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Will EXAIR Corporation Cabinet Coolers cause condensation inside our control panels?

No, the cold air produced by a Cabinet Cooler and introduced into an enclosure expands to atmospheric pressure and warms to enclosure temperature.

Only if humidity from ambient air is allowed into the panel is there potential for condensation. Therefore it is imperative that all louvers and other openings are closed off.

On initial startup, the cooler will purge out the warm, moist air inside the panel. As the cool air generated from the Cabinet Cooler enters the panel it begins to pick up heat and the relative humidity drops. A continuously operating Cabinet Cooler will stabilize the relative humidity at approximately 45%. EXAIR also recommends using a 5 micron filter separator to remove any condensate from the airline.

Cabinet Cooler
  1. Which Cabinet Cooler should I use?
  2. Will EXAIR Corporation Cabinet Coolers cause condensation inside our control panels?
  3. Can I mount EXAIR’s Cabinet Coolers to the side of our enclosure?
  4. How do I get the solenoid valve on the Cabinet Cooler to stop chattering?
  5. What is the Btu/Hr range of your Cabinet Coolers?
  6. What is the material of EXAIR Cabinet Coolers?
  7. How can I determine which EXAIR Cabinet Cooler® System I have?
  8. Will a Cabinet Cooler® System operate at less than 100 PSIG?
  9. Why do I need a Cold Air Distribution Kit?
  10. Why should I avoid using a non-contact temp gun (infrared heat gun) to determine my cabinet temps?
  11. Can the thermostat be adjusted to maintain an internal temperature different than the preset 95° F?
  12. What muffler do I need with my NEMA 12 Cabinet Cooler® System (mufflers are included w/ NEMA 4/4X)?
  13. What are the benefits of an ETC over the thermostat controlled Cabinet Cooler® System?
  14. What temperatures can the ETC be set to?
  15. What is the maximum operating temperature for the Cabinet Cooler System?
 
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