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Controlling solar gain in outdoor cabinets

03 July 2012

Rittal has released a range of cooling units specifically for outdoor enclosure applications. Any outdoor enclosure will suffer from so-called 'solar gain' on long and hot summer days and as a result the internal temperature will rise above the ambient. Rittal’s range include several standard outdoor enclosures with twin walls, separated by a 25mm air gap, that insulates sensitive equipment from these heat effects.

In addition, Rittal is able to supply - either built into the enclosure, or as separate 'after-market' items - a range of air conditioning units which maintain the IP55 rating of the enclosure.

Designs specifically for use in roof mounting, side wall, rear panel or door mounting applications are available, with cooling capacities ranging from 650W to 1,750W, and providing from 345m3/hour of cooling air through to over 1090m3/hour to cater for a wide range of circumstances.

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