It seems this heatwave map has become all too common. Australia's record breaking heat has been fierce with temperatures that have regularly gone above 40°C! For industrial plants, the dangerous heat can cause breakers to trip and circuit boards to fry, resulting in processes and assembly lines that come to a screeching halt and machines that fail.
Some individuals think that fans are the solution. Unfortunately, a fan forces hot, humid, dirty air onto your expensive circuitry. Since the air is hot, it has little to no cooling effect. Worse yet, the open panel door is a safety violation since it presents a shock hazard to your workers. A fan could end up costing you thousands of dollars in repairs and fines!
You can avoid costly downtime and damage to your expensive circuitry. Compressed Air Australia offers EXAIR's Cabinet Cooler® Systems that dependably cool and purge your electrical enclosures. They convert an ordinary supply of compressed air into clean, cold -7°C (20°F) air. Cabinet Coolers are a permanent solution that mount in minutes through an ordinary electrical knockout. There are no moving parts to wear out and no worries about water, oil and contaminants making it into the electrical enclosure. Thermostat control minimises compressed air use.
Do you need help keeping your electronics cool? Please contact Bunbury Industrial Controls, or Compressed Air Australia on 1300 787 688 and mention this News Story.
2015-12-21 - ABB Australia Low Voltage Product Book Soft copy now available!
ABB is delighted to release the ABB Low Voltage Product Book for distribution in soft copy. The booklet provides details about ABB's extensive low voltage products portfolio includes low-voltage circuit breakers, switches, control products, wiring accessories, enclosures and cable systems to protect people, installations and electronic equipment from electrical overload.
The booklet also covers the KNX systems that integrate and automate a building's electrical installations, ventilation systems, and security and data communication networks.
"We have created a product book that is over 540 pages and informs customers of our stock strategy to help service them better," said David O’Rourke, Marketing and Communications Manager for Low Voltage Products in Australia.
Features of the book include:
If you have any questions or require further information contact Bunbury Industrial Controls, your local ABB Authorised Value Provider.