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Ice Qube Inc
The EV Evolution series standard features include full UL certification on all options, a compact foot print which makes this unit fit for smaller cabinets. Industries and applications include, automation control panels, electrical control panels, distributed antenna systems, and more.
ATEX and IECEx air conditioners for purged and nonpurged enclosure systems are certified by UL/DEMCO for ATEX/IECEx Zone 1 & 2.
Four new models have been UL approved, while some models have been discontinued.
Ice Qube has contracted with Siemens Building Technologies to provide in-field support for our cooling systems. This service option will be included on all Ice Qube cooling systems at no additional charge during the warranty period.
Convoluted core heat exchangers with cross flow and counter flow provide as much as 55 watts/ºF of closed-loop heat removal capacity. A powerful fan is used to draw the heated air, created by the enclosed electronic equipment, over the heat-absorbing convoluted core.
Enclosure Air Conditioners cool from the top or bottom. Bottom cool air flow units provide more flexibility and increased efficiency in cooling enclosed electronics when the heat source is concentrated in the lower portion of the enclosure.
The IQ800FP is rated at 860 CFM of free air, making it suitable for enclosure cooling applications where the ambient temperature is lower than the desired internal temperature of the enclosure and the environment surrounding the enclosure is not harsh.
Patent # 6643130 was issued November 4, 2003. This design eliminates the threat of water damage to enclosed electronics even in work areas that require direct hose wash down. The system includes both an inlet air unit and exhaust air unit. Features include: Patented internal air channel design blocks liquid from being [...]
Ice Qube, Inc. Is Pleased To Announce Its UL Listed and Entela Certified Explosion Proof Air Conditioners.
Ice Qube has taken our line of industrial closed loop air conditioners and designed and manufactured them to meet UL standards and Entela standards for explosive environments in Class I, Division 2, Groups C & D and in Groups B, C & D in models ranging from 2200 BTUs to 20,000 BTUs. These two categories cover [...]