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Server Lifts for Data Center Deployment Operations A data center’s optimal success often involves careful thought on some of the aspects of its operation. Because data centers are fast moving they require upgrades and deployment of expensive equipment that carry software applications and processes. But there are risks involved in server deployment because the people lifting heavy servers can suffer injury and as a result damage equipment. The dangers involved in manual lifting is a matter of serious concern in server deployment. The need for a more efficient method of server lifting has been answered. Lifting servers manually has its drawback, the main drawback being its inefficiency. Precious time is wasted on manual lifting and transport of servers from point to point by foot. A more efficient way to lift servers and other forms of rack mountable equipment is now available — the server lift. Designed specifically for data center deployment operations, a server lift does its job efficiently. Server lifts are different from warehouse lifts in some areas, like size and function. They are designed for maneuverability in office and data center spaces.
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There are two practical features of the server lift designed for its special function.
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1) One advantage of using a server lift is its small footprint. This is in order to move through narrow corridors without much trouble. The common design of data centers are tight and has very limited space to move around freely. A width of 24 inches is optimum for a server lift to maneuver tight corridors with efficiency. Its ability to maneuver between server racks is enabled by its narrow frame. Because of its narrow frame, a server lift is also easy to store. Considering you only need a small space for storage. The small size of the server lift is an important consideration in its physical storage. 2) Being able to lift heavy loads of up to 500 lbs., to a height of about eight feet is another of the advantages of using a server lift. This is an important feature because some servers are big and heavy. It isn’t only people that a server lift helps from over exertion, it also ensures the safety of equipment by preventing unnecessary accidents that can damage them. A server lift’s frame is constructed from sturdy iron angle bars that form a tough cage or tower. Heavy servers and other sensitive equipment like UPSs and batteries are secured in the cage or carriage for transport and automated deployment on racks. Server lifts are an advantage to both people and equipment because of their small size and huge lifting capacity.