5 Unique Considerations for Electrical Enclosures in Water Treatment

Water treatment plants represent an unusual combination of predictable and somewhat unpredictable conditions that result in a hostile environment for electrical equipment. Although there are similarities between potable and wastewater treatment, the added hazards of human and industrial waste mean that environmental conditions at wastewater treatment plants are more difficult.

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How VFD Heat Dissipation Affects Cooling in Electrical Enclosures

When installing a variable frequency drive (VFD) into an electrical enclosure, careful consideration needs to be given to the much higher heat losses of VFDs compared to other items of electrical equipment. This will have a direct impact on the total heat load of the electrical enclosure and the capacity and method of cooling to be adopted. Other factors to consider are the position of the VFD inside the enclosure as well as an assessment of the maximum allowed operating temperature of the VFD.

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Keeping your Telecom Cabinet Cooling System in Top Shape

Global demand for dependable telecommunications continues to rise. Whether for work or play, consumers and businesses rely heavily on telecom equipment for communications, electronic transactions and trading.

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10 FAQs about Enclosure Cooling for Water Treatment, Answered

Installing an enclosure cooling solution for a water or wastewater treatment plant will protect valuable electrical equipment and prevent the breakdown of critical operations.

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How to Know How Much Cooling an Industrial Control Panel Needs

It is generally accepted that industrial control panels need some form of enclosure cooling to ensure that internal temperatures do not exceed equipment-safe working limits. In most instances, the heat load is such that the panel needs to be, at the very least, fitted with cooling fans. However, due to a desire to prevent equipment becoming contaminated by dirt and dust, closed loop solutions are often specified. Here's how to assess the right cooling solution.

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The Right Way to Use an Air to Air Heat Exchanger

Air to air heat exchangers are an ideal solution for cooling electrical enclosures—when used correctly. What is the right way to use an air to air heat exchanger? Here are some tips.

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5 Things to Know about Enclosure Air Conditioners for Water Treatment

The treatment of water, whether for human consumption or purifying wastewater, involves the use of various processes to clean and disinfect the water. A number of chemicals are used along with processes such as biological treatment, aeration, coagulation and settlement.

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Building an Industrial Control Panel Enclosure with Cooling In Mind

Taking proper steps to build an industrial control panel enclosure the right way, with cooling in mind, means the electrical components will last longer, provide trouble free service and be easy to maintain.

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Telecom Electrical Enclosure Cooling: Back to Basics

Today’s telecommunications networks are essential for the Internet, cell phones, and industrial control and communications, in addition to radio and television. As bandwidth and power demands increase, the electrical component densities in telecom equipment, such as transmitters and receivers, increase at similar rates.

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When You Should Choose an Air to Air Heat Exchanger

An 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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