Air Conditioners Prevent Unexpected Shutdowns

May 1, 2000
The company's line of air conditioners are designed to maintain the thermal integrity of sealed enclosures and prolong the life of industrial controls and electronics. The units feature closed-loop cooling to prevent internal air from mixing with

The company's line of air conditioners are designed to maintain the thermal integrity of sealed enclosures and prolong the life of industrial controls and electronics. The units feature closed-loop cooling to prevent internal air from mixing with ambient air and a condensation management system.
Construction features include double-painted steel bodies and UL/NEMA 4X models that feature type 304 stainless-steel construction. One line features microprocessor-based controls that provide programmable temperature management, a digital display of enclosure temperature, and remote-alarm capability.

Company: HOFFMAN

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