I was once told that the people of Russia have historically migrated to colder regions, despite other people of the world doing the exact opposite. I’m not sure how true that is, but I am sure that many parts of the vast countryside experience some extremely cold temperatures.
One of our Russian distributors exchanges emails with me regularly and will normally ask about the sunshine here in Ohio. They will tease me in the summer when it is 35°C (95°F) in Cincinnati, but I have my turn in the winter when it is -10°C (14°F) in St. Petersburg.
And, even though the temperatures drop below freezing for months on end, there are still overheating conditions of the electrical enclosures in industrial facilities. Because of this, I stay in constant contact about heat load calculations and installation setups.
The best tool for determining heat load of an application, and suitability of an EXAIR Cabinet Cooler, is the Cabinet Cooler Sizing Guide. If the dropping temperatures outside aren’t carrying over to your electrical device enclosures inside, send in a Cabinet Cooler Sizing Guide and an EXAIR Application Engineer will perform the calculations for you.