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If the building floor loading is 3 kpa and the equipment is 2,000 kg (950 x 600 mm), and is located in a computer room with raised floor environment, can the building and environment support that 2,000 kg equipment?
I work in a Data Center with a raised floor. There is a 10 ton unit that blows air from the ceiling and a 5 ton unit that only blows the air under the floor. For a backup unitl, we had an 5 ton unit that blows air from the ceiling, but that unit broke and facilities refuses to repair it since...