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New air conditioners offer energy-efficient cooling for industrial control systems

15 May 2012

The new V-series air conditioners from Schroff have been designed to provide energy-efficient cooling for industrial and process control systems housed within sealed cabinets.

Manufactured by McLean Cooling Technology, one of Schroff’s sister companies within the Pentair Technical Products Group, the new air conditioners feature a tough all-metal enclosure and IP56 protection against the ingress of dust and water, enabling them to withstand the rigours of the factory floor.

These RoHS-compliant units employ environmentally friendly R134A refrigerant, while high energy efficiency is achieved by the use of T3 class rotary compressors.

Designed for mounting on the outside of a cabinet door or side panel, the
V-series units are available in five different cooling capacities for power dissipations of 300W, 600W, 1200W, 1500W and 2000W.

Installation is straightforward, thanks to the inclusion of a full-size cut-out template and built-in hooks on the back of each unit, which allow it to be hung on to the cabinet before fastening.

The V-series units feature specially coated coils that enable filterless operation in many areas, and an optional aluminium filter is also available.

These competitively priced air conditioners are finished with a RAL 7035
light-grey semi-textured paint as standard, and other colours are available on request.

For further information, visit www.schroff.co.uk.

http://schroff.uk@pentair.com

Tel: +44 (0)1442 218726


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