Middle Atlantic BGR equipment racks
The versatile line of racks incorporate provisions for cable management and component cooling, and installers can configure the products to accommodate standard size gear, and smaller devices.
Efficiency and versatility are more than buzzwords these days for installers, they are necessary traits that must be incorporated into today’s product market. Middle Atlantic, a New Jersey-based manufacturer of racking systems and accessories has taken these ideals to heart with the introduction of its BGR Series of equipment racks.
The company first introduced the line at the recently completed InfoComm commercial electronics trade show and it is now shipping the products. Middle Atlantic says the line can be used for commercial and residential electronics installations, and it says the line is engineered to save labor cost and expenses in the field with provisions for cooling and cable management. With those features incorporated into the design of the products along with core Middle Atlantic technologies like its LeverLock interior management system that enables electronics professionals to mount small components along the inside walls of the racks with cable management, the racks can be used to address just about any installation.
Middle Atlantic points out the racks also carry UL-listed weight capacities, as well as seismic certified capacities, and the products are GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified and Children & Schools certified, which can help property owners earn LEED credits.
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