Technical Articles

Pelonis Technologies, Inc. has published these technical articles:

(Fans and Electronic Cooling)
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With critical features like resistance to temperature extremes, our diverse auto fans have several applications within the automotive industry that already exist and more continue to emerge. As...
(Process Controllers)
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Intelligent Motion Control (IMC) solutions modify the start-up and continuous power in brushless DC fans and blowers. These systems control every element of the equipment's functionality with...
(Process Controllers)
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Automation technology has improved by leaps and bounds recently, allowing manufacturers to more efficiently cut expenses and avoid maintenance delays. In the industrial fan and blower field, recent...
(Fans and Electronic Cooling)
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Ball bearings and sleeve bearings are used extensively in DC fan manufacturing to provide effective cooling solutions. Both have advantages and disadvantages all of which should be considered in the...
(Fans and Electronic Cooling)
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Guidelines for food processing and storage can vary from product to product, but several central tenets govern the proper processing and storage of products intended for human or animal consumption....
(Motor Controls and Drives)
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When businesses install IMCs, they will make their facilities greener and more efficient. Read on to learn about all the different benefits IMCs can bring....
(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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The industrial heating of air and water can be expensive. But you can effectively heat both air and water for industrial applications without breaking the bank. In fact, energy experts at the U.S....
(Fans and Electronic Cooling)
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Adding intelligent motion controls (IMC) to your fan or blower design can maximize your system's performance. There are several types of IMC solutions available to add functionality to your fans and...
(HVAC - Cooling)
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A fan is a key component of any HVAC system. The most common HVAC fans are axial, forward-curved centrifugal, and backward-inclined, and each is uniquely suited to certain purposes. It's important to...
(Fans and Electronic Cooling)
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The direct current fans, or DC fans, are powered with a potential of fixed value such as the voltage of a battery. Typical voltage values for DC fans are, 5V, 12V, 24V and 48V....
(Fans and Electronic Cooling)
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The question of how to provide the best cooling for industrial applications has been around since the earliest days of the industrial revolution. When equipment is functioning at a high level, it...
(Fans and Electronic Cooling)
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This blog post will discuss the four primary benefits offered by electronically commuted fans....
(Motors)
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RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) is a directive from the European Union (EU) that restricts the use of six hazardous materials commonly found in electrical and electronic products. In...
(Heating and Cooling Equipment)
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Positive temperature coefficient (PTC) heaters consist of specialized heating discs built from advanced ceramic materials. These safe, powerful, and energy-efficient heaters allow for exceptional heat...