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EXAIR dual high-temperature cabinet coolers

EXAIR Corporation manufactures and supplies a wealth of industrial compressed-air solutions unlike the lineup of any other organization across North America. The portfolio includes a broad range of cabinet-cooler systems – including a series of dual high-temperature cabinet coolers, which come highly recommended for large electrical enclosures and high heat loads.

The manufacturer is currently offering these units, along with other cabinet coolers, in a special promotion: customers can get a free Model 7929 AC sensor with every purchase.

Ideal for harsh environments

Dual high-temperature cabinet coolers are designed to purge and cool overheated electrical control panels in harsh environments, as hot as 93 degrees Celsius. Standard cabinet coolers keep electrical enclosures cool with air as low as minus seven degrees Celsius, which prevents high-temperature malfunctions while protecting sensitive electronics from hot, dirty locations like foundries, glass plants, steel mills, and similar examples.

Among the applications for which these cabinet-cooler systems are recommended are variable frequency drives, programmable controllers, industrial computers, motor controls, microprocessors, and robotics. Up to 5,600 British thermal units per hour, the high cooling capacity is perfect for high heat loads and larger enclosures. EXAIR also offers models with lower cooling capacities for NEMA 12, 4, and 4X enclosures.

Each cabinet cooler incorporates a vortex tube, which cools ordinary compressed air to cold air without using any refrigerants. The unit mounts through a standard electrical knockout as it maintains the NEMA 12, 4, or 4X rating of the enclosure. Use of compressed air is minimized by systems with thermostat controls, which maintains a temperature setting of roughly plus or minus one degree Celsius in the enclosure. An automatic drain filter separator makes sure that no moisture passes to the inside of the electrical enclosure, and there are no moving parts to wear out.

The Model 7929 AC sensor gives users the ideal way to make sure power is going into a Gen4 single-point ionizer. The tip glows bright red and beeps when voltage is present. This unit can test wall receptacles, switches, fuses, and junction boxes.

Headquartered in Cincinnati, EXAIR has manufactured and supplied compressed-air equipment since 1983.


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Posted by Exair Corporation


EXAIR’s compressed air products are designed to improve the overall efficiency of your operations. Intelligent Compresse... Read more

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