A variety of Panel Air-conditioners, Air-to-air heat exchangers, water chillers, oil chillers, coolant chillers, refrigerator compressed air dryers for CNC machine tools, CIM/CAM systems, industrial devices, Robots, Material Handling systems, Control panels and automation equipments are available.
Panel Air conditioners are designed to be used in electrical and electronic panels. They aesthetically integrate into the assembly to maintain temperature stability and control as well as dust and humidity protection, for normal operation of sensitive electronic equipment without unwanted interruption. The Turbo model is designed to provide ‘high sensible heat removal’ in electrical and electronic models with normal thermal load fluctuations.
Air Flow: Two independent air circuits, the internal circuit circulates cool air in the panel and the external air circuit dissipates extracted heat to the atmosphere (special ductable models available to expel condenser hot air to other locations)
Cooling Circuit: Includes sealed compressor, metering device and associated refrigeration equipment
Drain Pipe: To remove moisture / condensate in the panel.
Alarm: Where required, potential free output for High Temperature Alarm can be provided with electronic temperature controller at no extra cost.
Air-to-Air heat exchangers are ideal for situations where the electronic controls operate at a temperature differential slightly above the ambient. In such cases, Advance air-toair heat exchangers can be used to dissipate heat from inside the enclosure to the outside temperature.
The heat exchanger attaches directly to the panel and circulates two totally seperate air streams, sealed from each other, in two sets of channels formed from thin gauge aluminium. The internal stream picks up the component heat from top and travels downwards through one set of channels. The external stream trvels upwards through the other set and cools the internal stream without mixing, through the thin aluminium wall of channels. The rate of heat transfer can be as high as 100 watts/kelvin. Thus heat is transferred from the interior of the panel at a high rate, without introduction of dust, moisture or fume laden outside air.