Monthly Archives: October 2010

Cablefloor

Hi Everyone, and welcome back.  In our last issue, you were introduced to our latest product on the market – Replay 4, the world’s fastest and easiest back-up and disaster recovery software for Windows Application Servers. This month, we are looking at another of the superior products that SMB Services Limited has offered to the market, and which was highlighted and showcased at TIC 2010 – Cablefloor.  So, for those of you who missed seeing it then, and to refresh the memories of those of you who had the opportunity to, please read below for more product information.

Cablefloor

Cablefloor is the most advanced, practical and cost effective way to distribute and organize all electronic cabling systems in the modern day workplace.

Cablefloor’s low-profile design increases floor height to only 2½” (6.4cm).  Then, when you want to access cabling or connectivity, you can easily remove the 2’x2′ (60cm) panels located in a continuous grid throughout the floor plan.  So, electric cabling structure can be reconfigured, serviced or upgraded in a fraction of the time required by conventional cable management methods. Access floor cable management outperforms any other method by allowing easy access to all wiring and connectivity.  Cablefloor’s patented design allows installation without building alterations in half the time needed for other access floor products.

Unlike traditional access floors, Cablefloor has a frequency of support cyclinders (pictured below) that creates a continuous grid of cable raceways for truly organized systems.  In addition, the floor wide interconnection  of all cyclinders, the low centre of gravity and the strong connection of access panel-to-base and base-to-subfloor create the most stable and quiet subfloor available.  Most people won’t even know its there.

Here’s a breakdown of how the floor works according to the alphabetical labeling pictured above:

A. Cable Bridges – provide horizontal separation of non-compatible services at intersections

B. Cable Raceways – provide ideal organisation and separation of services throughout floor plan

C. Screws and Nylon Clamps – speed up installation by securing corners of four adjacent panels

D. Modular – carpet or other modular finished floor products can be installed over Cablefloor for easy access to panels

E. Access Panels – are nominally 2’x2′ (60cm) square and ¾” (18mm) thick. They are milled from TEC 3000™ and moisture resistant fiber cement composite

F. Only 2½” (63mm) in height, Cablefloor is one of the lowest profile access floor systems available

G. Modular Base System – molded from fire-rated polyproplyene, delivered in 1 square yard (.836sq. m) sections, snaps together for speedy installation, forming an interconnected grid of support cylinders.

H. Support Cylinders – spaced on 6″ (15cm) centres provide tremendous weight bearing capacity.  Partition walls may be built directly over Cablefloor

I. Cable Tie Points – molded to base, straps secure cable bundles on primary service runs. Ramps are 42″W (107cm) and 30″D (76cm) and are the shortest ADA-compliant ramps available.  They can be ganged together or trimmed in the field to adjust to opening size.

Installation can be done over any reasonably level, solid surface.  In effect, Cablefloor provides the key to flexible, adaptive work environments by housing all electric systems.

For more information, you can contact us here

October Quick Tip – How to Delay/Schedule Outlook Email Delivery

Some of you may be in the habit of sending emails at different times of the day or night based on the project you are working on and its urgency.

Problem – The time that your email is being sent will always be seen by the recipient, and in some industries, this can be viewed as very dedicated or very unprofessional>

There are two solutions to this problem:

Manual – Save the email to your drafts folder and (hopefully) remember to open it and send in the morning

Automatic – Let Outlook send it automatically for you.  Here are the steps on how to do this:

– After you have finished composing your email, do not click on send, yet
– In Outlook 2010/2007 – click options and then click “delay delivery” (on the ribbon) to display the message options screen
– In other versions of Outlook – click options on the toolbar to display the message options screen
– Under delivery options, tick the “Do not deliver before” and fill in the relevant date and time
– click close
– Now click send

Your email will be moved to your Outbox but will not be sent out until after the first time (after your set time) that Outlook does a send and receive.

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