How to Create Effective, Energy-Efficient Solutions for Enclosure Climate Control

Available On Demand until April 10, 2018

Sensitive electronic components and drives housed within enclosures are the backbone of many industrial applications and can generate a great deal of heat. It is imperative that these enclosures be cooled to avoid heat-related downtime. 

Creating effective and energy-efficient climate control solutions in these applications consists of deftly addressing three key phases: design, installation, and operation. In addition to offering tips for each phase, this Tech Talk examines the roles of filter fans, air conditioners, and air-to-water heat exchangers. It also discusses common mistakes in installation and operation of climate products as well as the latest advancements in enclosure cooling technology. 

This Tech Talk also provides the opportunity for the audience to ask questions.


Eric Corzine, Climate Control Product Manager, Rittal Corporation

Eric Corzine is the Climate Control Product Manager for Rittal. A U.S. Air Force veteran with extensive electronics repair, calibration, and climate product management experience, Eric joined Rittal in 2015. He holds a B.S. in economics from the University of Maryland University College and an MBA from Eastern New Mexico College.

Moderator: Lisa Arrigo, Tech Briefs Media Group

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