Enclosure cooling units are lightweight air conditioning units designed for IT and electrical cabinets. They're ideal for demand-orientated climate control in small spaces and operate with high energy efficiency.
How do enclosure cooling units work?
Enclosure cooling units are used for cooling down small enclosures and panels where heat generated by electrical devices would otherwise build up. They allow heat to be evacuated from electrical equipment cabinets and are nanoceramic coated for use without a filter in dry, dusty environments. This allows lengthy intervals to be left between cleans. Enclosure cooling units have very few moving parts, helping to reduce vibration, and are fitted with separate internal and external circuit protection.
Types of enclosure cooling units
Enclosure cooling units are available in roof or side-mount designs. Eco-mode units use intelligent operating systems, stopping and starting fans as required to maintain accurate temperatures while reducing energy use. They can achieve high accuracy and low power consumption with minimum moving parts, increasing the lifespan of the unit and reducing maintenance needs.