Filters, fan filters, roof exhaust unit and orientable fans: today we present the Virdis series from Fandis, designed for electrical cabinets.
Why is it necessary to ventilate an enclosure?
When air conditioning an electrical panel, it’s easy to make mistakes or underestimate the problems. As we have seen many times, high temperature is one of the main enemies for enclosures: the heat generated by the electrical components running, in fact, causes an increase in temperature inside the panel. If this is summed up to external temperature fluctuations, it’s easy to imagine how the instruments inside the panel are subjected to a thermal stress that may alter their operation or reduce their life cycle. To solve this problem, the indoor temperature inside the panel must be controlled with an appropriate ventilation system.
Why do choose fan filters to ventilate sn enclosure?
Fandis fan filters and roof exhaust units are the most practical solution to favor hot air dissipation inside the electrical cabinet. Fan filters, in fact, channel inside cooler and filtered air by expelling warm internal air through exhaust filters or roof units. The generated airflow allows to maintain a homogeneous internal temperature and to protect the electronic components from overheating.
Virdis FF series fan filters
The Virdis FF series fan filters, besides perfectly ventilating the cabinet, does not require any tools for their installation, thanks to a clip mounting system for 1 to 3.7 mm thick plates, and allow a fast electrical connection, with a cage clamp free-tool wiring system. This fan filter is also available in IP55 and Type 3R versions for indoor and outdoor applications with harsh environmental conditions. The FF EMC series fan filters, on the other hand, offer adequate protection against the requirements of electromagnetic compatibility.
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Virdis GF series fan filters
The GF series Virdis filter unit is characterized by an innovative fastening system with jacks, which accomodate both plastic and plate enclosures with thick wall applications (up to 16 mm). This series offers the advantage of quick external installation without extra drilling and a quick filter replacement through the hinged protection guard.
Virdis FPF Series fan filters
The Virdis FPF series fan filter has low external profile and are easy to mount on standard panel cutouts thanks to a snap-on assembly. It is also available in the optional EMC versions, for electromagnetic compatibility, and IP55, for installations in locations subject to atmospheric or difficult conditions.
Virdis TP series roof exhaust units
TP series roof exhaust units are an excellent alternative to classical fan filters, when the electrical cabinet is installed in confined spaces. It dissipates hot air that is extracted from the top of the enclosure. The TP series, with plastic structure and aluminum top, can be provided with an exhaust filter for either convection cooling or forced air cooling in combination with a fan.
Virdis orientable fan series
The Virdis orientable fan is designed to eliminate located hot spots and ensure a uniform distribution of heat inside the cabinet. It often happens that in a pre-existing enclosures, some components overheat, but it is impossible to find enough space to install a fan near to, oriented in the right position. When combined with an active system such as an air conditioner or an air exchanger, the Virdis orientable fan optimizes the distribution of the hot spot and improves heat exchange between the various components.
FPFA Adapters for fan filters
How to increase space inside the cabinet without having to resize the fan and its power? The solution is the Fandis FPFA Adapter: a plastic frame that allows the fan assembly to be mounted in a semi-recessed position in the electrical cabinet, thus reducing its interior size.
Stainless steel cover for Virdis series
The SSC stainless steel cover is particularly suitable for outdoor applications or in the Food & Beverage industry because it increases the degree of protection of FF or GF fan filters sytems. It’s designed to withstand strong water jets or detergents used in sanitation of food plants or external solid bodies (IP56).
Does the outdoor temperature outside the enclosure often exceed 40°C and a fan filter unit is not enough? Discover our Bordos range of air conditioners, thermoelectric units and heat exchangers for electrical enclosure.
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