EXAIR offers free AC sensor with every cabinet cooler systemJune 24, 2020 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Among the popular innovations available from EXAIR Corporation is its line of cabinet coolers, designed to stop electronic-control downtime resulting from heat, dirt, and moisture. The company has a large selection of these units now, available with a special offer: with every purchase of an EXAIR cabinet cooler system, the customer receives a free AC sensor. This way, businesses can cool down their control panels and keep power going in single-point ionizers.
Inexpensive, reliable, and quiet
EXAIR cabinet coolers offer an inexpensive, reliable, and quiet means of cooling and purging NEMA 4, 4X, and 12 electronic control panels. There are models designed for NEMA 4 and 4X hazardous locations too, and every one is available with or without a thermostat. Each model stabilizes enclosure temperature and has no moving parts, which eliminates maintenance. When constant cooling and constant positive purges are desired, continuous-operation units are recommended. Thermostatic models work best when heat loads fluctuate and cooling is not always necessary.
Each cabinet cooler system incorporates a vortex tube to turn compressed air into cold air. A user can install it in mere minutes. The first step is to identify the type of enclosure, which will determine whether to use continuous operation or thermostat control. Then it is necessary to calculate the heat load for the enclosure. EXAIR offers models ranging from 69 to 1,411 kilocalories per hour, and its application engineers can be reached online to assist with finding the right unit. The company also has a convenient sizing guide at this link.
Available for free with every cabinet cooler system, the Model 7929 AC sensor is the perfect way to ensure that power is going into an EXAIR Gen4 single-point ionizer. The tip of the sensor glows bright red and beeps when voltage is present. Users can test wall receptacles, switches, fuses, and junction boxes with the device, and electricity can be located through insulation to find wire breaks far more easily.
To find out how one EXAIR customer used cabinet coolers to solve their overheating issues, read the white paper “Cabinet Coolers End Costly Shutdowns” at this link.