Perforated tiles is raised floor tile with certain size of fissures on it to discharge certain amount of cold air through those fissures which helps to redirect cold air at targeted place for efficient cooling.
The structure of Perforated Panel is similar with that of anti-static steel raised floor but it is has hollow cavity without foamed cement. The up and bottom steel sheets as well as laminates are all punched with ventilation holes. Matched with the steel raised floor, the perforated panel is used in the place where ventilation is required under the floor. The open ratio can be changed easily by dramper from 0-40%.
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In Modern Data center down flow type computer room air conditioner is used. Down flow type computer room air conditioner discharge cold air from bottom which thrown with pressure below raised floor. Perforated tiles provided outlets for this cold air through fissures or hols carved in it. Since size of perforated tile is same as standard raised floor panel, it can placed in place of any raised floor tile on raised floor grid. Hence perforated raised floor help to divert cold air to targeted area and helps to manage heat load. Perforated raised floor tiles are generally place in front of server rack so that cold aisle should be form. Size and number of fissures onperforated tiles determine amount of cold air it will discharge. Perforated raised floor can be designed to discharge air flow from 17% to 45%.
With increase in air flow discharge percentage, strength of perforated floor tiles get reduced. Perforated tiles are made from steel and can have same surfaces as that of solid tiles. hence it can be available in finish of high pressure laminate, wood, vinyl, rubber etc.
Panels are made from steel. With increasing in percentage of discharge strength of panel can be compromise. reinforcement also added to increase strength. Size of panel is 60 x 60 cm.
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1) Where will the raised floor be located?
2) What will be placed on the raised floor?
3) What are the loads that will be placed on the raised floor during construction as well as the loads on the floor during occupancy?
4) What is the Finished floor height?
5) What about the quantity?(How many square meters?)
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