we exceed your expectations.
Premier Solutions Co. has been providing Data Center Maintenance (DCM) since 1997. Our DCM process is a proven & critical decontamination method for data centers that will exceed your expectations. We ensure the elimination of particulates within data centers, computer rooms, IDF and MDF.
Since 1997, Premier Solutions Co. has:
Cleaned 47 mill. square ft. since 1997
Over 10,000 data centers
100K servers, 10K server cabinets annually
1,400 IDF rooms annually
Performed DCM service for:
Data centers/server rooms
Hyper scale centers
Received a 97% excellent rating from clients
98% client retention
Extensive crew training program
Conformed to ASHRAE TC9 specifications
Adhered to 100% uptime
DCM crew possesses unsurpassed knowledge base
Our processes and industry knowledge ensure the elimination of harmful, airborne particulates within your critical IT infrastructure. Premier Solutions Co. understands the critical nature of data center facilities, working safely and effectively in that environment. A critical environment like this demands specialized maintenance skills. Our long-time clients recognize the value of working with a service provider that has the knowledge and experience to do the job correctly and professionally, without fail.
With consolidation, higher server utilization and higher density computing, DCM becomes an important maintenance requirement. In addition, identifying the particulate type will assist in cooling and operational procedures designed to reduce contaminants. Identifying the different types of contaminants and particulates is critical in the data center, due to “cause-effect” solutions requiring the OPS to constantly run at full power. Many contaminants become corrosive due to the humidity in the room.
Are capable of inflicting intermittent or permanent damage to equipment,
Have the ability to migrate into different areas, causing widespread damage,
Can accumulate in large abundance and work their way into the entire room due to recycling air,
Can be gaseous, or composed of carbon, construction or fiber
ASHRAE TC9 provides a parameter for the amount of contaminants to be allowed per square foot via ISO 14464-1 class 8.
Continuing Data Center Maintenance
*Four percent of the average IT budget goes to maintenance with most predictable cost structures and OPEX. The cost of a preventative maintenance program is a fraction of your IT budget and the cost of physical equipment.*
Why Clean Servers?
Particulates are moved at high velocity into the intake of the servers with a low percentage making it out the vent. Cleaning the faceplate and rear or side vent of the server should occur two or three times annually.
Caring for the Data Center
Utilize clean step mats at doorways
Clean CRAC unit filters
Use particle testing as a gauge of environment condition
Close off server cabinet cut outs
Have delaminated or trip tiles replaced
Place perforated tiles in cold aisle/front of cabinet
Inspect water cooling units regularly
Disallow cardboard and pallets in the data center
Removal and repair of sub floor corrosives
Clean cabinets and hardware twice annually. Dust can create an “insulative layer” that will lead to heat-related failures
Clean sub floor twice annually
ASHRAE/SUN MICROSYSTEMS/Premier Solutions Co.