Middle Atlantic extends cable ladders, seismic racks

April 8, 2009
April 8, 2009--Middle Atlantic Products' selection of cable ladders and accessories includes standard widths of up to 24", and now features a range of custom widths and rung spacing for installations with special requirements.

April 8, 2009--Middle Atlantic Products' selection of cable ladders and accessories includes standard widths of up to 24", and now features a range of custom widths and rung spacing for installations with special requirements.

Compatible with most popular cable ladder brands and accessories, the line is designed for both new and retrofit installations. Cable ladders feature heavy-duty, fully welded construction with a durable double black powder coat finish.

In addition, Middle Atlantic now offers additional equipment-mounting solutions rated for seismic and mission-critical applications. Seismic-certified racks (pictured below) now include 2-post, server, security, cable management, and slide-out (the latter proprietary). Riser bases that support racks in raised floor applications now also offer increased weight load ratings.

Middle Atlantic has also completed testing and seismic-certification for new racks, such as the R2-44S 19" relay rack, and its existing MK and WMRK racks. Further testing has led to increased seismic weight ratings for the MRK, VRK, VMRK and MRK-AXS enclosures.

On the Web: www.middleatlantic.com

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