Cooling for electrical enclosures

These cooling units for industrial electrical enclosures are offered in NEMA Type 12, NEMA Type 3R/4 and stainless steel NEMA Type 4/4X designs, with operating voltages of 115 Vac, 230 Vac or 460 Vac for a total of 18 new models.


Phannenberg DTS 31x5 and DTS 32x5 cooling units
The DTS 31x5 and DTS 32x5 cooling units for industrial

electrical enclosures have been added to the DTS 3000 series with 5-7,000 and

9-12,000 Btu/h ranges. The two new designs are offered in NEMA Type 12, NEMA

Type 3R/4 and stainless steel NEMA Type 4/4X designs, with operating voltages

of 115 Vac, 230 Vac or 460 Vac for a total of 18 new models.

The 12-inch depth of the DTS 31x5 can be installed standard

into 12-inch deep NEMA enclosures. The indoor NEMA Type 12 units can be used

for a variety of industries including material handling, textile, glass,

automation and assembly. The outdoor NEMA Type 3R/4 cooling units can be used

in applications such as telecom, renewable energy (solar and wind) and outdoor

electronic applications such as electronic billboards and kiosks. The stainless

steel NEMA Type 4/4X version is ideal for all wash-down related applications

including food and beverage, pulp and paper, waste water management, packaging

and marine applications.

Pfannenberg Group

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