The key differences between certified data center lifts designed for IT infrastructure and those created for other uses are not always immediately distinguishable. It becomes even more complicated when non-qualified lifts are recommended specifically for data center use. We’re here to make those (very big) differences clear.
Below, you’ll find our newest blog article with lift usage instructions specific to many of IBM’s rack-mounted servers. Then we dive into FCC certification and compliance, why it matters, and how our certified electric machines will never negatively impact your equipment (or vice versa!). Finally, we’re sharing more on the ServerLIFT SL-500XⓇ Electric Lift—the industry standard solution.
It takes just four basic steps to get an IBM Power Systems rack-mounted server unboxed, to the rack, and installed safely.
Did you know that our lifts are also FCC-compliant? Learn more about why this is so important.
We call our SL-500X the industry standard for many reasons; it’s designed for optimal safety in any data center environment.
Hopefully the features that set ServerLIFT apart are clearer than ever. Working in a data center should never be a stressful or dangerous endeavor; that’s the global aim we work toward every day.
Ray Zuckerman, CEO
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