24" Deep Server Racks & 24" Deep Wallmount Racks


Kendall Howard Server Racks

Kendall Howard Server Rack 

Kendall Howard 24"D Server Racks

Kendall Howard 6U - 16U Server RacksHeightDepth*RailsWidth*
8U Wallmount Rack8U24"19" EIA23"
12U Corner Wallmount Enclosure12U27"19" EIA27"
6U - 42U LINIER Fixed & Swing-out Racks6U to 42U22" to 26"19" EIA23"


Belkin Server Racks

Chatsworth Server Rack 

Chatsworth 24"D Server Racks

Chatsworth CPI Rack EnclosuresHeightDepth*RailsWidth*
Chatsworth CUBE-iT Wallmount Cabinets12U to 40U13" to 30"19" EIA24"


Great Lakes Server Cabinets & Server Enclosures

Great Lakes Server Racks 

Great Lakes 24"D Server Racks

Great Lakes Rack EnclosuresHeightDepth*RailsWidth*
Great Lakes WS-Series11U to 25U24"19" EIA24"
Great Lakes WM-Series12U to 25U18", 24"19" EIA21"
Great Lakes NEMA-Series12U to 26U24"19" EIA24"

APC NetShelter

APC NetShelter Server Rack 

APC NetShelter 24"D Server Rack

APC NetShelter Rack EnclosuresHeightDepth*RailsWidth*
APC NetShelter AR10013U24"19" EIA23"
APC NetShelter AR100HD13U24"19" EIA23"
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Belkin 12U Wall-Mount Enclosure (RK1003)
Belkin 12U Wall-Mount Enclosure (RK1003)
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  • Height: 12U (24" / 610mm)
  • Weight Capacity: -
  • Depth: 24.5" (622mm)
  • Usable Depth: -
  • Width: 21.3" (541mm)
  • Rails: 19" EIA

Plexiglas locking front door, adjustable depth

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Which is the best 24" Depth Rack for me?

Comparing racks can be a daunting task. Even comparing racks with similar dimensions can be like comparing apples to oranges. In addition to your dimensions requirements, please also take into consideration the rack's cooling capabilities and cooling options, compatibility, load capacity, cable management options, rack accessories, rail mounting, and overall rack expandability. For additional help, please contact our expert sales engineers at 1-866-722-5776.

When selecting the depth of your Server Rack you will want to keep in mind what the deepest piece of equipment you will be putting in it, and then leave a couple of inches behind it for running your cables and power cords. Also please keep in mind that the Usable Rack Depth "rail-to-rail" is typically 2" less then the Actual Rack Depth. Depending on your application, requirements, and space limitations, it may be prudent to go with a slightly deeper server rack to account for both the depth of the latest servers and blades sold as well as providing enough additional room for cable management, power strips and power cords.

40" & 42" are the most common server rack depths for data centers & server rooms.

* For ease in comparison, depth and width are shown here with rounded external rack dimensions. To see the specific dimensions, please view the individual rack page.