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QuestionsCategory: Questions - Chris LloydCan you fit ventilation systems in your enclosures?
Lea Spencer asked 8 months ago

Hello, 
Can anyone answer if its possible to fit a ventilation system inside one of your enclosures? 
Thanks

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Best Answer
Chris Lloyd Staff answered 8 months ago

Hello Lea,

Great question!

Ventilation systems play a crucial role in electrical enclosures. They prevent the formation and build-up of condensation as well as temperature increase within the structure. In this way, ventilation elements actively protect the electrical equipment within an enclosure from water and effectively meet IP65 requirements. In addition, they can reduce the risk of overheating, optimising the electrical equipment service life.
To avoid moisture and heating accumulation, Spelsberg developed an innovative Air-Technology setup. This is automatically integrated in our AK range of distributors, but is also available for other enclosures, including existing installations where it can be easily retrofitted.
Spelsberg’s Air-Technology is composed of air exchangers that transport condensate out of the enclosure whilst also allowing the interior air to mix constantly with the environmental air. As a result, users can rely on highly reliable and robust solutions that combat moisture accumulation whilst maintaining an optimal internal temperature.
To learn more about our AK range of enclosures and their Air-Technology system, visit: https://www.spelsberg.co.uk/onepager/ak-the-distribution-board/
For additional information about our air ventilation elements and retrofitting solutions, visit: https://www.spelsberg.com/news/news-press/detail/bel-air-ventilation-element-for-retrofitting/
You can use our product finder tool to scroll through Spelsberg’s range of ventilation plugs and other elements: https://www.spelsberg.com/product-finder/
If you have additional questions or would like an enclosure featuring bespoke air ventilation system, please feel free to send me a private message to discuss the requirements of your intended application.