Chased into concrete floor and cemented over Sample Clauses

Chased into concrete floor and cemented over. While the result is tidy, this method is totally inflexible. Once completed, it is extremely difficult to replace cables (should it be necessary) or to relocate equipment without contaminating the computer environment. Such a project could also be costly and time-consuming. B4 FLOOR FINISHLicensed to Mr Neil Crow on 26 July 2010. 1 user personal user licence only. Storage, distribution or use on network prohibited (10134675).B4.1 General The following guidelines apply to the choice of floor finish.B4.2 High pressure laminate High pressure laminate is used mainly on access floor panels. It does not require waxing and can be cleaned by damp mopping. It normally provides a dissipation path for static and is the most widely used of all floor coverings. It is strongly recommended.B4.3 Vinyl Conductive vinyl can also be used on elevated floor panels. However, it is more frequently used as a covering material for solid floors when elevated floors are not used. This type of covering generally requires more maintenance.B4.4 Carpet Where carpet is desired, it should be of a type with resistance specified by the manufacturer, or is actually measured, to fall within the range specified in Clause 2.1.2 in accordance with the test methods described in Appendix E, without requiring special or regular treatment.Generally, treating carpet with antistatic solutions is not satisfactory. The carpet should be vacuum-cleaned daily and shampoo-cleaned as required.NOTE: Low-quality carpets may be a source of dust or lint. B5 STRUCTURAL TESTING OF ELEVATED FLOORS Elevated floors for computer installations should comply with the structural requirements of AS 4154. APPENDIX CGUIDELINES FOR DESIGNING AIRCONDITIONING FOR COMPUTER INSTALLATIONS(Informative) Licensed to Mr Neil Crow on 26 July 2010. 1 user personal user licence only. Storage, distribution or use on network prohibited (10134675).C1 SCOPE This Appendix provides guidance on designing airconditioning for computer installations for Environment Types 1 and 2. Some parts may also have application to the airconditioned office environment (Type 3).Nothing in this Appendix is intended to supersede any current Australian Standard or special supplier requirement concerning airconditioning. Instead, the information given is intended as a guide where a number of options are available. C2 GENERAL Computer equipment requires an airconditioning system designed for year- round operation. Ideally, the computer room temperatures are mainta...