For over 30 years CompuSpace LC has designed and manufactured custom control room solutions, including Operations, Network Control and Help Desk Consoles PlenaForm Systems expertise has broadened over the years, adapting our product design solutions to the constant changes in IT. Our product designs won several awards, including a Platinum and Gold Award for Best Computer Furniture Design at NEOCON.Not resting on past accomplishments, They were asked to come up with a solution for a client who complained that their employees feet were cold sitting at a raised floor console. Knowing that no product existed to address air flow beneath a raised floor, they got to work designing the PlenaForm® Baffle System, which blocks and or directs air flow under raised floors. Our PlenaForm Systems product line was born. Shortly after that, the innovative PlenaFill® 27U scalable blanking panel was also launched. PlenaFill blanking panels solve bypass airflow in server racks faster and less expensively than any other previous blanking panel solution on the market. They have also recently introduced a solution for the 23" telephony industry network rack air flow requirements. More About Company

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  1. PlenaFill PF-12U-23 23 Wide Scalable Blanking Panels

    PlenaFill PF-12U-23 23 Wide Scalable Blanking Panels

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    PLENAFILL® blanking panels are a proven, cost-effective addition to rack cooling solutions for the data center and computer room. PLENAFILL® blanking panels keep cold air at the front of the server cabinets – where it belongs. PLENAFILL® blanking panels cover empty rack spaces to keep the cooled air at the front of the cabinet and prevent exhausted warm air from circulating to the front. As a result, servers operate at a cooler temperature and less cooling energy is expended.

  2. PlenaFill PF-27U-10 Air Optomisation

    PlenaFill PF-27U-10 Air Optomisation

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    PlenaFill Air Optomisation blanking Panels. This method provides a highly effective yet inexpensive solution for sealing the openings between servers or other racked equipment. Preventing the recirculation of hot air back through to the front of the cabinet.

     

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