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Installation Guide

OceanStor 5000, 5000F, 6000, and 6000F V5 Series V500R007

This document is applicable to OceanStor 5110 V5, 5110F V5, 5300 V5, 5300F V5, 5500 V5, 5500F V5, 5600 V5, 5600F V5, 5800 V5, 5800F V5, 6800 V5, and 6800F V5 storage systems. It describes hardware installation of those storage systems for helping you easily and quickly finish the installation.
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Particle Contaminants

Particle Contaminants

Particle contaminants and other negative environmental factors (such as abnormal temperature and humidity) may expose IT equipment to a higher risk of corrosive failure. This section specifies the limitation on particle contaminants with the aim of avoiding such risks.

The concentration level of particle contaminants in a data center should meet the requirements listed in the white paper entitled Gaseous and Particulate Contamination Guidelines for Data Centers published in 2011 by the American Society of Heating Refrigerating and Air-conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) Technical Committee (TC) 9.9.

ASHRAE, affiliated to International Organization for Standardization (ISO), is an international organization operated for the exclusive purpose of advancing the arts and sciences of heating, ventilation, air-conditioning, and refrigeration (HVAC & R). The Gaseous and Particulate Contamination Guidelines for Data Centers is widely accepted, which is prepared by the members of ASHRAE TC 9.9, AMD, Cisco, Cray, Dell, EMC, Hitachi, HP, IBM, Intel, Seagate, SGI, and Sun.

According to the guidelines, particle contaminants in a data center shall reach the cleanliness of ISO 14644-1 Class 8:

  • Each cubic meter contains no more than 3,520,000 particles that are greater than or equal to 0.5 μm.
  • Each cubic meter contains no more than 832,000 particles that are greater than or equal to 1 μm.
  • Each cubic meter contains no more than 29,300 particles that are greater than or equal to 5 μm.

It is recommended that you use an effective filter to process air flowing into the data center as well as a filtering system to periodically clean the air already in the data center.

ISO 14644-1, Cleanrooms and Associated Controlled Environments - Part 1: Classification of Air Cleanliness, is the primary global standard on air cleanliness classification. Table 4-9 specifies the air cleanliness classification by particle concentration.

Table 4-9 Air cleanliness classification by particle concentration of ISO 14644-1 and maximum allowable concentrations (particles/m3) for particles

ISO Class

Particle Size

≥ 0.1 μm

Particle Size

≥ 0.2 μm

Particle Size

≥ 0.3 μm

Particle Size

≥ 0.5 μm

Particle Size

≥ 1 μm

Particle Size

≥ 5 μm

Class 1

10

2

-

-

-

-

Class 2

100

24

10

4

-

-

Class 3

1000

237

102

35

8

-

Class 4

10,000

2,370

1,020

352

83

-

Class 5

100,000

23,700

10,200

3,520

832

29

Class 6

1,000,000

237,000

102,000

35,200

8,320

293

Class 7

-

-

-

352,000

83,200

2930

Class 8

-

-

-

3,520,000

832,000

29300

Class 9

-

-

-

-

8,320,000

293000

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Updated: 2019-07-11

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