There are a number of misconceptions about enclosures. We bust the most common four myths in this article.
There are four main ways to ensure a cabinet is well ventilated, one of which uses natural convection and the others employ fans to create forced convection.
We outline five of the most common enclosure cooling mistakes and how to avoid them.
Our guide explains enclosure ventilation fan selection, the required air flow and how to control condensation.
Cabinet cooling for outdoor enclosures seems simple, but it’s often little things that are overlooked that can reduce the means of having a well maintained and effective electrical cabinet.
The options available for constructing electrical enclosures can be wide-ranging so it is important to choose materials and components carefully.
There are common mechanical and electrical issues that if left unmonitored can negatively affect the performance of a cabinet or electrical enclosure.
Want to boost the energy efficiency of your enclosures? Read our guide on the three key ways to save energy.
If the enclosure is in an ATEX zoned area, the thermal management components need to be explosion-proof. We offer ATEX certified fans to cool the enclosure whilst protecting equipment from the ingress of dust and water.
Panel builders and machine builders across the UK manufacture electrical enclosures and cabinets to specific industry sizes.