Rack & Stack Installation Services
We Exercise Extreme Caution with Your Servers
When handling server racks, extreme caution is used 100% of the time. The equipment being moved is valuable and sensitive. In addition, the movers moving the equipment and everyone around are valuable as well. A full server rack can weigh more than 5,000 pounds. It is critical to ensure every move made is the right move. Clancy Relocation & Logistics can assist you with your rack and stack installations.
What is Rack and Stack?
Rack and stack refers to the manner of server equipment being stored. Racking & Stacking happens when equipment is mounted, or racked, before being moved to the data center for deployment, or stacking. When server racks are racked and stacked it creates a lot of additional floor space in a data center.
Protecting Your Assets
Clancy’s method of handling server racks ensures that there is no tipping or impact of any rack. Multiple sets of hands are on a rack at all times when it is being moved. Clancy employs a rack transport methodology that protects the rack and people around in three distinct environments:
- Operation (data center)
- Installation (pick-up/delivery)
Chain Of Custody
We employ methods to ensure every piece is accounted for from end to end. The process and execution are critical to the integrity of the chain of custody. Seals, GPS tracking, or security escorts are a few of the ways to enhance security in the most sensitive projects.
Our teams are trained to handle server racks with extreme care. We have the capabilities of moving servers to and from virtually any location safely. Teams are well versed in procedures for loading a server rack on a lift-gate and other difficult situations.
We achieve total safety by having complete control of the rack moving environment. Project managers know the exact procedures for moving racks and do not compromise the safety of our crew or your equipment. Nothing is left to chance, and this allows for a safe and efficient server move.
To learn more about our rack and stack services, reach out to Clancy today at (845) 209-1560.