In our annual Cooling Capabilities Chart on Low Temperature Heat Transfer Fluids, we have compiled all the data you need to choose a fluid for low temperature heat transfer fluid processes.
September 15, 2016
When choosing which low temperature heat transfer fluid to use for your process, data such as density, film coefficient, viscosity, pour point and thermal conductivity need to be taken into consideration.
Uncontrolled high temperatures in an electronic enclosure can overheat sensitive electronics and lead to component failures. Inadequately controlled enclosure cooling can lead to condensation that can cause corrosion as well as component and battery failure. Effective enclosure cooling maintains the temperature between these two extremes.
Industrial electrical and electronic equipment as well as components typically are housed in electrical enclosures designed to provide protection from the external environment. These components and equipment are sensitive to temperature changes, and at high temperatures, a number of issues can arise.