Electronics cooling units

Electronics cooling units product range - commercial climate control solutions by Dantherm Group
Dantherm Flexibox 810-900 – free cooling unit
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Free cooling

Free cooling is cost-effective controlled ventilation – the telecom shelter or enclosure is cooled by means of ambient air without a compressor.

Dantherm DC 450 – dc air conditioning unit
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DC air conditioning unit

Dantherm’s DC air-conditioners are slimline true DC air-conditioners for energy-efficient cooling in telecom networks.

Dantherm TKS 60 – high capacity free cooling unit
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High-capacity free cooling

TKS 60 is high-capacity free air cooling designed to control the internal environment of communication shelters using a minimum of energy.

Dantherm DFC 350-450 – displacement free cooling unit
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Displacement free cooling

The Dantherm DFC 350 and 450 are slim passive cooling units utilising the displacement free air cooling technology.

Dantherm DC 3500 – dc split air conditioning unit
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DC split air-conditioning

The Dantherm DC Split air-conditioner is a high-efficiency, purely DC-powered split air conditioner for Telecom networks

Dantherm AirMaze II – air vent weather protection
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Air vent weather protection

AirMaze is a compact air path protection capable of removing wind-driven water and sand particles from even high air speed applications.

Dantherm AirMaze Panel I & III – air vent weather protection
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Air vent weather protection

AirMaze is a compact air path protection capable of removing wind-driven water and sand particles from even high air speed applications.

Why choose electronics cooling units?

Thermal management is one of the most prominent challenges communication technology faces today. As electronic systems become smaller and more powerful, the work required to keep these vital electronic components cool only increases.

If heat sources go unregulated or the cooling techniques in use are insufficient, the temperatures within server rooms and electronic shelters can rise quickly. While every piece of computing and communication equipment is built to different standards, long enough exposure to heat can put any device in jeopardy, leading to avoidable damage and costly downtime.

Of course, the damage that these electronic components sustain is not binary – as heat fluctuates, systems tend to operate slower as components limit the energy they use when exposed to high temperatures. Additionally, poor thermal design can shorten the lifecycle of equipment, causing it to wear down much faster.

To keep electronic devices operating at their full potential for as long as possible, it is important to implement a capable active or passive cooling system that can stabilise temperatures inside by increasing the flow rate of cool air across critical technology.

There are many different methods our electronic cooling solutions utilise to fulfil this task, including forced convection, air-conditioning and free cooling. However, the end goal of our industrial electronics cooling technology is the same:

  • Regulate the temperature of electronics effectively in climates the world over
  • Provide a sustainable cooling solution that uses as little energy as possible
  • Act as a reliable and dependable system for years to come

Want to know more about our electronics cooling units? Get in touch today.

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