When it comes to innovative industrial solutions, EXAIR Corporation is always on the cutting edge. This goes for the company’s lineup of cabinet-cooler systems, including a series of Dual 316 stainless steel cabinet coolers, which offer digital control. The devices can be installed in minutes through a standard electrical knockout.
These coolers offer an inexpensive, reliable means of cooling and purging electronic control panels, by incorporating a vortex tube to create cold air from compressed air without any moving parts.
With exact temperature control
These stainless steel cabinet coolers distinguish themselves from previous EXAIR units with digital Electronic Temperature Control, which offers exact temperature control for electrical enclosures that are monitored constantly by quick-response thermocouples. Another key benefit is corrosion resistance while they keep electrical enclosures cool with air at seven degrees Celsius and maintain the NEMA 4X rating of the enclosure. They also remove heat that may damage internal components.
The EXAIR team recommends these units for many applications in corrosive locations, like cooling control panels in food processing, pharmaceuticals, foundries, and chemical processing. Type 316 stainless steel provides wear, corrosion, and oxidation resistance, resulting in long life and maintenance-free operation in food production, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, the medical field, and other sectors with harsh conditions. Cooling capacities range from 3,400 to 5,600 Btu an hour, and the higher capacities are ideal for heat loads and larger enclosures.
Dual 316 stainless steel cabinet coolers are compliant with the UL and CE safety standards. They are part of EXAIR’s full line of NEMA 12, 4, and 4X cabinet coolers, which range from 275 to 5,600 Btu per hour. EXAIR offers these devices from stock in aluminum and 303 or 316 stainless steel. Also available are Hazardous Location cabinet coolers, also UL-approved, for classified areas that need cooling. This diverse lineup includes non-hazardous purge models, high-temperature models, continuous-operation models, and thermostat-controlled models.
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Based in Cincinnati, EXAIR Corporation has manufactured a broad range of compressed-air-operated products for solutions in industrial plants for close to 40 years.