Freestanding Computer Enclosures

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The Importance of Thermal Management Maintenance

When deploying computer, rack, monitor, or printer enclosures in a factory or industrial setting, thermal management (air conditioners, filtered fan systems, heat exchangers, etc.) should be considered to exponentially prolong the life of the chosen electronics. Once thermal management is installed on (or in) the enclosure, it is important to check and maintain the system […]

Senior Flexonics Pathway – Computer Enclosure

Senior Flexonics Pathway was in search of a mobile, industrial computer enclosure for its workers. COMPANY SYNOPSIS: In business since 1902, Senior Flexonics Pathway (SFP) has two locations in the United States: New Braunfels, Texas and Lewiston, Maine. According to SFPathway.com, the company has been a pioneer in delivering solutions to movements in high pressure and […]

Puratos Corporation – Computer Enclosures

Puratos Corporation was in need of computer enclosures for their plants. COMPANY SYNOPSIS: Puratos is an international company, which has been in business for almost 100 years, dating back to its original founding in Brussels, Belgium. The American corporate headquarters are in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, with additional locations in New Jersey, Oregon, Wisconsin, California, […]

Engineered Software Products – Printer Enclosure

Engineered Software Products (ESP) scoured the Internet in search of industrial printer enclosures. COMPANY SYNOPSIS: Engineered Software Products (ESP) began operation over 29 years ago as a traditional control systems integrator providing PLC, HMI, and plant floor information management solutions. Ten years ago, ESP expanded its capabilities and added engineered power solutions to its provisions, […]

3 Reasons to Add Cooling to Computer Enclosures

When installing electronics in a heavy-duty, NEMA rated computer enclosure, a cooling thermal management unit (air conditioner, filtered fan system, vortex cooling unit, heat exchanger) should be considered. Expensive equipment (like computers, thermal printers, LCD monitors and other related peripherals) can overheat inside of a sealed pc enclosure, thus causing electronics to cease working or, at the […]

Industrial Computer Enclosures vs. Industrial Computers

Multiple challenges exist when deploying computer equipment in a manufacturing environment. Extreme temperature fluctuations, dust, dirt, grease and splashing fluids are threatening for expensive electronics. Prior to implementing electronics on the plant floor, the system designer has the option of specifying an industrially hardened computer or an aptly sealed industrial computer enclosure to be used with […]