Safety compliant cold aisle roofs
Coolgenic cold aisle system is created from cold aisle doors, a cold aisle roof and infill panels (depending on whether infill panels are needed to complete the seal around the cold aisle enclosure).
What does Cross-Guard offer?
Cross-Guard offers a range of roof options for your cold aisle enclosure, manufactured in-house and available for install by a dedicated team of installers. Although the standard colour is Pale Grey (RAL 7035), Coolgenic cold aisle roofs are available in a wide range of other colours.
You can see below examples of collapsible and active cold aisle roofs. These are popular choices if you don’t wish to set up fire suppression within the cold aisle - you don’t need to modify your existing fire suppression system. For a roof option that integrates with your fire suppression system, but is also certified by US insurers as FM-approved in relation to quality and fire resistance, you may want to consider our shrinkable cold aisle roof.
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Coolgenic roof options for your cold aisle enclosure
The cold aisle roof options available for your cold aisle enclosure include:
Coolgenic collapsible cold aisle roof panels can be installed on cabinets of any size/height as the channels and brackets are adjustable to different aisle lengths and widths. Panels are fixed with a low temperature (58°C) fusible link mechanism which melts in high temperatures to allow access to gas/liquid from your existing fire suppression system.
Collapsible cold aisle roof panels are lightweight, so there is minimal risk of injury if the panels collapse in the event of a fire. If you’re interested in the collapsible cold aisle roof, give us a call on +44 (0)20 8108 9328.
Features of collapsible and active roofs
Cold aisle containment roofs should be used in conjunction with end-of-aisle doors to fully trap air within the cold aisle enclosure. Visit our cold aisle door page to learn more about the variety of doors we offer.
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