Electrical Enclosure Heating
Unless you are lucky enough to live and work in a tropical location, it’s a pretty safe bet that your application will require additional heating. The enclosures that house your delicate and essential electrical equipment need a little extra help staying warm during frigid winter months. Temperatures as low as negative 60 degrees Fahrenheit are
Explosions and fires occur frequently on industrial and manufacturing properties. They cause damage to equipment, harm employees and result in property damage and loss of profits. According to the most recent findings by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) an average of 37,000 fires occur at industrial and manufacturing properties every year. These incidences resulted
what is enclosure cooling
The use of enclosure coolers has grown exponentially due to the demands created by higher cabinet heat loads associated with more sophisticated electrical equipment. In an attempt to lower costs, manufacturers placed equipment closer to the plant, exposing it to harsher environments. Before the invention of enclosure coolers in the 1960s, electrical enclosures relied solely
enclosure air conditioner maintenance
How can I tell if my enclosure cooling isn’t working? Are there signs that my panel cooler is malfunctioning? Will I be able to tell that my equipment is too hot? Am I using the right equipment for my space? Symptoms of Poor Enclosure Cooling Below is a comprehensive list of tell-tale signs your enclosure

Condensate Elimination

One of the biggest problems with compressor based Enclosure Air Conditioners is the condensate that escapes these units and ends up in buckets or on the floor of your shop. Our line of Delta-T Air Conditioners solves this problem with our Condensate Elimination design. Check out this video to see how we do it!