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Build the Best Data Center Facility for Your Business by Douglas Alger

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Common Problems

Routing the hundreds or even thousands of cable runs and electrical conduits in your Data Center can be very complicated, so errors of one type or another are likely to occur. The sections that follow discuss some of the more common errors to look out for.

Tile Cut-outs Are Poorly Sized or in the Wrong Location

While a contractor may misread the instructions in your design package, these errors most often occur during the Data Center planning stage. It is easy to miscalculate sizes for tile cut-outs, by either not providing a big-enough opening at cabinet locations where several cable bundles pass through or else making the notches so large that air escapes wherever only a handful of patch cords is routed. One solution to this ...

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