What are the Environmental Requirements for Enclosure Air Conditioners in Petrochemical Plants?

Petrochemical plants handle chemicals that are flammable and corrosive. Due to the hazardous nature of these flammable products, there is an ongoing risk of fire and explosion that has to be mitigated.

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What Are the Environmental Requirements for Electrical Enclosures in Pulp and Paper Plants?

Pulp and paper manufacture is a complex process involving the chemical or mechanical preparation of wood pulp and the manufacture of paper products on high speed paper-making machines. These processes take place in environmental conditions that impact on electrical enclosures in different ways. The processes include:

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Benefits of Fully-Integrated Condensate Evaporation in Cooling Systems for Electrical Enclosures

Within electrical enclosures, fluctuations in ambient temperature and/or humidity can cause condensation. Left unchecked, this condensation can wreak havoc on your equipment, and cost you precious time and money in repairs. The best way to control humidity in an electrical enclosure is with an air conditioner.  And the best way to dispose of the condensate created when moisture is removed from the enclosure air is with an air conditioner equipped with an integrated condensate management system that also keeps your energy costs low. Having fully-integrated condensate evaporation for your electrical enclosures will keep your equipment safe and running regardless of the ambient conditions.

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What Preventative Maintenance Can Be Done Safely on the Air Conditioner of Your Electrical Enclosure?

With budget being an important thought in your mind, regular preventative maintenance on your electrical enclosures should be a consideration . Avoiding breakdowns can help keep your spending within reason, freeing up some room in your budget for other expenses. Keeping your equipment running well can also keep your warranty intact. Here are a few maintenance activities that you can perform on the air conditioner, to keep it running well and trouble-free.

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When is the Redundant System Option Crucial for Electrical Enclosure Air Conditioners?

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Enclosure cooling systems are used for a broad range of applications in many types of industries. While every use of an enclosure air conditioner is important, some require unfailing reliability. When this is the case, certain solutions are used to ensure constant operation, including back-up power supplies and other redundant systems that prevent failure even when one component stops working.

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Control Security for Electrical Enclosure Cooling Systems

The local digital controller fitted to electrical enclosure air conditioners is usually mounted on the face of the air conditioner where maintenance personnel can quickly and easily verify the electrical enclosure temperature and the status of the enclosure air conditioner. This is ideal, but there are situations when it is not practical and an alternative mounting arrangement is required.

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Preliminary Checklist for Installing Your Electrical Enclosure Air Conditioner

Before installing your electrical enclosure air conditioner, it's wise to check that it's the correct unit, it's in working condition, and after installation, that it's operating correctly. This checklist covers these points, although full details can be found in the User and Technical Manual shipped with the unit or here if you have purchased from Thermal Edge.

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What Enclosure Air Conditioner Features and Options are Best for Food and Beverage Applications?

The food and beverage industry is governed by rules and regulations designed to keep production areas free from contamination and disease-causing bacteria. These requirements place constraints on the design of enclosure air conditioners that require special consideration, including:

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What are the Environmental Requirements for Enclosure Air Conditioners in Cement Plants?

Cement manufacture entails handling various raw materials including limestone, clay, shale, sand, and iron ore. These products are mined on site or transported using bulk carriers, off loaded and stored. Raw materials need to be ground to the correct size prior to being fired in high temperature kilns to produce clinker that is finally ground into cement.

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What Enclosure Air Conditioner Features and Options are Best for Waste Water Treatment Plants?

Waste water treatment plants process and purify industrial and domestic waste water so that it is safe to discharge into water courses. As such, these plants must operate reliably at all times as any equipment failure could lead to the discharge of untreated waste into water channels, causing damage to the environment and leading to punitive action.

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