EXAIR Corporation offers an unsurpassed selection of compressed-air equipment and other industrial solutions, including a line of cabinet cooler systems for electrical enclosures. Now, the company offers custom cabinet coolers that can be tailored to offer cooling within enclosures in various environments, including NEMA 12, NEMA 4, NEMA 4X, and hazardous locations.
Among the possible types of customization for these cooling units are specific Btu/hour values ranging from 275 to 5,600 and adaptations for environments with temperatures as high as 93 degrees Celsius.
No maintenance required at all
In addition, these custom cabinet coolers can be designed with a variety of different materials, such as aluminum and Type 303 or 316 stainless steel to resist corrosive conditions. EXAIR recommends a Non-Hazardous Purge option for dirty and dusty environments; this unit will create a positive pressure inside the cabinet, in order to keep dirt and debris from entering the control panel. Other possibilities include settings to maintain a specific cabinet temperature, special coatings, materials that withstand high temperatures, special cold-air distribution kits, and other options.
Cabinet coolers provide an inexpensive means of purging and cooling electrical control panels. They can convert an ordinary supply of compressed air into cold air at minus six degrees Celsius with no refrigerants. This cold air is circulated throughout an enclosure to eliminate control shutdown and any heat damage. Among the applications for EXAIR custom cabinet coolers are cooling such units as PLCs, microprocessors, variable frequency drives, industrial computers, and robotics.
Users can easily install EXAIR’s compact cabinet coolers in mere minutes through a standard electrical knockout hole, and they can minimize use of compressed air with an optional thermostat control. Two more key advantages of these units: no moving parts to wear out, and no maintenance required at all. These systems are also fully compliant with international safety standards, including UL in the United States and CE in Europe.
Prices for EXAIR cabinet-cooler systems begin at US$492.
Based in Cincinnati, EXAIR has designed, manufactured, and supplied industrial compressed-air equipment since 1983. Among the options available are air guns, static eliminators, nozzles, vacuum generators, and more.