Gilbert’s GF floor grille was the ventilation unit of choice at the Data Centre World Green Data Centre showcase at ExCel London.
The GF Series of heavy duty floor grilles each deliver air volumes up to 500l/sec with a jet velocity of just over 3m/s, whilst withstanding point loading up to 4.5KN (to meet EN13264:2001) in most raised floor types, ideal for the specific ventilation needs of data centres.
The grilles are manufactured from extruded aluminium and are available in a choice of medium or extra heavy grade, depending on static loading.
Designed to replace 600mm square floor tiles, each grille features internal bars set on a straight, 13mm pitch to prevent heel penetration and snagging.
Slimline hit/miss slot dampers are available, which are position lockable and attached to the grille body.
The units are provided in a mill finish as standard for optimum integration into the data centre design. The range can also be supplied with a brush (bright grain effect) finish, shadowline (matt black internals with a bright grain fascia) or nylon colour coating.
Gilberts of Blackpool,
Phone: 01253 766911
Fax: 01253 767941
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