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.

06/30/2009


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

www.pfannenbergusa.com





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