Ventilation Equipment for Heat Control
Ventilation for heat control is essential in many cases. This frequently takes the form of filtered fresh air input and extraction systems for motor control centres (MCC) to ensure the electrical control enclosures do not overheat. Thermostatically controlled systems using filtered fresh air rather than air conditioning reduces capital, operational and maintenance costs.
Other typical applications of this technology include compressor rooms and screw pump rooms where motors and gearboxes release high heat outputs that need to be controlled from both a process and operational aspect.