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PROLINE™ Server Cabinet

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The passively cooled PROLINE™ Server Cabinet has a front viewing window and a wheeled base for application mobility and repositioning.


• Front window door with key lock and vents offers visibility and ventilation
• Open base with casters and levelers
• Fully perforated rear door provides excellent ventilation, keeping equipment cool and extending its life
• 2000-mm tall cabinets have split rear perforated doors
• Both front and rear doors have lockable handles
• Quick-release latches on side panels provide easy service access
• Fully perforated top cover with two cable entry ports for easy access and service
• Mounting channels (6) provide infinite front-to-back adjustment of rack angles
• Rack angles are coated with black polyester powder paint
• Meets industry testing standards criteria
• Mounting hardware (20 each of screws and cage nuts) is included


• 16 or 14 gauge steel doors, sides and cover
• Fully welded 12 gauge steel frame
• L-shaped rack angles (4) have square holes with EIA 310-D spacing
• Anti-tip angle made of heavy-gauge steel included


Pretreated steel coated with RAL 7035 light-gray or RAL 9005 black textured, low-gloss polyester powder paint. Other finishes available—contact Hoffman Customer Service.

Industry Standards

EIA 310-D

Load Rating

Static Load Rating: 2500 lb. (1134 kg)
A cabinet has a static load when:
• it is in its final, permanent, fully secured location
• its levelers are fully extended
• the anti-tip bracket is installed
• its load is uniformly applied to the two sets of rack-mounting angles, and
• the casters are not supporting any load (use the casters only to move the cabinet to its final location before loading)
Never move a cabinet with its maximum static load applied.
Contact Hoffman if further information is needed.

Casters Maximum Load: 1000 lb. (453 kg)
Exercise care when using casters to move the cabinet. Do not use casters to move a cabinet with more than 1000 lb. (453 kg) load. Avoid tipping and damage to the cabinet and its contents by slowly moving the cabinet on its casters across smooth, flat flooring. Avoid obstructions such as:
• large cracks
• floor displacement
• seams
• gravel
Never use casters while transporting a cabinet by truck on roadways.
Contact Hoffman if further information is needed.