We’re sending you this emailer to let you know about a new Data Center solution you may want to consider.

A clean data center helps data center managers maintain the quality of the environment to support IT loads. Although not a glamorous part of the job, we have found a great solution from UK-based Dycem that should be considered for any data center environment. The CleanZone Premier Contamination Control Zone solution does the job of removing dirt and particles from the soles of your shoes as you enter the data center. For a nominal investment, its worth considering.

To learn more, check out the following video at the new PTS Data Center Design Channel on YouTube. As always, please think of us for your next data center project — whether it is infrastructure, facility, or IT related.

Pete Sacco

President & Founder

PTS Data Center Solutions, Inc

Experts For Your Always Available Data Center

CleanZone Premier Contamination Control Zone Solution
Typically PTS focuses on high tech design considerations and solutions for your data center, computer room, server room, or network operations center. However, we are extremely impressed with the performance of the CleanZone Premier solution from UK Company, Dycem.

The product is designed to attract, collect, and retain contaminating particles which collect on your shoes before you enter the mission critical room.

To learn more about how Dycem products work, check out the PTS Data Center Design Channel Dycem video, click here or contact PTS.

Also, don’t forget the many services available from PTS to design, build, support, and maintain your mission critical facilities. A sample of our services includes:

See our services and solutions here!

About PTS Data Center Solutions

Founded in 1998, PTS Data Center Solutions is a premier data center design firm and turnkey solutions provider, offering a broad range of project experience, specializing in designing data centers, computer rooms and technical spaces that integrate “best-of-breed”, critical infrastructure technologies and result in continuously available, scalable, redundant, fault-tolerant, manageable, and maintainable mission critical environments.