EXAIR VIDEO: Protect Sensitive Electronics from Overheating

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Without adequate protection, summer heat can quickly overcome electronic controls.

EXAIR's Cabinet Cooler Systems protect sensitive electronics from summer heat.

EXAIR's Cabinet Cooler Systems protect sensitive electronics from summer heat.

...it may be tempting to simply open the enclosure door and turn on a fan but this will only create a new set of problems.

Summer’s heat continues to bake most of the United States. In hot factory conditions, it is vital to protect workers from dangerous heat stress. A worker’s equipment can experience heat related problems as well. Overheating can cause faulty instrument readings, tripped breakers, and fried circuit boards. To cool control panels down, it may be tempting to simply open the enclosure door and turn on a fan but this will only create a new set of problems. The fan will blow hot, humid, dirty factory air onto sensitive circuitry. The open panel door is also an OSHA violation because of the shock hazard it creates in the workplace.

To avoid costly downtime and long term damage to sensitive circuitry, EXAIR offers a complete line of Cabinet Cooler® Systems. They convert a factory’s regular compressed air supply into clean, cold 20°F air. Cabinet Cooler Systems mount in minutes through an ordinary electrical knockout and have no moving parts to wear out. They have met the stringent requirements for UL Listing and international CE Compliance. Compressed air filtration is included with the Cabinet Cooler System to keep water, oil, and other contaminants out of the control panel enclosure. Pricing starts at only $252.00.

For 28 years, EXAIR Corporation has manufactured compressed air-operated products to solve problems in industrial plants. EXAIR's product line includes Vortex Tubes and applied products utilizing Vortex Tubes, Air Amplifiers, Air Knives, air-operated vacuums and ionizing products for static elimination.

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