff Duties

    Selecting duties that data center staff should perform verse outsourcing.
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  • Cooling Equipment Maintenance Checklist

    Proper maintenance of cooling equipment will not only extend their life but also cut operating costs in the data center.
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  • Data Center Cleaning Tips

    The how and why of cleaning above and below a data center computer rooms raised floor.
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  • Dangers Lurking Inside Server Cabinets

    There should be absolutely nothing in these server cabinets but servers, cabling and electrical feeds. Anything more and you are incurring risks that can lead to equipment failure or possibly something even worse.
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  • Data Center Contamination

    Contamination can cause a wide range of equipment problems, including intermittent, premature and permanent failure, and overheating and loss of energy efficiency. Establish and maintain a set of rules for controlling contaminants in the data center along with a regular cleaning schedule and you should be one step closer to continuous uptime.
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  • Data Center Cleaning Tips

    The sub-floor plenum in your data center is critical to delivering pressurized cool clean air to your IT equipment. It is very important to keep contaminates from becoming airborne and entering the intake air vents of your computer equipment and under floor fire alarm sensors. Cleaning your under floor environment is a necessary maintenance practice and will contribute to overall uptime in your data center.
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  • Cleaning a Raised Floor

    In most cases, a data center's under floor is also its cold air delivery space. Not cleaning beneath a raised floor can result in contaminants being drawn into sensitive computer equipment, which can cause overheating and shorten their life.
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