EXAIR’s Cabinet Cooler® Systems Withstand Every Environment

EXAIR’s second product to win Plant Engineering Magazine’s Gold Award for Product of the Year is EXAIR’s Dual 316 Stainless Steel Cabinet Cooler System.

EXAIR Cabinet Cooler Systems are used continuously in some of Industry’s harshest environment to protect crowded, overheated, and expensive electronic controls from heat failures and alarms.  Dual 316 Stainless Steel Cabinet Cooler Systems provide 5,600 BTU/HR of cooling through (2) electrical knockouts and a compressed air line.  The 316 Stainless Steel NEMA 4X Cabinet Cooler Systems are UL Listed for wash down environments for food service and pharmaceutical application.

Fans, air conditioners, and heat exchanges use ambient air and are susceptible to failure from dusty environments when the filters clog or mechanical components fail.  With no refrigerant, motors, or bearings, Cabinet Cooler Systems require no maintenance and can run for years or decades. Cabinet Cooler Systems prevent downtime on the most critical components in your facility.

These coolers are used to protect the most sensitive electrical components in the United States.  A customer disposes of chemical weapons and monitors the exhaust gases of their facility with electronic components mounted to the outside of the smoke stack. This enclosure is exposed to the elements and the heat of the desert sun. Any failure or alarm in the equipment forces the process to shutdown.  A Stainless Steel Cabinet Cooler System protects these electrical components from overheating.

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Stainless Steel Cabinet Cooler Systems have been used on ships, power plants, medical device manufacturing facilities, and bakeries to keep heat out of their enclosures.  They also feature an added benefit that fans, air conditioner and heat exchangers don’t.  The EXAIR Cabinet Cooler Systems apply a positive pressure to the enclosure to push out any dust that may otherwise gather inside your cabinet.  This positive pressure improves air flow and limits dust building up on electrical components.  When dust collects on components, it acts as an insulator trapping the heat against your critical controllers.  This trapped heat can lead to premature failure even with sufficient cooling inside the enclosure.

As this spring heats up and summer begins, keep the Cabinet Cooler System in mind as great solution to your over heating issues.

Dave Woerner
Application Engineer
Davewoerner@EXAIR.com
@EXAIR_DW

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