Data Center GrateAire Airflow Panel

HD GrateAire®

For contained aisles with high load requirements

HD GrateAire die-cast aluminum panels feature the highest load rating of all Tate airflow panels. The 3,000 lb design load and high rolling load rating make this the ultimate choice for data center with heavy equipment requirements. The high strength, low weight, all aluminum construction is designed for use in new and existing data center applications with ConCore or All Steel Bolted Stringer systems. Available with or without a damper, it can be adjusted from the top to balance the airflow based on the specific load in the aisle. With the same airflow performance as the standard GrateAire panel the HD GrateAire offers high density cooling and load performance is an affordable airflow panel.

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Key Performance Characteristics

  • Die-cast aluminum panels with 56% unobstructed open area.
  • Effortless reconfiguration and retrofit of any existing stringered ConCore or All Steel system, without modification.
  • Available with or without top surface adjustable dampers.

Airflow Performance Information

Cooling Capacity 56% Open Area

Static Pressure
(H20)

No Damper
(CFM)

Opposed Blade Damper
(CFM)
Open Closed
0.02 1055 890 90
0.04 1500 1290 100
0.06 1875 1565 145
0.08 2115 1760 155
0.10 2340 2075 170

Product Information

Technical Documents
Control Options
Understructure
Brochures

HDGA 3000 Datasheet 24in

HDGA 3000 Detail 24in (PDF)

HDGA 3000 Detail 24in (DWG)

The GrateAire® is available with these Control options:

Tate Product Guide

Tate Commercial & Data Center Product Guide

Other Airflow Panel Options

Other Data Center Solutions

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