Supplying Businesses across Canada with Seismic Protection Products & Services

Coast SeismicSafe provides customers across Canada with products and services that mitigate the effects of a seismic event in the workplace.  We are dedicated to putting your mind at ease by protecting “mission critical” equipment in offices, data centers, hospitals, laboratories and warehouses during an earthquake.

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WorkSafe_LogoWorkSafe™ Technologies, the leader in non-structural hazard mitigation, provides Canada with a wide range of innovative and effective products to protect your business during a natural disaster.  Their cornerstone, the cutting edge ISO-Base™ Seismic Isolation Platform is rapidly becoming the industry standard to seismically protect non-structural, sensitive, high value equipment such as IT server racks and telecommunications equipment.

Upsite_Logo_editUpsite® Technologies, the “pioneering company in airflow management solutions”, empowers data center managers to leverage cost savings and improve key elements of operations by regulating and securing airflow. Upsite continues to deliver a series of precision sealing solutions from their award winning, patented LOK Family of Solutions™ including KoldLok®, HotLok® and AisleLok™.

PlenaForm-masthead-logo_editPlenaForm® Systems, manufacturers of the innovative PlenaForm® Baffle System and PlenaFill® Scalable Blanking Panels to solve dynamic thermal imbalances in data centres.

logo_total-source_editTotal Source Manufacturing, a single source solution for disposable apparel, cleanroom supplies, safety supplies, lab supplies and medical supplies to offer an additional suite of data centre products including the convenient CLEANtack™ Straight-Edge Adhesive Mat.

 

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