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VE/IDC/601S/PE/TE series SPCC Cold Rolled Steel High Loading Capacity Server/Network Rack Cabinet


Server Rack Cabinet

Network Rack Cabinet

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ZION specializes in providing data center server and network cabinets, known for their fully enclosed designs, including side panels, front and rear doors, and roofs. Their products stand out for:

  • Versatile Frame Options: Available in tubular steel, aluminum, or sheet metal, catering to different durability and thermal needs. High
  • Load Capacity: They support industry-leading load capacities up to 5,000 lbs, suitable for heavy-duty IT equipment.
  • Wide Range of Sizes: ZION offers a variety of sizes with rack units ranging from 42-52RU, heights from 600mm to 813mm (23.62″ to 32″), and depths from 36″ to 54″, accommodating diverse equipment sizes and configurations.
  • Customization and Flexibility: Their focus on providing flexible solutions indicates a commitment to meeting the specific needs of different data center environments. 

What is server cabinet?

Server cabinets is mostly applied to install servers, UPS systems, and monitors. Commonly used in IT settings, it comes in various sizes, with the 42U server cabinet being a standard option, typically measuring 24 inches in width and 36 inches in depth. These cabinets feature perforated front and rear doors for ventilation, essential for cooling the heat-generating equipment inside. This makes them adaptable for different IT equipment and environments, ensuring secure and efficient storage.

What is network cabinet?

A network cabinet is a type of enclosure specifically designed for housing networking equipment such as routers, patch panels, switches, and related accessories. Characteristically, network cabinets are shallower compared to server rack cabinets, often having a depth of less than 31 inches. This is because the networking equipment they contain typically does not generate as much heat as servers, so the thermal management requirements are less stringent. As a result, network cabinets frequently have front doors made of glass or robust plastic instead of the perforated doors commonly found on server racks, reflecting their different usage and cooling needs.

Server cabinet and network cabinet

What is network cabinet?


Differences between server cabinet and network cabinet

Server cabinets and network cabinets are both critical components in IT infrastructure, but they cater to different types of equipment and have distinct features:

Purpose and Equipment

  • Server Cabinet: Designed to house servers, UPS systems, monitors, and other similar equipment. Servers typically generate more heat and are larger in size.

  • Network Cabinet: Used for storing networking equipment like routers, patch panels, switches, and related accessories. These devices generally produce less heat and are smaller compared to servers.

Depth and Size

  • Server Cabinet: Generally deeper to accommodate the servers’ length and cabling requirements. Standard depths are often around 36 inches or more.

  • Network Cabinet: Shallower than server cabinets, usually less than 31 inches in depth, as networking equipment is not as deep as servers.

Airflow and Cooling

  • Server Cabinet: Features perforated front and rear doors for enhanced ventilation. The perforation is crucial for dissipating the
    significant amount of heat generated by servers.

  • Network Cabinet: Less likely to have perforated doors since the equipment stored inside does not generate as much heat. Doors are often made of glass or sturdy plastic, offering sufficient cooling for less heat-intensive equipment.

How To Select/Chose A Server or Network Cabinet?

Selecting the right Server cabinet or Network cabinet can be a complex task with many options to consider. Hereʼs a simplified guide to help you choose the best cabinet for your needs:

Chose A Server or Network Cabinet

Size Considerations

  • Equipment Storage: Assess the size of the equipment you need to store, including CPUs, servers, network switches, routers, and UPSs.

  • Depth Requirement: Servers generally need more depth, often requiring cabinets that are at least 42 inches deep.

  • Cabling and Power Space: Allow extra space for cabling and power connections.

  • Height and Space Efficiency: For rooms with standard 8-foot ceilings, an 84-inch high cabinet is usually space-efficient. However, for limited spaces, smaller or wall-mounted cabinets may be more suitable.


  • Standard Spacing: The common spacing between rails is 19 inches, a standard for mounting computer equipment.

  • Adjustability: Ensure the rails are adjustable to accommodate different equipment depths, and check the type of mounting holes (12-24, 10-32 tapped, or M6 square hole).


  • Ventilation Needs: Choose door types (perforated, mesh, plexiglass, etc.) based on your equipmentʼs ventilation requirements.

  • Space Considerations: In tight spaces, split doors can be more practical.

  • Security: For security, consider different lock types, including key locks, combination locks, or biometric locks.

Side Panels

  • Optional: Side panels are optional and can be left out in secure data centers unless needed for ventilation control.

Moisture and Dust Resistance

  • NEMA Ratings: Consider cabinets with NEMA ratings for environments with potential exposure to dust, moisture, or other elements.


  • Preassembled vs. Flat-Pack: Decide between preassembled cabinets for convenience or flatpack options for ease of transportation through narrow spaces.

Power Provisioning

  • Power Strips and PDUs: Choose rackmount power strips or PDUs with the necessary outlet counts and features.

  • UPS Placement: Plan for rackmount UPS units, typically placed at the bottom due to their weight.

Cable Management

  • Planning: Pre-plan cable organization using additional organizers and raceways to avoid future disorganization.

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