AiRTX Cabinet Coolers provide environmentally friendly, low cost cooling for electronic control panels in hot and hazardous conditions. They condition the air inside electrical enclosures, eliminating downtime due to heat, dirt and moisture. The AiRTX cabinet coolers incorporate a vortex tube to produce cold air from compressed air, without the use of moving parts.

Industrial Solutions For Cabinet Coolers

Multiple Face Machining

The large investment in programming for this horizontal/vertical machining center is protected by the Model 70325 Stainless Thermostatic Cabinet Cooler, which eliminates heat build-up and coolant contamination of sensitive electronics.

 

CNC Machining

The Model 70325 Stainless Cabinet Cooling System protects against fluctuations in this precision grinding operation by cooling the cabinet and allowing the electronics to be sealed against mist contamination. Thermostatic control assures you of efficient compressed air usage.

 

Chemical Processing

The Model 70315 Thermostatic Cabinet Cooling System mounts on the side of this control, out of the operator’s way, allowing free rotation of the control and clear view of the process. Thermostatic control minimizes air usage.

 

Bottling Plant

AiRTX Cabinet Cooling Systems are stainless steel, so washdown of these leak testing and production controls in a bottling operation is easy. NEMA cabinets can be secured without concern for heat build-up.

AiRTX Polar Cabinet Cooler Advantages

  • Higher BTH per CFM
  • Greater cooling with the same air usages
  • Available in Stainless Steel and Aluminum
  • Wide range of Cooling (600-5600 BTUH)
  • No vibration to affect CCTV cameras
  • Thermostatically controlled units available
  • Compact for cramped factory areas
  • No maintenance, no moving parts
  • Requires no electricity
  • No RF/EMI interference
  • No fans or filters
  • Muffled for quiet operations
  • Maintain NEMA 4, NEMA 4x, and NEMA 12 integrity

Uses For Cabinet Coolers

  • Nc/CNC Cabinets
  • Industrial PCs
  • PLCs
  • Measuring instruments and recording devices
  • Closed-circuit TV cameras
  • Motor controls and relays

Technical Data For Cabinet Coolers

 

Keep Factory-Floor Controls On-Line With Up To 5600 BTUH Of Cabinet Cooling

Dirt, moisture, hazardous or corrosive materials-a bad environment is the Achilles’ heel of industrial electronic systems. And it’s a real hazard when you have to open the cabinet door to prevent heat build-up.

 

Compressed-Air-Operated Stainless Cabinet Control Coolers For Hazardous Environments

Using a low-cost, reliable Vortex Tube, compressed-air operated AiRTX Polar™ Cabinet Coolers purge and cool electrical/electronic enclosures with filtered air that’s 45° F colder than your compressed air supply. A built-in relief valve lets hot air escape from the cabinet enclosure, while the cooler supplies clean, cold air.

They mount-in minutes-in a standard electrical knockout to maintain your NEMA 4, 4x, or 12 rating. A built-in, heavy duty muffler makes the Cabinet Cooler extremely quiet for use in production areas.

Use Them Anywhere!

If you’re an OEM, you’ll find the fit and finish of our Cabinet Coolers a complement to your own equipment.

Thermostatic systems are highly recommended as they produce a truly maintenance free cooling system. No forgetting to turn it on or off, increasing or decreasing air supply on hot days, consuming compressed air when cooling is not necessary, and no thermal hot and cold changes. A constant 90°F (32°C) to provide the electronics with a long life. For double wide cabinets up to 10’W x 6’H x 2’D or cabinets in extreme hot conditions above 150°F, order Model 70370.

 

Model 75008, 15, 25, 35 (Aluminum)

 

Model 70008 (Stainless Steel)

Model 70015, 25, 35 (Stainless Steel)

 

Model 70008X (Stainless Steel)

 

Model 70015X, 25X, 35X (Stainless Steel)

 

NEMA Type 4,12 NEMA Type 12,4x NEMA Type 4,12
Aluminum Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Description
75008 70008x 70008 600 BTU/H Cooler and ducting kit, muffler
75108 70108x 70108 600 BTU/H Cooler and ducting kit, muffler and 5 micro auto drain filter
75308 70308x 70308 600 BTU/H thermostatic system includes: Cooler, auto drain filter, ducting kit, muffler, thermostat, solenoid valve
75105 70105x 70105 1100 BTU/H Cooler and ducting kit, muffler
75115 70115x 70115 1100 BTU/H Cooler and ducting kit, muffler and 5 micro auto drain filter
75315 70315x 70315 1100 BTU/H thermostatic system includes: Cooler, auto drain filter, ducting kit, muffler, thermostat, solenoid valve
75025 70025x 70025 1800 BTU/H Cooler and ducting kit, muffler
75125 70125x 70125 1800 BTU/H Cooler and ducting kit, muffler and 5 micro auto drain filter
75325 70325x 70325 1800 BTU/H thermostatic system includes: Cooler, auto drain filter, ducting kit, muffler, thermostat, solenoid valve
75035 70035x 70035 2800 BTU/H Cooler and ducting kit, muffler
75135 70135x 70135 2800 BTU/H Cooler and ducting kit, muffler and 5 micro auto drain filter
75335 70335x 70335 2800 BTU/H thermostatic system includes: Cooler, auto drain filter, ducting kit, muffler, thermostat, solenoid valve
75370 70370x 70370 5600 BTU/H thermostatic system includes: 2 Coolers (model 70035), auto drain filter, ducting kit, muffler, thermostat, solenoid valve

 

Installation Of Thermostatic Cabinet Control Cooler System

Double Wide System Components Model 70370:
2 of Model 70035 Cooler with Conducting Kit
1 of Model 90302 Solenoid
1 of Model 90300 Adjustable Thermostat
1 of Model 90176 Auto Drain Filter

 

NEMA
TYPE 4,12
NEMA
TYPE 4,12
NEMA
TYPE 12,4x
Inlet
Pressure
Air
Consumption
Capacity
psi (BAR) (CFM) (LPM) (BTU/N) (Kcal/H)
Aluminum SS SS
75008 70008 70008x 100 7 8 225 600 150
75015 70015 70015x 100 7 15 425 1100 280
75025 70025 70025x 100 7 25 700 1800 450
70035 70035 70035x 100 7 35 990 2800 700
75370 70370 70370x 100 7 70 1980 5600

Determining Requirements for Sizing Correct Control CooleR

  1. Size, the heat load area of the cabinet using the following formula:
    (2 x W + 2 x D) Height = square feet of cabinet
    Example: 3 wide, I deep, 4 high = 32 square feet
  2. Determine inside temperature reading for maximum hotter outside temperatures.
  3. 90oF (32oC) is a safe operating temperature for most electronics to reduce heat stress on the controls and drying of the wafer boards.
  4. Example: If reading is taken on a 7OoF day and the temperature reads I lOoF, add 25oF if the electronics will be operating during a summer day temperature of 95oF or add more if it will get hotter.  Subtract the temperature of 9OoF as the desired temperature inside the operating cabinet from the temperature reading in step 2 to determine the temperature difference or Delta T.
  5. Use the square area of your cabinet readings on the left side of the scale and match it with the temperature difference from step 4 on the top of the sizing chart.
  6. The intersection of these two numbers give you the BTUs required to maintain the desired 9OoF inside temperature. 7. Match the BTU reading with the proper AiRTX Cooler.
1. Size of cabinet? W______ D______ H______
2. Hottest temperature inside cabinet? ______
3. Desired temperature inside cabinet?______*

*90° is recommended

  • All AiRTX Control Coolers are constructed of Stainless Steel for long lasting use as well as for use in wash down areas, high heat or corrosive conditions.
  • All AiRTX Coolers are standard with ducting kit that include 8 of tubing to route the cold air from the AiRTX Cooler evenly throughout the cabinet, hold downs for the tubing, and an internal muffler to insure noise free operation.
  • Thermostatic systems are highly recommended as they produce a truly maintenance free cooling system. No forgetting to tum it on or off, increasing or decreasing air supply on hot days consuming compressed air when cooling is not necessary, and no thermal hot and cold changes. A constant 90oF (32oC) to provide the electronics with a long life.