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Enclosure Fans & Ventilation

Enclosure fans and ventilation systems play a critical role in maintaining the optimal temperature and air quality inside electrical enclosures, especially those housing heat-generating components. These systems are designed to remove hot air from inside the enclosure and replace it with cool air from the outside, thus managing the internal temperature and preventing overheating of the equipment.

Enclosure fans, including axial fans, are typically mounted on the enclosure to facilitate forced air ventilation. This method of cooling, known as open loop cooling, works by creating a flow of air that circulates inside the enclosure, carrying away excess heat. Fans can be installed in various positions, depending on the design of the enclosure and the specific cooling requirements.

In addition to fans, many enclosures use filter fans, which are equipped with filters to clean the incoming air. These filters are crucial in preventing dust, dirt, and other contaminants from entering the enclosure, thereby protecting the components inside. This is particularly important in industrial environments or outdoor applications where the presence of such contaminants is higher.

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$266.50
The enclosure can be cooled in incremental steps with this high airflow fan, which can be mounted inside or on top of the enclosure.
$172.90
The enclosure can be cooled in incremental steps with this high airflow fan, which can be mounted inside or on top of the enclosure.
$186.20
Mechanical thermostat for controlling filter fans and heaters. Registers surrounding air and can switch inductive and resistive loads via snap-action contact. Clips for vertically mounting on 35 mm DIN rail (EN 60715). An integrated resistor (RF) can be connected to improve the switch temperature differenceanical thermostat for controlling filter fans and heaters.
$186.20
Mechanical thermostat for controlling filter fans and heaters. Registers surrounding air and can switch inductive and resistive loads via snap-action contact. Clips for vertically mounting on 35 mm DIN rail (EN 60715). An integrated resistor (RF) can be connected to improve the switch temperature differenceanical thermostat for controlling filter fans and heaters.
$186.20
Mechanical thermostat for controlling filter fans and heaters. Registers surrounding air and can switch inductive and resistive loads via snap-action contact. Clips for vertically mounting on 35 mm DIN rail (EN 60715). An integrated resistor (RF) can be connected to improve the switch temperature differenceanical thermostat for controlling filter fans and heaters.
$186.20
Mechanical thermostat for controlling filter fans and heaters. Registers surrounding air and can switch inductive and resistive loads via snap-action contact. Clips for vertically mounting on 35 mm DIN rail (EN 60715). An integrated resistor (RF) can be connected to improve the switch temperature differenceanical thermostat for controlling filter fans and heaters.
$149.50
Stainless steel frame and mesh with 0.13 (3 mm) holes to keep large pests and debris from entering and clogging filter media.
$140.40
Stainless steel frame and mesh with 0.13 (3 mm) holes to keep large pests and debris from entering and clogging filter media.
$132.60
Stainless steel frame and mesh with 0.13 (3 mm) holes to keep large pests and debris from entering and clogging filter media.
$120.90
Stainless steel frame and mesh with 0.13 (3 mm) holes to keep large pests and debris from entering and clogging filter media.
$921.20
Fan trays are a versatile solution to cooling card cages and racks. Redundant cooling with optional failure detection makes this air mover the obvious choice for sensitive equipment. Minimal rack space and repositionable fans are suited to today’s smaller enclosures.