Motor and Drive manufacturers face a dilemma when trying to cool large motors or drives. As their equipment size increases, the heat output increases at a much faster rate than the physical size of the equipment.
This means that removing the heat requires a more efficient solution. This is an even more difficult proposition when the environment for the equipment location requires isolation from ambient air or if water for cooling is not available.
Munters has over 40 years of experience selling coolers to motor and drive manufacturers. Munters systems use an air-to-air heat exchanger, which transfers the heat from the inside of the equipment to ambient, while maintaining a totally sealed system, extending the life of the equipment. There is no need for water, making the system more robust and allowing for remote installations. Munters offers custom designed equipment coolers engineered to provide the required cooling and adapt to the specific equipment and job requirements.
Munters makes the process painless with quick response times, complete quote packages, and competitive pricing. Munters uses its combined 100 years of sales experience dealing with the industry and its specific needs to provide its customers with the right solution at the right price.
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Protection of Electronics
Many semi-conductor and electronics operations require closely controlled dry conditions. The presence of excessive humidity / moisture causes corrosion of 'circuit points', condensation on a microchip's circuit surface and improper adhesion of photoresists causing operational failure of the semi-conductor.Read more
R&D Labs and Clean Rooms
Munters dehumidification solutions in laboratories, clean rooms and laminar flow cabinets ensure that the relative humidity is kept constant, regardless the ambient conditions.Read more
When water evaporates it becomes water vapour. When this comes into contact with cool surfaces, condensation drips onto walls, ceilings and productsRead more
Corrosion, or the oxidation of metal, is heavily influenced by the presence of moisture in the air.Read more
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