Custom sheet metal enclosures present unique challenges, and qualifying a custom metal fabricator for your short-list can be difficult. Here is a punch list of questions to ask your potential fabricator around three critical elements for success: Industry Expertise & Proven Success Footprint/Supply Chain Strength In-house Capability Questions to ask on industry expertise & proven
When it comes to data centers, one size does not fit all. Data center needs vary depending on their structure, physical limitations, density requirements and more. Here are four common data center types including onsite, colocation facilities, hyperscale, and edge data centers, as well as their use cases and industry trends. Onsite Data Centers Onsite
Maysteel Industries, LLC, “Maysteel,” is excited to be a Premier Supporting Sponsor at North America Smart Energy Week in Salt Lake City Utah, September 23-25, 2019. This event that started with Solar Power International, and has grown to also include Energy Storage International (ESI), the Smart Energy Marketplace+Microgrid, Hydrogen+Fuel Cells International, and The Technical Symposium.
Energy storage technologies allow us to take energy from water, sunlight, or other sources, store it and later use it on demand. As costs decrease and new technology emerges, energy storage solutions will continue to expand at a rapid pace. We broke down five energy storage technologies in today’s market and advantages and disadvantages to
Maysteel Industries, LLC, “Maysteel,” welcomes Justin DeLany to its team as Director of Program Management. Justin will lead the team’s Allenton, WI and Monterrey, MEX engineering activities, internal engineering projects and New Product Development (NPD) initiatives. Justin brings with him over 20 years of experience across sheet metal fabrication, assembly, transactional process improvement, and operational
As summer temperatures rise, data center operators are hard at work, ensuring data center temperatures remain consistent without raising their energy bills. They are looking for innovative data center cooling systems, monitoring technology, architecture and more. With so many options on the market and many more entering each year, it can be hard to decide
The renewable energy storage market is growing at a rapid pace. According to Utility Dive, Wood MacKenzie predicted that by 2023 the energy storage market in the United States will reach 3.9GW. We’re over halfway through 2019, and here are 5 trends we’ve seen. Trend 1 – Buy Low, Sell High The first trend we’ve
(Allenton, WI) Maysteel Industries, LLC, (“Maysteel”) awarded its flagship “Maysteel Dedication to Manufacturing Excellence” Scholarship to local high school students and celebrated them within its Allenton headquarters. This scholarship is part of Maysteel’s “Maysteel Gives Back” initiative that supports two main focal points: The first is giving back to the communities that support Maysteel’s facilities
Controlling data center cooling costs has been and will continue to be a hot topic for the foreseeable future. Companies are looking to their IT teams to answer the question: How do we continue to improve cooling efficiency without increasing operating costs? Traditional hot and cold aisle configurations, if implemented correctly, improve cooling efficiency, but
With the rise of colocation, enterprise and edge data centers, the requirements for data center racks have changed from being a cabinet that manages equipment to a rack enclosure that can reduce data center operational costs by preserving valuable floor space, optimizing cooling and increasing the efficiency of IT staff. Here are 4 factors that
(La Mirada, CA) DAMAC, a Division of Maysteel, (“DAMAC”), a manufacturer of custom and standard data center infrastructure equipment, is pleased to announce the expansion of its production headquarters in La Mirada, California. This expansion increases the facility from 58,000 sq. ft. to 113,000 sq. ft., and allows DAMAC to streamline its manufacturing processes within
(Allenton, WI) In 2018, Maysteel Industries, LLC, “Maysteel,” redesigned its website to improve user experience for its customers, partners and prospects. In the website’s second phase of improvements, Maysteel successfully migrated its DAMAC Division’s website, DAMAC.com, to Maysteel.com to allow users to view all Maysteel solutions including premium data center products in one digital location.