Like a Donkey Between Two Haystacks

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Having been born and raised in the northern climates, for me 80 degrees is hot. So when temperatures soar into the 90’s I really struggle to cope. Bad news is that according to NOAA, we are in store for above average temperatures for the remainder of the summer!

High temperatures are not only uncomfortable for we humanoids, electronics suffer as well. The demand for panel cooling is extensive and my company, EXAIR, produces Cabinet Cooler systems. There in lies my dilemma. I would like to wish for the heat to go away but then that would be wishing ill for my company. I’m like a donkey trying to decide between two hay stacks.

So, I will stay in my air conditioned cubical and calculate cooling requirements for customers. I would welcome the opportunity to assist you with your panel cooling requirements. Give me a call at 1-800-903-9247

Joe Panfalone
Application Engineer
Phone (513) 671-3322
Fax (513) 671-3363
Web: http://www.exair.com
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/exair_jp
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/exair

Old Man Winter is Coming

Whether you use the Farmer’s Almanac, the National Weather Service, or the woolly worm to predict the impending severity of winter, all say that it will begin with cold and snow.

At the Woolly Worm Festival held Oct. 20-21 in downtown Banner Elk , NC, Lickety Split won the string climb. Its bands called for snow and below average temperatures for the first five weeks of winter. The next six weeks will be average to below normal, with unusual cold in the 12th week and more snow predicted for the final week, Festival winners and their predictions have an 84.5 percent accuracy rate.

According to the National Weather Service, October will be cooler than normal, but November and December will be slightly warmer than normal.

Whichever source you subscribe to, we obviously are going to be turning on the heat. When we do that, we dry the air out. One of the symptoms of dry air is static electricity. A static charge within certain production processes can cause multiple problems. Typically EXAIR works with customers who have sensors or counters malfunctioning, printers whose print quality degrades, or managers who call due to the complaints from personnel getting shocked. We also regularly solve new applications which arise. EXAIR has complete product line of static eliminators to help you through the dry winter months.

Give one of our application engineers a call for assistance with your static electricity issues. 1-800-903-9247

Joe Panfalone

Application Engineer
Phone (513) 671-3322
Fax   (513) 671-3363
Web: www.exair.com
Twitter: www.twitter.com/exair_jp
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/exair