Debunking 4 Air to Air Heat Exchanger Myths

Debunking_X_Air_to_Air_Heat_Exchanger_Myths.jpgAlthough air to air heat exchangers have been around for many years, there are misconceptions about how they work and why they are so useful. Many are skeptical about this form of cooling and feel that it’s no better than fan-assisted cooling or natural ventilation. The truth is air to air heat exchangers are a viable alternative to other cooling solutions. Here are a few myths that are commonly mentioned.

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Understanding Air to Air Heat Exchangers for Enclosure Cooling

Understanding_Air_to_Air_Heat_Exchangers_for_Enclosure_Cooling.pngAn air to air heat exchanger has the unique ability to cost effectively deliver convection cooling to heat producing electrical equipment with the advantages of a closed-loop cooling system. The closed-loop design cools and recirculates the air inside the electrical enclosure, while isolating electrical components from environments that pose contaminant problems.

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Why it Pays to Use Air to Air Heat Exchangers

Why it Pays to Use Air to Air Heat ExchangersIn the world of industrial cabinet cooling, air to air heat exchangers may seem like the odd duck. Most engineers, designers and plant operators know that filtered fans or air conditioners can be great solutions to maintaining cool temperatures in electrical enclosures, but many may not understand the unique benefits of air to air heat exchangers, including the significant cost savings.

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When You Should Choose an Air to Air Heat Exchanger

When You Should Choose an Air to Air Heat ExchangerAn air to air heat exchanger is an excellent enclosure cooling choice that outperforms conventional filtered fan solutions yet is more economical than enclosure air conditioning. The low power consumption coupled with excellent heat removal capabilities make it a good option for cooling remote electrical enclosures, and its low noise levels means that air to air heat exchangers can be placed in quiet areas.

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Steps to Take When Inspecting a Thermal Edge Unit

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Thermal Edge supplies three different types of enclosure cooling equipment:

Filtered fan packages

Air-to-air heat exchangers

Enclosure air conditioners

In order to ensure proper operation, these devices should be inspected periodically. Here are ten simple steps to take to check that your cooling equipment is working correctly. These checks should be carried out by someone who is competent to work inside electrical enclosures. Refer to equipment manuals as necessary, and keep a record of findings for future reference.

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What Features Should You Look for in an Air to Air Heat Exchanger?

What_Features_Should_You_Look_for_in_an_Air_to_Air_Heat_ExchangerAn air to air heat exchanger will provide efficient closed-loop enclosure cooling at a fraction of the cost of an enclosure air conditioner. It’s an ideal solution for low and medium heat loads where it’s necessary to use a sealed enclosure to protect equipment from dust, dirt, and pollution.

Before purchasing an enclosure air to air heat exchanger or a similar closed-loop cooling product, here are some key features you should consider. Continue reading

Preventative Maintenance for Electrical Enclosure Heat Exchangers

 

Enclosure-air-to-air-heat-exchanger-maintenanceEnclosure heat exchangers are excellent cooling system solutions for many industrial applications. Because they use ambient air and require very little electricity, they are one of the most energy efficient systems available. Using a closed loop heat exchanger system also has the advantage of keeping outside dirt and other contaminants away from sensitive electronics.

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How Air to Air Heat Exchangers Will Cut Industrial Enclosure Energy Costs

 

enclosure-air-to-air-heat-exchanger-cut-costsCooling an electrical enclosure can get expensive, especially if you need a year-round solution that constantly operates. Although some applications require an air conditioner to adequately cool an electrical enclosure, in many cases, air to air heat exchangers are a more cost-effective solution.

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