New Seifert Enclosure Thermal Management Products from AutomationDirect

Oct. 26, 2022

AutomationDirect has added new quality Seifert products to their existing enclosure thermal management lineup. The SlimLine series of enclosure air conditioners is designed for indoor and outdoor use, operating with an internal closed loop system to protect from dust, oil, and water intrusion. These air conditioners offer up to 4,900 BTU/H, high-performance fans, and are constructed of heavy gauge carbon steel.

The SlimLine Vario series air conditioners feature a programmable controller and an adjustable compressor for utmost energy savings. This series provides up to 8,700 BTU/H with Modbus communication for unit monitoring and variable speed control.

An additional Seifert SoliTherm thermoelectric cooler allows for cooling capacities as low as 100 BTUs with up to 680 BTU/H possible with the existing lineup. An external mount frame to fit the new SoliTherm thermoelectric cooler has been added as well.

A variety of Seifert fan hoods are now available with various sizes in carbon or stainless steel, the latter of which includes a food-safe silicone seal. 

The new Seifert air conditioners start at $1,723.00, SoliTherm thermoelectric coolers are priced at $541.00 and fan hoods start at $71.00.

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