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Articles Tagged with ''aluminum''

Heat Exchanger Assembly: AMETEK Rotron

AMETEK Rotron has released a 19-in rack mountable liquid cooling heat exchanger assembly. The unit is one of a variety of similar heat exchangers that are designed to dissipate over 10kw of heat in demanding operating environments. The heat exchanger assembly is enclosed within a ruggedized 6U (10.5-in) aluminum chassis. The company says the unit is designed for years of reliable service in harsh and demanding applications, including military and commercial equipment racks.


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Motors/Controls: Groschopp

Groschopp, Inc. introduced a Brushless DC Motor and Control package. Groschopp’s family of brushless DC motors and gearmotors have been tested for pairings with the brushless DC control product line giving engineers a brushless DC motor and control package designed for optimal operation.


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Grille: Ruskin

Ruskin’s XP500 was developed for the most extreme weather conditions. According to the company, protecting wall penetrations from flying debris caused by tornadoes, hurricanes, and severe storms is critical in the design of Community Shelters (ICC-500) and Safe Rooms (FEMA 361).


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Axial fan: Rosenberg USA

Rosenberg USA released a new version of its ETRI 148V Series AC axial fan featuring an aluminum body that reduces weight by nearly 20% to less than 2 lbs. The company claims its new fans outperform competitive models in airflow by 9% and life expectancy by 33% to 50%.


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Flue stacks: Schebler Chimney Systems

Schebler Chimney Systems’ is offering complete design solutions for engineered stacks from the appliance to the top of the stack, customized to meet space and budget constraints. The company says its engineering and manufacturing specialists provide comprehensive engineering including design, sizing, load calculations, fabrication and installation. Consulting services include draft calculations, CAD support, 3-D modeling and mechanical specifications to reduce internal workloads and ensure accurate design.


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Fan: Continental Fan

The APK panel fan from Continental Fan was designed for applications that need high efficiency and quiet operation.


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Insulation: Fi-Foil

The company’s Silver Shield™ is designed to reduce radiant heat transfer.


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Condensing units: Johnson Controls

Johnson Controls expands its Coleman® line of 14.5 SEER LX  and Comforteer air conditioners with 1.5-ton models.


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Filters

Universal Air Filter's metal mesh filters and screens offer design engineers an alternative filter media for harsh indoor or outdoor applications by not only keep dust and bugs out of equipment and critical cooling systems, but for EMI shielding and high heat applications.
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