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MFB launches new catalogue

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To mark its 40 years in Australian manufacturing, MFB, a manufacturer of high quality racks, cabinets, consoles and enclosures has launched its latest catalogue.  

 
The 11th edition, 90-page publication is the company’s most comprehensive catalogue to date and covers the full range of products including updated enclosures and consoles. 
 
New and improved products include:
 
  • Cold aisle containment systems designed to take advantage of existing floor based air-conditioning systems. They provide a more effective method of circulating cold air. 
  • The MFB Sentinel range of vertical format IP addressable power boards. These offer temperature and humidity monitoring and also offer a level of system integration and monitoring supported by simple user-friendly software. 
 
The InfraSolution IP addressable lock system, designed for larger Data Centre applications where cabinet access and integration require a higher level of screening. 
 
MFB has also released a new portable stylishly designed notebook trolley, that not only provides storage but also power access contained in the unit.
 
MFB Products
03 9801 1044

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