WHY USE Vortex TubeS FOR Industrial Spot Cooling AND FOR ENCLOSURE COOLING?
The equipment related to these systems are a very specialized technology. There are many suppliers but very few who really understand it. Nex Flow™ is one of the few that does understand and actively maintains research in the field.
A vortex tube is a device that takes compressed air, spins it one way and then back inside itself, literally splitting the flow into a hot and cold stream. The cold stream is used for “spot cooling” or for cooling enclosures of all sorts but especially to cool cabinet enclosures, control panels, and industrial cameras.
The vortex tube technology provided by Nex Flow™ uses compressed air but it can also use other inert gases like nitrogen. Nex Flow™ has produced special sizes and designs, and even one for a project using natural gas. Through research and development, Nex Flow™ continues to come up with develop other applications for this unique technology, and to improve the efficiency of the products which depends on many proprietary factors.
Vortex Tubes have the following advantages:
- No moving parts
- No electricity
Apart from special designs, the technology is available in the following configurations under the Nex Flow™ Frigid-X™ trademark as follows:
Wide Range of Maintenance from Panel Coolers, Ideal for Harsh Environments Cool Control Panels, Cabinets & Other Enclosures
Reduce Noise Levels To 64 dba Or More And Prevent Downtime Due To Overheating Electronic Control Panels