3 ways to create effective and energy-efficient climate control solutions

Oct. 25, 2016
Pursuing savings and efficiency in cooling can reduce one of the largest expenditures in many installations.

Finding ways to do more with less has transformed energy efficiency from a “green business” luxury to an operational necessity. All operations seek ways to increase energy and cost savings without hurting productivity.

Enclosures, housing the sophisticated, sensitive electronics and drives, protect them from the rugged environments and ambient conditions they are deployed in. It is imperative that these enclosures be cooled to ensure proper performance and avoid heat-related downtime.

Creating effective and energy-efficient climate control solutions for industrial applications consists of three key phases—design, installation, and operation.

To learn more, read "Maintaining energy efficient enclosure climate control" from Control.

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