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ATIS 0600006

Mechanical Structural Issues

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Organization: ATIS
Publication Date: 1 June 2006
Status: inactive
Page Count: 40
scope:

This standard is part of a suite of standards and provides the physical technical requirements for telecommunications equipment systems and assemblies intended for installation in network equipment buildings, equipment areas within buildings, electronic equipment enclosures such as controlled environmental vaults, outside electronic equipment cabinets, and customer locations.

Purpose and Application

The purpose of this standard is to provide equipment manufacturers, service providers, test labs and others with a comprehensive reference of equipment and building requirements and objectives. This standard is to provide technical guidance for the design and construction of mechanical hardware, building related requirements such as floor loading, anchoring, firestopping, raised floors, spatial, frameworks, finishes, and other related "mechanical" topics.

Document History

ATIS 0600006
June 1, 2006
Mechanical Structural Issues
This standard is part of a suite of standards and provides the physical technical requirements for telecommunications equipment systems and assemblies intended for installation in network equipment...
June 1, 2006
Mechanical Structural Issues
This standard is part of a suite of standards and provides the physical technical requirements for telecommunications equipment systems and assemblies intended for installation in network equipment...
June 1, 2006
Mechanical Structure
This standard is part of a suite of standards and provides the physical technical requirements for telecommunications equipment systems and assemblies intended for installation in network equipment...

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