Resfriadores de compartimentos de gabinetes Silent X-Stream™ | Nex Flow Air Products

Resfriadores de compartimentos de gabinetes Silent X-Stream™

Visão Geral do Produto

A série de resfriadores de panéis elétricos SILENT X-Stream™ Frigid-X™ fornece um método de baixo custo de purga e refrigeração de painéis elétricos e eletrônicos usando um tubo de vórtice de aço inoxidável para criar ar frio a partir de ar comprimido comum. Utilizando um kit de abafamento final a quente e frio, a unidade fica extremamente silenciosa, inferior a 64 dBA, dependendo da capacidade. O silenciador de extremidade quente também atua como um “guarda de calor” – você pode envolver sua mão em torno dele sem sentir muito calor. O ar quente é exaurido com segurança sob o silenciador da extremidade quente.

A série de resfriadores de painéis são compactas e podem ser instaladas em minutos através de um electrical knockout padrão (isto é, aberturas standards em caixas de quadros de distribuição para passagem de cabos). Praticamente não existem peças móveis.

* Número da patente nos EUA 8,616,010 / Outros países: Patenteado ou Patente pendente

Nota: Sempre questione as unidades não aprovadas usadas nos gabinetes elétricos para garantir que seus painéis não sejam danificados por produtos inferiores.

Recursos / Vantagens

  • Baixo custo
  • Compacto
  • Sem CFCs
  • Instalação rápida
  • Temperatura e umidade do gabinete estabilizado
  • Praticamente livre de manutenção (sem peças móveis)
  • Aplicável em um electrical knockout padrão (isto é, aberturas standards em caixas de quadros de distribuição para passagem de cabos)
  • Pára os danos causados pelo calor e disparos de disjuntores incomodativos
  • Elimina ventiladores e filtros
  • Evita contaminação da sujeira, mantendo o painel elétrico sob pressão positiva.
  • Unidades aplicáveis a todos os ambientes, incluindo alta temperatura a 200ºF

Vídeos

How The Silent X-Stream™ Panel Cooler Works

The regular Frigid-X Panel Coolers are under 78 dBA for noise level but in some instances it is not enough and a quieter version is necessary.   This is where the Silent X-Stream Panel Cooler can be utilized. It can reduce noise levels to 65 dBA   It works the same way as a regular Panel Cooler where compressed air enters at point (A) into the vortex tube component of the panel cooler.  The vortex tube creates two streams of compressed air – a hot stream at (B) and a cold stream at (C). The hot air stream from the vortex tube is vented outside the system at (D) after internal muffling. An additional Hot End muffler (I) reduces the noise further and also acts a protection cover over the hot end should anyone try to grab the unit.   Hot air from inside the control panel is vented at point (E) to the outside. Cold air goes into the control panel at (F) into an additional cold end muffler (J) and then into the cold distribution hose (G). Holes (H) are punched into the hose kit to distribute the cold air inside the panel. A muffler (I) further reduces the noise level of the exhausting at the end of the hose.

As with the standard Panel Cooler there is the optional Thermostats and Solenoid Valve System and Electronic Thermostats System for on-off control and Bypass system if constant purge is required inside (to keep out a dirty environment).

Dimensions

Cabinet Cooler Dimensions

Seleção

Panel Coolers, Panel Cooler, Panel Air Conditioner, Cabinet Enclosure Cooler, Electrical Panel Air Conditioners, Cabinet Cooling Solution, Cooler Master Cabinet, Panel Air Conditioner, Adjustable Thermostat, Electrical Panel Coolers, How to Cool Electrical Enclosures, Electronic Temperature Control

Todas as unidades 303/304 são de aço inoxidável para ambientes corrosivos e longa vida útil. Utilizando um kit de abafamento das extremidades quente e frio, a unidade fica extremamente silenciosa, inferior a 64 dBA, dependendo da capacidade. O abafador de extremidade quente também age como um “guarda de calor” – você pode envolver sua mão ao redor dele sem sentir muito calor. Utilizando um kit de extremidade quente e fria para abafamento a unidade fica extremamente silenciosa, inferior a 64 dBA, dependendo da capacidade. A extremidade quente do abafador também age como um “guarda de calor” – você pode envolver sua mão ao redor dele sem sentir muito calor.

Silent X-Stream™ NEMA 12 (IP56) Resfriadores silenciosos de panéis

  • Silent X-Stream™ NEMA 12 (IP56) Resfriadores silenciosos para painéis e gabinetes elétricos padrões.

Silent X-Stream™ NEMA 3R (IP14) Resfriadores silenciosos de panéis

  • Silent X-Stream™ NEMA 3R (IP14) Resfriadores silenciosos para painéis e gabinetes elétricos de exterior.

Silent X-Stream™ NEMA 4-4x (IP66) Resfriadores silenciosos de panéis

  • Silent X-Stream™ NEMA 4-4x (IP66) Resfriadores silenciosos para painéis e gabinetes em aplicações wash down (isto é, o processo de limpeza a alta pressão com água e/ou produtos químicos em indústrias como alimentos, bebidas e produtos farmacêuticos)

Contact Nex Flow™ for assistance in sizing cabinet enclosure cooler – Frigid-X series. See Below for Sizing Specifications

MODEL NO. VERSION CAPACITY BTU/hr (Watts)* dBA at 80 PSIG (5.5 bar)
61104X NEMA Type 4-4X (IP-66) Continuous Operation 290 (85) 58
61108X NEMA Type 4-4X (IP-66) Continuous Operation 580 (170) 60
61115X NEMA Type 4-4X (IP-66) Continuous Operation 1100 (322) 67
61125X NEMA Type 4-4X (IP-66) Continuous Operation 1800 (527) 68
61130X NEMA Type 4-4X (IP-66) Continuous Operation 2100 (615) 68
61140X NEMA Type 4-4X (IP-66) Continuous Operation 2900 (849) 69
63104X NEMA type 4-4X (IP-66) on-off control 290 (85) 58
63108X NEMA Type 4-4X (IP-66) on-off control 580 (170)) 60
63115X NEMA Type 4-4X (IP-66) on-off control 1100 (322) 67
63125X NEMA Type 4-4X (IP-66) on-off control 1800 (527) 68
63130X NEMA Type 4-4X (IP-66) on-off control 2100 (615) 68
63140X NEMA Type 4-4X (IP-66) on-off control 2900 (849) 69
60115X-316L 316 L Stainless Steel NEMA Type 4-4X (IP-66) on-off control (customer supplies own filter)** 1100 (322) 72
60125X-316L 316 L Stainless Steel NEMA Type 4-4X (IP-66) on-off control (customer supplies own filter)** 1800 (527) 73
60130X-316L 316 L Stainless Steel NEMA Type 4-4X (IP-66) on-off control (customer supplies own filter)** 2100 (615) 74
60140X-316L 316 L Stainless Steel NEMA Type 4-4X (IP-66) on-off control (customer supplies own filter)** 2900 (849) 76

** In 316 environments normally customers will already have special filtration systems.

*Cooling effect based on 95°F temperature inside cabinet, 100 PSIG (6.9 BAR) compressor inlet pressure, and 70ºF (21ºC) inlet temperature.

BTU/hr. figures rounded to nearest 100 BTU/hr (1 WATT).

All Continuous Operation models include the cooling unit, filter with auto drain and cold air distribution kit.

All On-Off control units include the cooling unit, filter with auto drain, cold air distribution kit, solenoid valve and thermostat.

Calculating Heat Load

Total heat load consists of the heat transfer from outside your panel and from the heat dissipated inside the control unit.

Useful terms and conversions:

1 BTU/hr = 0.293 watts
1 BTU/hr – 0.000393 horsepower
1 Watt = 3.415 BTU/hr
1 horsepower = 2544 BTU/hr
1 Watt = 0.00134 horsepower
1 Square Foot = 0.0929 square meters
1 Square Meter = 10.76 square foot

Typical fan capacity:

4″ fan: 100 CFM (2832 LPM)
6″ fan: 220 CFM (6230 LPM)
8″ fan: 340 CFM (9628 LPM)
10″ fan 550 CFM (15574 LPM)

BTU/hr. cooling effect from fan 1.08 x (temp. inside panel in °F – temp. outside panel in degrees F) x CFM.

Watts cooling effect from fan: 0.16 x (temp. inside panel in °C – temp. outside panel in degrees C) x LPM.

Calculating BTU/hr. or Watts:

  1. Determine the heat generated inside the enclosure. Approximations may be necessary. For example, if you know the power generated inside the unit, assume 10% of the energy is dissipated as heat.
  2. For heat transfer from the outside, calculate the area exposed to the atmosphere except for the top of the control panel.
  3. Choose the internal temperature you wish to have, and choose the temperature difference between it and the maximum external temperature expected.
  4. From the conversion table that follows, determine the BTU/hr. per square foot (or watts per square meter) for the temperature difference.
  5. Multiply the panel surface area times the BTU/hr. per square foot (or watts per square meter) to get the external heat transfer in BTU/hr or in watts.
  6. Sum the internal and external heat loads calculated.
  7. If you do not know the power used in the enclosure but you can measure temperatures, then measure the temperature difference between the outside at current temperature, and the present internal cabinet temperature.
  8. Note size and number of any external fans. Provide this information to Nex Flow™  to assist in sizing the appropriate cooling system.
Temperature Difference in °F BTU/hr./sq. ft. Temperature Difference in °C Watts/sq.m
5 1.5 3 5.2
10 3.3 6 11.3
15 5.1 9 17.6
20 7.1 12 24.4
25 9.1 15 31.4
30 11.3 18 39.5
35 13.8 21 47.7
40 16.2 24 55.6

Example:

The control panel coolers have two frequency drives totaling 10 horsepower and one module rated at 100 watts. The maximum outside temperature expected is 105°F or 40.5°C. The area of the control panel cooler exposed sides, except for the top is 42 square feet or 3.9 square meters. We want the internal temperature to be 95° or 35°C.

Total internal power is 10 hp x 746 watts/hp – 7460 plus 100 watts = 7560 watts.
Assume 10% forms heat = an internal heat load of 756 watts.

Or

Total internal power is 10 hp x 2544 BTU/hp = 25440 BTU/hr plus 100 watts x 3.415 BTU/hr/watt = 25782 BTU/hr.

Assume 10% forms heat = an internal heat load of 2578 BTU/hr.

External heat load: The temperature difference between the desired temperature and the outside is 10°F or 5.5°C. Using the conversions (and interpolating where necessary) we multiply the area by the conversion factor:

42 sq. ft x 3.3 – 139 BTU/hr or 3.9 sq. m x 10.3 = 40 watts

Total Heat Load: 756 + 40 – 796 watts or 2578 + 139 – 2717 BTU/hr.

You would use a Model 61040 for constant operation or a Model 63040 for one-off control. (Rated at 2900 BTU/hr or 849 watts).


Prices are in US dollars – ex works Cincinnati, OH, USA for orders

in USA and Richmond Hill, ON, Canada for international orders.

Tel : +1-416-410-1313   Fax : +1-416-410-180 or +1-716-626-3001

website : www.nexflow.com

email : sales@nexflow.com


Visão Global

Visão Geral do Produto

A série de resfriadores de panéis elétricos SILENT X-Stream™ Frigid-X™ fornece um método de baixo custo de purga e refrigeração de painéis elétricos e eletrônicos usando um tubo de vórtice de aço inoxidável para criar ar frio a partir de ar comprimido comum. Utilizando um kit de abafamento final a quente e frio, a unidade fica extremamente silenciosa, inferior a 64 dBA, dependendo da capacidade. O silenciador de extremidade quente também atua como um “guarda de calor” – você pode envolver sua mão em torno dele sem sentir muito calor. O ar quente é exaurido com segurança sob o silenciador da extremidade quente.

A série de resfriadores de painéis são compactas e podem ser instaladas em minutos através de um electrical knockout padrão (isto é, aberturas standards em caixas de quadros de distribuição para passagem de cabos). Praticamente não existem peças móveis.

* Número da patente nos EUA 8,616,010 / Outros países: Patenteado ou Patente pendente

Nota: Sempre questione as unidades não aprovadas usadas nos gabinetes elétricos para garantir que seus painéis não sejam danificados por produtos inferiores.

Vantagens

Recursos / Vantagens

  • Baixo custo
  • Compacto
  • Sem CFCs
  • Instalação rápida
  • Temperatura e umidade do gabinete estabilizado
  • Praticamente livre de manutenção (sem peças móveis)
  • Aplicável em um electrical knockout padrão (isto é, aberturas standards em caixas de quadros de distribuição para passagem de cabos)
  • Pára os danos causados pelo calor e disparos de disjuntores incomodativos
  • Elimina ventiladores e filtros
  • Evita contaminação da sujeira, mantendo o painel elétrico sob pressão positiva.
  • Unidades aplicáveis a todos os ambientes, incluindo alta temperatura a 200ºF
Vídeos

Vídeos

How The Silent X-Stream™ Panel Cooler Works

The regular Frigid-X Panel Coolers are under 78 dBA for noise level but in some instances it is not enough and a quieter version is necessary.   This is where the Silent X-Stream Panel Cooler can be utilized. It can reduce noise levels to 65 dBA   It works the same way as a regular Panel Cooler where compressed air enters at point (A) into the vortex tube component of the panel cooler.  The vortex tube creates two streams of compressed air – a hot stream at (B) and a cold stream at (C). The hot air stream from the vortex tube is vented outside the system at (D) after internal muffling. An additional Hot End muffler (I) reduces the noise further and also acts a protection cover over the hot end should anyone try to grab the unit.   Hot air from inside the control panel is vented at point (E) to the outside. Cold air goes into the control panel at (F) into an additional cold end muffler (J) and then into the cold distribution hose (G). Holes (H) are punched into the hose kit to distribute the cold air inside the panel. A muffler (I) further reduces the noise level of the exhausting at the end of the hose.

As with the standard Panel Cooler there is the optional Thermostats and Solenoid Valve System and Electronic Thermostats System for on-off control and Bypass system if constant purge is required inside (to keep out a dirty environment).

Dimensions

Dimensions

Cabinet Cooler Dimensions

Seleção

Seleção

Panel Coolers, Panel Cooler, Panel Air Conditioner, Cabinet Enclosure Cooler, Electrical Panel Air Conditioners, Cabinet Cooling Solution, Cooler Master Cabinet, Panel Air Conditioner, Adjustable Thermostat, Electrical Panel Coolers, How to Cool Electrical Enclosures, Electronic Temperature Control

Todas as unidades 303/304 são de aço inoxidável para ambientes corrosivos e longa vida útil. Utilizando um kit de abafamento das extremidades quente e frio, a unidade fica extremamente silenciosa, inferior a 64 dBA, dependendo da capacidade. O abafador de extremidade quente também age como um “guarda de calor” – você pode envolver sua mão ao redor dele sem sentir muito calor. Utilizando um kit de extremidade quente e fria para abafamento a unidade fica extremamente silenciosa, inferior a 64 dBA, dependendo da capacidade. A extremidade quente do abafador também age como um “guarda de calor” – você pode envolver sua mão ao redor dele sem sentir muito calor.

Silent X-Stream™ NEMA 12 (IP56) Resfriadores silenciosos de panéis

  • Silent X-Stream™ NEMA 12 (IP56) Resfriadores silenciosos para painéis e gabinetes elétricos padrões.

Silent X-Stream™ NEMA 3R (IP14) Resfriadores silenciosos de panéis

  • Silent X-Stream™ NEMA 3R (IP14) Resfriadores silenciosos para painéis e gabinetes elétricos de exterior.

Silent X-Stream™ NEMA 4-4x (IP66) Resfriadores silenciosos de panéis

  • Silent X-Stream™ NEMA 4-4x (IP66) Resfriadores silenciosos para painéis e gabinetes em aplicações wash down (isto é, o processo de limpeza a alta pressão com água e/ou produtos químicos em indústrias como alimentos, bebidas e produtos farmacêuticos)

Contact Nex Flow™ for assistance in sizing cabinet enclosure cooler – Frigid-X series. See Below for Sizing Specifications

MODEL NO. VERSION CAPACITY BTU/hr (Watts)* dBA at 80 PSIG (5.5 bar)
61104X NEMA Type 4-4X (IP-66) Continuous Operation 290 (85) 58
61108X NEMA Type 4-4X (IP-66) Continuous Operation 580 (170) 60
61115X NEMA Type 4-4X (IP-66) Continuous Operation 1100 (322) 67
61125X NEMA Type 4-4X (IP-66) Continuous Operation 1800 (527) 68
61130X NEMA Type 4-4X (IP-66) Continuous Operation 2100 (615) 68
61140X NEMA Type 4-4X (IP-66) Continuous Operation 2900 (849) 69
63104X NEMA type 4-4X (IP-66) on-off control 290 (85) 58
63108X NEMA Type 4-4X (IP-66) on-off control 580 (170)) 60
63115X NEMA Type 4-4X (IP-66) on-off control 1100 (322) 67
63125X NEMA Type 4-4X (IP-66) on-off control 1800 (527) 68
63130X NEMA Type 4-4X (IP-66) on-off control 2100 (615) 68
63140X NEMA Type 4-4X (IP-66) on-off control 2900 (849) 69
60115X-316L 316 L Stainless Steel NEMA Type 4-4X (IP-66) on-off control (customer supplies own filter)** 1100 (322) 72
60125X-316L 316 L Stainless Steel NEMA Type 4-4X (IP-66) on-off control (customer supplies own filter)** 1800 (527) 73
60130X-316L 316 L Stainless Steel NEMA Type 4-4X (IP-66) on-off control (customer supplies own filter)** 2100 (615) 74
60140X-316L 316 L Stainless Steel NEMA Type 4-4X (IP-66) on-off control (customer supplies own filter)** 2900 (849) 76

** In 316 environments normally customers will already have special filtration systems.

*Cooling effect based on 95°F temperature inside cabinet, 100 PSIG (6.9 BAR) compressor inlet pressure, and 70ºF (21ºC) inlet temperature.

BTU/hr. figures rounded to nearest 100 BTU/hr (1 WATT).

All Continuous Operation models include the cooling unit, filter with auto drain and cold air distribution kit.

All On-Off control units include the cooling unit, filter with auto drain, cold air distribution kit, solenoid valve and thermostat.

Calculating Heat Load

Calculating Heat Load

Total heat load consists of the heat transfer from outside your panel and from the heat dissipated inside the control unit.

Useful terms and conversions:

1 BTU/hr = 0.293 watts
1 BTU/hr – 0.000393 horsepower
1 Watt = 3.415 BTU/hr
1 horsepower = 2544 BTU/hr
1 Watt = 0.00134 horsepower
1 Square Foot = 0.0929 square meters
1 Square Meter = 10.76 square foot

Typical fan capacity:

4″ fan: 100 CFM (2832 LPM)
6″ fan: 220 CFM (6230 LPM)
8″ fan: 340 CFM (9628 LPM)
10″ fan 550 CFM (15574 LPM)

BTU/hr. cooling effect from fan 1.08 x (temp. inside panel in °F – temp. outside panel in degrees F) x CFM.

Watts cooling effect from fan: 0.16 x (temp. inside panel in °C – temp. outside panel in degrees C) x LPM.

Calculating BTU/hr. or Watts:

  1. Determine the heat generated inside the enclosure. Approximations may be necessary. For example, if you know the power generated inside the unit, assume 10% of the energy is dissipated as heat.
  2. For heat transfer from the outside, calculate the area exposed to the atmosphere except for the top of the control panel.
  3. Choose the internal temperature you wish to have, and choose the temperature difference between it and the maximum external temperature expected.
  4. From the conversion table that follows, determine the BTU/hr. per square foot (or watts per square meter) for the temperature difference.
  5. Multiply the panel surface area times the BTU/hr. per square foot (or watts per square meter) to get the external heat transfer in BTU/hr or in watts.
  6. Sum the internal and external heat loads calculated.
  7. If you do not know the power used in the enclosure but you can measure temperatures, then measure the temperature difference between the outside at current temperature, and the present internal cabinet temperature.
  8. Note size and number of any external fans. Provide this information to Nex Flow™  to assist in sizing the appropriate cooling system.
Temperature Difference in °F BTU/hr./sq. ft. Temperature Difference in °C Watts/sq.m
5 1.5 3 5.2
10 3.3 6 11.3
15 5.1 9 17.6
20 7.1 12 24.4
25 9.1 15 31.4
30 11.3 18 39.5
35 13.8 21 47.7
40 16.2 24 55.6

Example:

The control panel coolers have two frequency drives totaling 10 horsepower and one module rated at 100 watts. The maximum outside temperature expected is 105°F or 40.5°C. The area of the control panel cooler exposed sides, except for the top is 42 square feet or 3.9 square meters. We want the internal temperature to be 95° or 35°C.

Total internal power is 10 hp x 746 watts/hp – 7460 plus 100 watts = 7560 watts.
Assume 10% forms heat = an internal heat load of 756 watts.

Or

Total internal power is 10 hp x 2544 BTU/hp = 25440 BTU/hr plus 100 watts x 3.415 BTU/hr/watt = 25782 BTU/hr.

Assume 10% forms heat = an internal heat load of 2578 BTU/hr.

External heat load: The temperature difference between the desired temperature and the outside is 10°F or 5.5°C. Using the conversions (and interpolating where necessary) we multiply the area by the conversion factor:

42 sq. ft x 3.3 – 139 BTU/hr or 3.9 sq. m x 10.3 = 40 watts

Total Heat Load: 756 + 40 – 796 watts or 2578 + 139 – 2717 BTU/hr.

You would use a Model 61040 for constant operation or a Model 63040 for one-off control. (Rated at 2900 BTU/hr or 849 watts).

Preços

Prices are in US dollars – ex works Cincinnati, OH, USA for orders

in USA and Richmond Hill, ON, Canada for international orders.

Tel : +1-416-410-1313   Fax : +1-416-410-180 or +1-716-626-3001

website : www.nexflow.com

email : sales@nexflow.com


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