Air conditioner for harsh and corrosive environments

Pentair’s Hoffman Proair air conditioners are rated to IP66 and designed for use in harsh and corrosive environments, food and beverage industries, and cooling facilities.

11/02/2015


Pentair’s Hoffman Proair air conditioners, NEMA 4 and NEMA 4x to IP66, for use in harsh and corrosive environments, food and beverage industries, and cooling facilities. Courtesy: PentairPentair's Hoffman Proair air conditioners, NEMA 4 and NEMA 4x to IP66, for use in harsh and corrosive environments, food and beverage industries, and cooling facilities. These air conditioners feature environmentally-friendly RI34a refrigerant and robust compressors with an operating temperature range of -40 to 55 C. The models are compact in size and have various operating voltages of 115, 230, and 460 V and cooling capacities of 400 to 2000 W. The air conditioners are simple to mount on the outside wall of a switchgear or electronics cabinet. Each unit is supplied with a 1:1 scale drilling template for mounting.

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