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Facility Management

  • Prepping Power Whips for Installation

    When cold weather arrives, take special precaution in preparing power whips prior to installation to avoid damaging conductors.
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  • Recycling & Opportunistic Fraud

    Recycling is a big business, with billions of dollars at stake. If you are redeeming materials for recycling, put controls in place, monitor what leaves your facility and follow the money. Don't be a victim of opportunistic fraud.
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  • Renewable Energy - Data Centers Doing Their Part

    For data centers looking to improve their carbon footprint, being green should always start with maximizing energy efficiency. Not every data center has access to renewable energy or can afford to purchase renewable energy credits, but finding ways to cut overall energy consumption is something all data centers can pursue.
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  • Is Being Mission Critical Necessary

    Not needing resiliency doesn't mean you don't want reliability, and reliability isn't always a function of redundancies. Forgoing redundancy doesn't automatically require you to accept more downtime. Not when you build your power distribution system with high quality reliable components.
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  • Electrical Device Torque Settings

    It is important to use manufacturers torque settings when terminating a conductor to a receptacle device? An under torqued device runs the risk of working loose resulting in a failed device at start up or during use. Over torquing can damage the device leading to failure while in service.
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  • Selecting a Hosting Data Center

    The following checklist offers some thoughts on what to consider when evaluating a potential data center host.
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  • Taking Advantage of Free Cooling

    Cut Data Center cooling costs by utilizing "Free" cooling during cold weather climate periods.
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  • Data Center Environmental Monitoring

    Monitoring a data center's physical premises and inner workings help to provide a more safe and reliable facility. The following points address some important areas to for monitoring.
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  • 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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