FTI Real Estate Data Center Annapolis, Maryland
Data Center Decomissioning
Overview:Decommissioned Data Center. Iron Flag Power Systems (IFPS) purchased, de-installed and removed the equipment specified below.
(3) Diesel generators
- (2) 750kw Generac Diesel Generators
- (1) 300kw Generac Diesel Generator (SN – 2095990)
- Associated ATS’s
- Removed electrical feeds and distribution associated with generators.
(4) APC Uninterruptible Power Supplies
- All associated batteries, racks, MBP cabinets
(6) Liebert 30T CRAC units
- Liebert Model – DH380AUAA00
(8) PDI PDU’s 75kva
- Model – PP13-4-075-G-641
Raised Access Flooring including understructure
- Approximately 5k sq ft.
Server racks left on raised floor area.
All electrical data center distribution associated with the generators, UPS’s, PDU’s, CRAC units, ATS, transformers, and other removed data center equipment.
- Distribution switchgear, sub-panels, panel boards, motor control cabinets, Automatic Transfer Switches, MBP, transformers and / or any other electrical switchgear and equipment directly associated with data center equipment being removed.
- See asset list addendum for more detail
All electrical feeds: AC wire associated with all electrical distribution (switchgear), Generators, ATS’s, UPS’s, AC’s, PDU’s, Transformers and data center equipment being removed.
Asset Disconnect & Removal Scope of work:
Iron Flag Power Systems completed the following scope of work. Electrically & mechanically disconnected, de-installed and removed the assets listed.
- General building electrical and cooling service were protected from damage and left in working order
- Orderly electrical shut-down, de-energize and safe off panels and switchgear
- Orderly removed gen-sets and ancillary equipment and systems, including evacuation of diesel fuel
- Orderly removed CRACs – evacuated refrigerants
- Orderly removed all lead acid batteries
- Ensured the proper disposition of materials to include documented compliance with all state, federal, and local environmental laws and regulations,
- Ensured the safe removal, transport, and handling of materials to licensed recycling operations.
- Entire facility, including the generator yard and rooftop, was broom swept.
- HVAC water piping and electrical conduit was not be removed by IFPS
IFPS provided insurance, and was responsible for collecting the insurance of all sub-contractors.
IFPS removed, packaged, transported and disposed of hazardous material according to local state and federal requirements. IFPS provided trash disposal, equipment for removal, and trucks for freight. Electrical feeders, and copper piping associated with the data center were removed and recycled. Equipment was purchased in “as is” condition with no warranty expressed or implied.
Client ensured all equipment/material is free from any liens and/or encumbrances. IFPS was not responsible for any electrical or mechanical retrofit or reinstallation of any equipment to the current facility. Work was performed during normal business hours.
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Q: What if my generator isn’t in working condition?
A: We can still make you an offer – we’ll just have a few extra questions to ask you.
Q: What geographic area do you serve?
A: We’ll pick up generators anywhere in the United States, and possibly more.
Q: My generator is in a hard to reach space (like a roof or basement) – are you still interested?
A: Yes! We accept your challenge and will move and load the generator as part of our all-inclusive service.