Since 1956, Kooltronic has developed innovative cooling and ventilation solutions to improve the efficiency and reliability of electronic components and help companies avoid the risk of costly downtime. We offer an extensive selection of NEMA-rated, UL Listed enclosure cooling products (available in various sizes, capacities, and mounting configurations) as well as custom design services. Our products are designed and manufactured under rigorous quality standards at our state-of-the-art facility which has been certified to the ISO 9001:2015 Standard by DQS, Inc.
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Moisture and electricity are a bad combination. Action needs to be taken to ensure dry operating conditions within your electrical enclosure or control panel. This video provides safe and efficient practices for mitigating humidity and condensation in enclosure cooling applications.
A closed-loop cooling system maintains the optimal temperature within a sealed enclosure while keeping out warmer ambient air, humidity, dust, and other airborne contaminants. By circulating cool, clean air within an electrical enclosure (and through heat-producing elements), closed-loop cooling systems help to protect sensitive electronic components, and prolong their lifespan.
Chemical factories, wastewater treatment plants, and water treatment facilities usually employ processes that result in chemical by-products such as chlorine or hydrogen sulfide gas. When combined with constant moisture, these contaminants create a highly toxic environment that quickly deteriorates metal enclosures (and the equipment within), forcing early repairs or expensive replacement.
The ideal solution usually involves using an enclosure air conditioner or heat exchanger with a closed-loop cooling design. Closed-loop cooling devices consist of two separate circulation systems within a single unit. One system recirculates clean cooling air through the electronics within the sealed enclosure while the other discharges the heat removed from the cabinet.
Using ambient air for cooling an electrical enclosure is a straightforward practice. Factors such as heat load, static pressure, and ambient air temperature all play a part in selecting the right enclosure cooling solution. But which product is best for any given application - a fan or blower? Learn more in this video.