The floor gland/grommet offering dramatic performance enhancements
A totally unique concept that corrects inadequacies in old fashioned floor grommets
Features and Benefits
Locking Cold Air Flow Away from Hot Air
Two issues are of significant importance to separate Cold and Hot AIr via any grommet, i.e.
Note: IPACK 2001-15728ASME advises that grommet/tiles near the CRAC unit often experience negative air flow from inside the rack, pulling hot air down into the cold air stream.
AIR-LOKK grommets have been laboratory tested and brushes did not lift or flap until an air pressure of 1500 pascals (0.44" water gauge) was reached. Underfloor static pressure is commonly 6 pascals (0.025" water gauge). AIR-LOKK grommets substantially exceed the common static pressure with a high safety factor.
Unique Brush Gland
The brush gland is pre-stressed to resist air pressure. The patented system provides firrm support to both ends of the brush and the brush tips press down, onto the radiused sides of the grommet, acting like leaf springs. This imparts greater resistance to air pressure.
For further information please download the AIR-LOKK Floor Gland/Grommet PDF below; or the Cannon Air Management Solutions PDF which features the AIR-LOKK Floor Gland/Grommet.
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