Data Center Cleaning
The biggest concern we hear from data center managers is the fear of an inexperienced cleaning company causing downtime. Understanding the critical environment of a data center is what we do best. All of our employees are trained to fully understand and respect the critical nature of the environment and to ensure proper care with removing and replacing panels, together with an inspection of the underfloor components.
We are currently taking all precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. To help protect the safety of our staff and clientele, DCS, Inc. has instituted a COVID-19 policy for our staff to ensure we are doing everything possible to stop the spread of the virus.
As part of our scheduled service we will begin disinfecting high-touch surfaces in your data center areas such as door handles, light switches, keypads, phone handsets, handrails and all control pads, at no additional cost.
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Experienced supervisors are always onsite to maintain quality control. The underfloor and understructure is cleaned using intense HEPA filter vacuums that filter to .3 microns.
Floor Surface Cleaning
Data Center Solutions specializes in cleaning data center and computer room floor surfaces using products and equipment, specifically designed for raised floor systems. Leading manufacturers and industry experts endorse weekly floor surface maintenance to remove soil and dust accumulations. We only use High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filtered vacuums, and damp mops with lint-free mop heads.
Data Center Solutions, Inc. takes pride in the fact that cleaning your equipment is part of our full service commitment. From the cable trays hanging from your ceiling, all the way down to the bases of your MDF rack, we can clean it all. Our process utilizes intense HEPA filter vacuums and lint-free cloths, which are moistened with anti-static solutions, safe for your data center environment.
Keep your data center equipment free from dust, dirt and other contaminants to prevent their entry into equipment, which could cause unnecessary downtime. Dust that collects on sensitive IT equipment, even if electrically and chemically inert, can cause heat build-up simply through its thermal insulating properties.
Post Construction Cleaning (Final Clean)