Published 11-04-2019
| Article appears in April 2019 Issue

SLIMLINE COOLERS TAKE THE HEAT OFF CONTROL CABINETS

10-04-2019

Particularly in industrial environments, proper thermal management is essential to safeguard the reliable operation of electronic control circuitry. Put simply, you need to keep your control systems cool as you can ill afford electronics overheating and shutting down.

Available now in Australia from Seifert Systems, the SlimLine Series of cabinet coolers features a contemporary low-profile design, with a choice of top- and side-mounted units rated from 320W to 1.5kW.

The German-designed and European-manufactured cabinet air conditioners are based on a filterless maintenance-free design with a reliable rotary piston compressor.

The units are housed in rugged industrial-grade powder-coated mild steel enclosures, sealed to IP54, with stainless-steel versions available for food and pharmaceutical manufacturing environments or for anywhere with a corrosive atmosphere.

All units are factory set to maintain a cabinet temperature of 35°C, regardless of fluctuations in the outside temperature, providing the enclosed circuitry with a stable operating environment. The temperature and alarm settings can be altered using onboard switches, depending on the requirements of the application.

In order to help users to specify the correct unit for any application Seifert has developed the online Cal-Cool-Lator, which makes it easy to calculate the thermal loading of the electronics in any given enclosure, which determines the appropriate cooling capacity required.

Seifert Systems Australia carries a comprehensive range of SlimLine models in mild steel and stainless steel with a wide range of cooling capacities. The company also stocks a large selection of spare parts to support local users.

Seifert Systems
03 9801 1906
www.seifertsystems.com.au

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