We provide a wide range of products with various applications and pricing points, all to increase productivity and minimize operating expenditures. Additionally, proactive, preventative planning will be implemented with our technologies to ensure that your servers are kept safe and working correctly.

 For your data center, nothing less than the best will do. Maintain your focus on the primary goal of keeping your data center up to date with current safety trends to eliminate any possibility of downtime or outages. We supply necessary infrastructure technologies and immediately deployable customized solutions to meet the aims and ambitions of each particular business client.

i-Smart cabinet

The i-Smart cabinet’s integrated enclosure, power, cooling, and service capabilities make it possible to deploy IT infrastructure. It also enables the most critical feature: complete 360-degree visibility of all system components. It is one of our best selling product.

 Our i-Smart Cabinet customers may use this feature to analyze, monitor in real-time, and get insight into future system performance, helping them better manage and plan their computer infrastructure. The power and cooling infrastructure that supports these systems comprise the following components, which guarantee that these systems are always available.


Dust-free and sealed

Noise Abatement

Saving Energy


There will be no engineering.

Save Space on the Floor

There isn’t any machine room.

Radiation that has been shielded

Aisle Containment Curtain system

Data Center Aisle Containment Curtains are the most cost-effective method of constructing a barrier that guides cold and hot air from the perforated floor tiles in front of the server cabinets to the air inlets in the racks.

Every data center must be equipped with an Aisle Containment Curtain system. As a result, it is vital to have a plan in place that separates the excellent air supply flow from the hot equipment exhaust flow to ensure that your data center has the least amount of downtime in the near and long term.

Cold air is prevented from mixing with the warm air around the equipment by Aisle Containment, installed before it reaches the racks. This technique, which utilizes a raised floor, allows for a system that can heat larger loads of up to 10-15kW.

Data Center Epoxy

If you are in charge of a data center, you are well aware of the importance of environmental control. Among other things, you must take precautions against potential leaks and maintain regular humidity and temperature monitoring. In data centers, there is a great deal of fragile equipment. Using Data Center Epoxy, porous substrates may be penetrated to form a water-resistant, weather-resistant covering that protects the substrate from fungus and algae attack while showing the natural beauty of the stone underneath it.

Nowadays, data centers are often painted in brighter colors and have more visually appealing designs than in the past. It may, for example, be a handy method of distinguishing between various server rooms based on color. You can also utilize it to make a good first impression on prospective customers who come to your facility to see what you have to offer.

Characteristics of an epoxy-based data center-

Environmentally friendly and resistant to the elements

It is very transparent and does not turn yellow when exposed to light.

Fungus and algae are not a problem for you.

Bring out the natural beauty of the surface.

Blanking panels or rack spacer blanks

Known variously as rack spacer blanks, close-out filler panels, or rack spacer blanks, blanking panels are rack accessories used to cover empty rack shelves and seal gaps inside the rack enclosure.

The number of rack shelves in a data center is never the same as the number of pieces of equipment that it houses. A well-designed data center structure leaves opportunities for future growth and extension. Disrupting airflow and aisle confinement settings, on the other hand, is a common occurrence when there are empty rack shelf spaces. The usage of blanking panels for any slots that aren’t currently in use is crucial for this reason.

Blanking panels are used in server racks to guarantee that the airflow is as efficient as possible. It is possible to suffer thermal damage if a frame is utilized without blanking panels because of improper cooling. If any of the vertical space in a server cabinet is left open, the gaps between rack-mount equipment cause a change in the airflow through the rack and across the components.

Datacenter ESD shoes

Static electricity is drawn downward by conductive components added to flooring materials, down the thickness of the material, via the underlying conductive ground plane, and to copper strips connected to ground during the manufacture of ESD floors.

Electronic static discharge (ESD) safety shoes, also known as anti-static safety shoes, protect you and your equipment from costly damage by transmitting electrical charges from the safety shoes to the surrounding ground.


This plug supplies antistatic qualities.

It is recommended that you put on socks.

Chemicals are used in the sterilization process.

Sterilization at 135 degrees Celsius in an autoclave

Sterile treatment with ultraviolet light is a kind of sterilization.

Up to 90 degrees Celsius may be washed in the machine.

If you have to choose between two sizes, we recommend going with the larger of the two.

There are the following sizes available: 35/36, 37/38, 39/40, 41/42, 43/44, and 45/46, in addition to custom sizes.

You may fine-tune the fit of the strap with your fingers.


The clog is made of TPE and is lightweight (thermoplastic elastomer).

The sole of the shoe does not make direct contact with the ground.

Slip-resistant flooring may be found on both wet and dry surfaces.

With an exposed heel, wear it sideways.

The front is closed to provide the most significant amount of protection.

It keeps its elasticity even after being used.

Hot and Cold Aisle System

The Hot and Cold Aisle System is a cost-effective method of dividing airflow patterns between hot and cold zones in a data center. The technique is utilized to maintain the hot aisle and cold aisle air temperatures under control, which is necessary to prevent overheating crucial servers. Because they are also an airflow management system, aisle containment curtains may be customized to fit any space, regardless of its size or design.

First and foremost, IT professionals dealing with such challenges should evaluate their cooling architecture to see whether it can meet current and future computer needs. The availability of hot aisle/complicated aisle configurations in modern data centers has made cold aisle containment one of the most practical air management methods available. If this capacity is available, the goal is to concentrate cold air in the areas where it is needed the most.

Shoe dispenser

The Datacenter is a sterile environment. Or, at the very least, it should be! When entering data centers or server rooms in the past, you were compelled to remove your shoes. The danger of damage was significant, even though the boots efficiently prevented dirt from entering your clean region. Another bothersome side effect of eliminating footwear was foot smell. Shoe coverings eliminated the need to remove footwear, but they were inconvenient to wear and hence were seldom utilized.


There is no requirement for energy or a battery to work since the design is entirely mechanical.

To assist a sanitary environment, the user’s foot is covered with a clean cover.

When entering a location that requires excellent hygiene, there is no need to change shoes.

Hospitals, clinics, manufacturing, real estate, hotels, and offices are all good candidates.

Nonwoven, PE, CPE, and other shoe cover materials are available.

It takes 30 seconds to change a film roll, which may be reused 1000 times, or the equivalent of 500 pairs of shoes. The item is not oversized and is simple to transport.

Datacenter wipes

If anything were to happen to wipe away this valuable data, what would be the result? Consider the ramifications for your organization. Consider the financial ramifications of a failure of your equipment in your business. However, although certain factors contribute to equipment loss over which you have limited control, the most significant issue is one that is relatively straightforward to resolve: contaminants introduced into your server room’s atmosphere.

To clean the exterior casings of hardware devices, it is necessary to eliminate embedded and surface particle pollution. To do this, data center wipes must be used. Characters such as clean interior and exterior equipment, walls and glass window sills, workstations and cabinets, air handlers, and other support equipment are included in the scope of this requirement. The raised floor pedestals and stringers and the floor base should be cleaned with a moist cloth. To get rid of the access chemical, use a dry cloth to wipe it off the surface.

Reversible thermometers 

The temperature in today’s high-density data centers varies significantly from rack to rack and is not consistent. If a server is allowed to operate at temperatures between 86 and 95 degrees Fahrenheit for more than a few minutes, most of its CPUs will begin to melt. In rare instances, hot patches created by airflow shortages and other disruptive causes may cause critical equipment to overheat, resulting in catastrophic failure.

Room, refrigerator, and freezer temperature thermometers are special-purpose thermometers that may be used to assess the temperature of rooms, refrigerators, and freezers.

Raised floor Lifter

Raised floor systems are straightforward to adjust to changes and additions. They enable the retrofitting of next-generation technology into existing areas, which is impossible with other floor systems. Despite increasing population density, raised floors continue to sustain a wide range of heat loads.

A raised floor system is not required if the energy to the racks is distributed above the floor through a bus system, which is challenging to implement for several reasons. They are often proprietary, costly, rigid, and have a restricted range of applications and capabilities. Even while an under-floor power connection may only impact one rack, the same short in a bus system might damage the whole feed as well as hundreds of frames. Repairs and replacements are often a considerable financial burden.

Floor panel lifts, which are used to access components under raised floor systems in data centers, boost the safety and convenience of use for personnel. The use of high-strength steel-formed floor tile pullers makes it simple for users to lift and move tiles. The heavy-duty twin suction cups support the weight of the raised floor tiles.

Raised floor cable grommet

The Raised Floor Grommet is a kind of cable penetration seal used in data center raised floors to seal new or existing cable penetrations. Because of the split two-piece construction, installing the tile at the edge of a raised floor tile border is feasible. Using this strategy, wires are not captured, and tile removal may be accomplished quickly without creating network disturbance.

 Raise the floor cable grommets are designed for use with both new and existing raised floor systems. They are not intended for existing raised floors with grommets or trimmed cable cuts but do not have enough airflow sealing. Any data center nowadays would be incomplete without this gadget.

Advantages and distinguishing characteristics-

The split design makes it simple to insert additional wires around old ones since it allows easy expansion. Creating cable perforations around the floor tiles border will make cable installation and retrieval much more accessible.

When used with the Rectangular Raised Floor Grommet, an EPDM membrane sandwiched between two layers of nylon brushes provides a good seal around cable bundles.

Because of its smaller footprint, the 4″ Round Raised Floor Grommet is a good choice when space is at a premium.

DCS Sticky Mats

Keeping dirt at bay at the front entrance is made easy with DCS Sticky Mats. This is partly because the sticky mat surface accumulates dirt when people walk on it or when wheels roll over it. For this reason, they are also referred to as adhesive mats or sticky mats.

Sticky mats for cleanrooms must be stored horizontally and stacked with care in a well-controlled environment. It is more likely to be damaged when the sticky film is held upright, or heavy objects are placed on it.

Sticky mats are an essential aspect in maintaining the cleanliness of a Data Center. To aid in the appropriate removal of dust and particle pollution from people and equipment’s shoes and wheels, they should be put immediately upon entering the changing room, before entering the air shower.

TruTouch smart panel display

People can connect, create, and collaborate more effectively when they use cost-effective collaboration solutions.

Built-in Applications: With Newline’s built-in apps, you can schedule meetings, respond to emails, save and retrieve files in the cloud, and work on projects, among other things. It is simple to collaborate both locally and remotely. You may cast wirelessly from any network with a single click. Share video, links, and files with anyone, anywhere, on any device.

Send information or present wirelessly from a personal device and invite up to 200 individuals to participate using the broadcast feature from their widgets. It is possible to manage and install apps, alter configurations, implement digital signage, and broadcast messages to all of your Newline displays from a single place. Allow the proximity sensor to quickly activate your calendar, appointments, and other on-screen programs when you get close to the display.

Workspace: Collaborate, annotate, and co-edit documents with colleagues who are located worldwide using video conferencing, whiteboarding, and document editing software.

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Server rack

Server racks are an essential part of every data center. A variety of models are out there, each with its unique design. A two-post or four-post rack, as well as a cabinet or open-frame rack, can be used. If there is a rack, you can be sure it will have a lot of different types and sizes of things that keep your business running smoothly. It will be easier for you to get the most out of your server rack if you know the parts.

This rack-mount enclosure has a lot of places where cables can come out, and they can come out from the top, bottom, or cable management rail. For easy installation of equipment of different depths, the vertical mounting rails are marked and moved. Our server rack comes with a 50-piece cage nut and screw set and casters and levelers, split locking side panels.

Routers and switches in the server rack

Switches and routers are two of the most common network equipment types in data centers. This equipment comes in a wide range of types and models and a wide range of shapes and sizes.

Data center


A device called a “switch” lets data come in from one source and then send it to another one. Many different types of equipment can be plugged into switches, and they’ll be set up so that all of them can talk to each other and other parts of the network.


People use routers to connect two or more networks. Most of the time, a router connects to a switch so that hundreds, if not thousands, of devices can talk to each other over the wide-area network at once (or even connect to the Internet). Routers use clever settings to make sure traffic moves quickly.

Putting routers and switches inside a server rack helps keep the equipment safe. As a result, these devices must be supported in a central place, like a data centre. This is because these devices are essential to the whole network.

Data center


A device called a “switch” lets data come in from one source and then send it to another one. Many different types of equipment can be plugged into switches, and they’ll be set up so that all of them can talk to each other and other parts of the network.


People use routers to connect two or more networks. Most of the time, a router connects to a switch so that hundreds, if not thousands, of devices can talk to each other over the wide-area network at once (or even connect to the Internet). Routers use clever settings to make sure traffic moves quickly.

Putting routers and switches inside a server rack helps keep the equipment safe. As a result, these devices must be supported in a central place, like a data centre. This is because these devices are essential to the whole network.

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Refurbished servers

Servers are, of course, the most common thing to be stored in a server rack. It doesn’t matter what kind of server these are, and they could be standard PC-like rack servers, thin and efficient blade servers, or any other kind. Servers are essential parts of most networks because they run many programmes, store data, and do essential work for a business.
There are a lot of reasons why servers need to be stored in a server rack, such as the following:

Security – Servers are often high-end pieces of hardware that can cost a lot of money. They are less likely to be stolen or tampered with if stored in a server rack.

Cooling – Servers make a lot of heat, so they must be kept at the right temperature to work correctly. Server racks are made to allow as much airflow as possible, which helps remove hot air from the server’s environment.

Troubleshooting – Having all of your servers in one place makes it easy to figure out what’s wrong. Furthermore, server racks make it easy for people to get to both the front and back of any device, suitable for working in the area.