Decontamination Cleaning Services
Data Centers, MDF Closets, IDF Closets, Cleanrooms, Labs, Command Centers, Switch, Battery, Chiller, Generator Rooms, and other critically-controlled environments
Ongoing maintenance cleaning customized to your site’s needs and requirements.
- Sub-Floor Cleaning
- Ceiling Plenum Cleaning
- Raised Floor Surface Cleaning
- Exterior Server Cabinet Cleaning
- Interior Server Cabinet Cleaning
- Post-Construction Cleaning
- ESD Conductive Floor Cleaning
- Concrete Sealing
- Continuous Maintenance Programs
- Custom Maintenance Plans
- Zinc Whisker Remediation
- Testing and Contamination Control Monitoring
- Consulting and Assessment Services
- Emergency Services
Precision Cleaning Services
The sub-floor is one of the more sensitive and critical areas of any raised floor data center. A scheduled cleaning is recommended to keep contaminates (debris and dust particles) from recycling through the plenum to hardware intakes.
Raised Floor Surface Cleaning
A clean floor doesn't just look good, it maximizes your up-time by ensuring that static will dissipate properly throughout the data center environment. Dirt attracted to the floor acts as an insulator, preventing proper static discharge. Regular cleaning will eliminate and inhibit buildup from foot traffic, installations and de-installations.
Ceiling Plenum Cleaning
Ceiling panels are hotspots for damaging dust and debris. Minimize airborne contaminants and their impact on your most sensitive equipment with regular cleaning and decontamination services in the inner ceiling plenum.
Exterior and Interior Server Cabinet Cleaning
Extremely susceptible to the accumulation of microscopic particles, gasses, ferrous metals and static-charged dust, a thorough and regular cleaning is necessary for sensitive electronic equipment to remain protected.
Serving a Wide Range of Critically-Controlled Environments
Data Centers, Server Rooms, and other High-Tech Environments
Laboratories, Test Chambers, and other Sensitive, Sterile Environments
Specialized Cleaning Services
Zinc Whisker Remediation
Shedding from the back and the under structure of subfloor panels, whiskers of zinc are known to go airborne and can wreak havoc on equipment circuits. Neutralizing zinc is necessary to prevent electrical shorts and involves a strategic process.
A professional cleaning is necessary to ensure your new or renovated data area is free from potential contaminants. Before commencing crucial operations a detailed, multi-layer decontamination is required for an optimal hardware environment.
Close the door on corrosive concrete dust by having all your subfloor concrete safely sealed. A thorough process that includes a precision cleaning of all concrete, sealing is non-toxic and requires no downtime.
The Value of Working With MCS
Adherence to Industry Standards
- ISO 14644 (Formerly Federal Regulation 209B)
- American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE)
- Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology (IEST)
Testing and Contamination Control Monitoring
MCS's services include assessing critical environments with international cleanroom standards for safety and operation.
All vacuums used are of ULPA filtration (Ultra Low Penetration Air) 99.999% efficiency on 0.12 microns, compatible with Class 10 cleanroom conditions. Static free (EDS Safe), EMI and RFI shielded with suppression of electro-magnetic interference below the Class B limits for computers and computing devices.
Continuous Maintenance Programs and Custom Maintenance Plans
We offer cost-effective, customized solutions based on your unique facility, equipment and goals. Our goal is to prevent downtime and maximize efficiency when planning frequency, services and product choices.
Consulting and Assessment Services
Tap into years of experience and expertise by allowing us to audit your facility and equipment and recommend best practices for achieving best results. With inspection, scientific testing, and a solution-focused approach, we provide you with the knowledge you need to move forward in optimizing your data center.
To properly assess the needs of your data center or cleanroom, we must first begin with a thorough inspection of the data center or cleanroom. This walk-through inspection is used to identify possible areas of concern and any potential contributors to problems. This helps to narrow or focus on what matters to your specific environment.