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Raised Floor Enclosures

 

Raised floor enclosures allows users to save space in tight areas by providing connectivity in a traditional raised floor. This not only conserves valuable space, but may provide the added benefit of reducing cooling requirements in potentially crowded equipment and data control rooms by moving active equipment to alternate sites. The substantial cost savings incurred by using ceiling access points in support of a zone cabling system, make these products a must in all office infrastructures.

 

These enclosures are also commonly used in data centers to provide additional rack space in front of a cabinet. The enclosures are typically integrated inline with cable trays.

 

Raised Floor Enclosures include the following benefits:

 

  • High-quality construction and design

  • Designed to integrate into standard 2’ x 2’ raised floor grids (most models use floor tile as the cover)

  • Multiple, cable access ports with fire-rated foam sealing kits

  • Brackets (included with most models) for attachment to raised floor support pedestals

  • Reduced cost of cable configurations when used to create consolidation points in your network

  • A variety of standard sizes and options to suit your needs and budget

  • Customized Units are available for unique projects with special requirements

  • UL Listed; UL 50, UL 1863 and UL 2043

  • A variety of arrangements to suit your equipment mounting needs.

    • Raised Floor Enclosure for Patch Panels(voice and data networks)

    • Raised Floor Enclosure for Active Components

    • Raised Floor Enclosure with Locking Cover for Patch Panels

    • Basic Consolidation Enclosures (BCE)

    • Raised Floor Enclosure for Fiber

Custom Consolidation Point Enclosures

AAT Omega, LLC. specializes in creating custom enclosures for a variety of telecommunication markets. Usually this involves one of our existing enclosures but we are able to provide solutions based on individual customer requirements.

 

Listed below are a few examples of specific special projects: