Articles Tagged: ProClima

Can Design Offices Challenge the Limits on the Thermal Specifications of a Project?

Can we really challenge the limits on the specifications of a project? Edwin Hubble predicted for the first time that the Universe has limits and observed that it is expanding… Read more »

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Getting Maximum Reliability out of Onboard Control Panels

OEMs (original equipment manufacturers) export machinery worldwide. They produce different kind of machines for different applications and each project involves new requirements and challenges. Let’s imagine a packing machine designed… Read more »

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A Cold Answer to High and Stringent Cooling Demands

Control panels house the electronics and computer brains of a system. That makes them critical to success of a production line and in other industrial settings. However, their installation requirements… Read more »

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Heaters: A Hot Topic

How many times have you ordered coffee and instantly got what you wanted? Not often, I’d bet. That’s not surprising, since there are 80,0000 ways to drink coffee at the… Read more »

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Secrets of Reliable Ventilation

Want a powerful and energy efficient thermal management solution for a control cabinet? The answer, as Bob Dylan and others have noted, is blowing in the wind. And you can… Read more »

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Outdoor Enclosures: Accounting for People

Increasingly, electrical equipment is installed outdoors to be closer to users, applications and power supplies. Outdoor projects can be located almost anywhere and are exposed to different factors. In the… Read more »

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Outdoor Enclosures: Handling Installation Constraints

In the first of this three part series, I talked about how to account for weather conditions impacting outdoor enclosures. In this post, I’ll cover installation constraints and give you… Read more »

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Outdoor enclosures: Accounting for weather conditions

Climate is what we expect, weather is what we get, according to humorist and author Mark Twain. Builders of outdoor control panel enclosures can benefit from that. By accounting for… Read more »

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Passive Thermal Solutions: Remember, Air is Still Free

Increasingly, panel builders must do more. That’s because facility demands are greater. Facilities – and the panels or cabinets within them – must withstand increasingly severe environmental conditions. That’s true… Read more »

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How to Avoid Spec Bloat in Panel and Cabinet Design Work

It’s no fun operating with one hand tied behind your back. It’s also not smart, as it presents serious limitations. Yet, panel builders and cabinetmakers often effectively do just that… Read more »

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Outdoor Enclosures: Accounting for People

Increasingly, electrical equipment is installed outdoors to be closer to users, applications and power supplies. Outdoor projects can be located almost anywhere and are exposed to different factors. In the… Read more »

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Secrets of Reliable Ventilation

Want a powerful and energy efficient thermal management solution for a control cabinet? The answer, as Bob Dylan and others have noted, is blowing in the wind. And you can… Read more »

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Passive Thermal Solutions: Remember, Air is Still Free

Increasingly, panel builders must do more. That’s because facility demands are greater. Facilities – and the panels or cabinets within them – must withstand increasingly severe environmental conditions. That’s true… Read more »

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Heaters: A Hot Topic

How many times have you ordered coffee and instantly got what you wanted? Not often, I’d bet. That’s not surprising, since there are 80,0000 ways to drink coffee at the… Read more »

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Outdoor enclosures: Accounting for weather conditions

Climate is what we expect, weather is what we get, according to humorist and author Mark Twain. Builders of outdoor control panel enclosures can benefit from that. By accounting for… Read more »

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Outdoor Enclosures: Handling Installation Constraints

In the first of this three part series, I talked about how to account for weather conditions impacting outdoor enclosures. In this post, I’ll cover installation constraints and give you… Read more »

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Getting Maximum Reliability out of Onboard Control Panels

OEMs (original equipment manufacturers) export machinery worldwide. They produce different kind of machines for different applications and each project involves new requirements and challenges. Let’s imagine a packing machine designed… Read more »

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Can Design Offices Challenge the Limits on the Thermal Specifications of a Project?

Can we really challenge the limits on the specifications of a project? Edwin Hubble predicted for the first time that the Universe has limits and observed that it is expanding… Read more »

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How to Avoid Spec Bloat in Panel and Cabinet Design Work

It’s no fun operating with one hand tied behind your back. It’s also not smart, as it presents serious limitations. Yet, panel builders and cabinetmakers often effectively do just that… Read more »

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A Cold Answer to High and Stringent Cooling Demands

Control panels house the electronics and computer brains of a system. That makes them critical to success of a production line and in other industrial settings. However, their installation requirements… Read more »

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Secrets of Reliable Ventilation

Want a powerful and energy efficient thermal management solution for a control cabinet? The answer, as Bob Dylan and others have noted, is blowing in the wind. And you can… Read more »

1 Comment

A Cold Answer to High and Stringent Cooling Demands

Control panels house the electronics and computer brains of a system. That makes them critical to success of a production line and in other industrial settings. However, their installation requirements… Read more »

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Getting Maximum Reliability out of Onboard Control Panels

OEMs (original equipment manufacturers) export machinery worldwide. They produce different kind of machines for different applications and each project involves new requirements and challenges. Let’s imagine a packing machine designed… Read more »

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Can Design Offices Challenge the Limits on the Thermal Specifications of a Project?

Can we really challenge the limits on the specifications of a project? Edwin Hubble predicted for the first time that the Universe has limits and observed that it is expanding… Read more »

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How to Avoid Spec Bloat in Panel and Cabinet Design Work

It’s no fun operating with one hand tied behind your back. It’s also not smart, as it presents serious limitations. Yet, panel builders and cabinetmakers often effectively do just that… Read more »

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Passive Thermal Solutions: Remember, Air is Still Free

Increasingly, panel builders must do more. That’s because facility demands are greater. Facilities – and the panels or cabinets within them – must withstand increasingly severe environmental conditions. That’s true… Read more »

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Outdoor enclosures: Accounting for weather conditions

Climate is what we expect, weather is what we get, according to humorist and author Mark Twain. Builders of outdoor control panel enclosures can benefit from that. By accounting for… Read more »

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Outdoor Enclosures: Handling Installation Constraints

In the first of this three part series, I talked about how to account for weather conditions impacting outdoor enclosures. In this post, I’ll cover installation constraints and give you… Read more »

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Outdoor Enclosures: Accounting for People

Increasingly, electrical equipment is installed outdoors to be closer to users, applications and power supplies. Outdoor projects can be located almost anywhere and are exposed to different factors. In the… Read more »

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Heaters: A Hot Topic

How many times have you ordered coffee and instantly got what you wanted? Not often, I’d bet. That’s not surprising, since there are 80,0000 ways to drink coffee at the… Read more »

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