6 Steps to Cool Down Your Electronics Cabinet

  • Simon Archer
  • November 20, 2017
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Cabinet coolers are affordable and easy to install and to maintain. When it comes to cooling down and protecting your electronics, they are a compact and convenient alternative to fans and air conditioners.

If you have decided to purchase a cabinet cooler to cool down your electronics cabinet, here are a few tips to help you choose the right one for your needs and your application.

1. Calculate the size of your cabinet

You will first have to calculate the size of your cabinet so you can know exactly how many square feet you will need to cool down. This will help you find the right cabinet cooler to meet your needs.

Measure the width and the depth of your cabinet, and multiply each of these numbers by two. Addition these results, and multiply this new number by the height of your cabinet. This will give you the amount of square feet that need to be cooled down.

2. Determine the temperature inside your cabinet

You will also have to determine the temperature inside your electronics cabinet during the maximum hotter outside temperatures. The ideal temperature inside a cabinet should be somewhere between 80°F and 90°F.

This will help you determine how many BTUs per hour will be needed to cool down the inside of your cabinet and to keep it to a safe temperature, even during the hottest days of the year.

3. Decide if you need a top mounted or side mounted cabinet cooler

Cabinet coolers can be mounted on the top of a cabinet, or on the side of it. Some models are even designed to be mounted on the front door of a cabinet.

Take a look at your electronics cabinet and consider where it is located in your facilities. If the space is limited on the top of the cabinet, a side mounted cabinet cooler will be the right option for you.

4. Consider your work environment

Depending on your work environment, you might have to choose a cabinet cooler designed for hazardous locations. These cabinet coolers will protect electronics from any harsh conditions, while using less energy than ordinary cabinet coolers.

You should also keep in mind that if oil is present in your compressed air supply, you will need to use an oil removal filter, and to replace it regularly to ensure the optimal performance of your cabinet cooler.

5. Choose a reliable brand of cabinet coolers

Now that you have a better idea of the type and the size of cabinet cooler you need, make some research to find a reliable brand of cabinet coolers. You want to make sure you are purchasing a high quality device: the safety of your electronics depends on it.

By choosing a well known brand, it will also be easier for you to purchase replacement filters when you need them, or to get some support if you need help installing or troubleshooting your cabinet cooler.

6. Get in touch with a cabinet cooler specialist

When you have chosen a reliable and well known brand, get in touch with a supplier of cabinet coolers and ask for their help. Let them know which type of cabinet cooler you are looking for, and tell them the size of your cabinet and the number of BTUs per hour you will need to cool it down and keep it cool.

A cabinet cooler specialist will help you select the right cabinet cooler for your needs and your requirements, and will be ready to answer all of your questions.

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