Ven­ti­la­tion con­trol cab­i­nets pro­vide a high lev­el of safe­ty when work­ing with the ven­ti­la­tion sys­tem. Their main pur­pose is to auto­mate the con­trol of mod­ern ven­ti­la­tion units. The instal­la­tion of such cab­i­nets makes it pos­si­ble to ensure opti­mal tem­per­a­ture and humid­i­ty con­di­tions, mon­i­tor the con­di­tion of fil­ters, mon­i­tor the over­all per­for­mance of the sys­tem, avoid­ing emer­gency sit­u­a­tions. The cab­i­net can work with any type of ven­ti­la­tion, it can be used to set any para­me­ters and then main­tain them sta­bly for an unlim­it­ed time. Para­me­ters can be changed from the remote con­trol, or using spe­cial soft­ware for this.

What is a ventilation control cabinet?

The stan­dard design of the ven­ti­la­tion cab­i­net con­tains both the pow­er sec­tion and the con­trol ele­ments.

The tasks that the ventilation control cabinet solves:

  • main­tains a sta­ble pow­er sup­ply;
  • dis­trib­utes pow­er lines with dif­fer­ent volt­ages to dif­fer­ent pads;
  • smooth­ly con­nect the fans, and then con­trol the rota­tion speed;
  • pre­vent over­heat­ing of the equip­ment, pro­tects against over­loads, does not allow short cir­cuit.

There are two options for the oper­a­tion of the ven­ti­la­tion cab­i­net:

sum­mer, in which the out­door tem­per­a­ture is not mon­i­tored, and on duty. In stand­by mode, the air tem­per­a­ture is con­stant­ly mon­i­tored, and when it falls below the per­mis­si­ble lev­el, the con­trol auto­mat­i­cal­ly switch­es to pro­tec­tion mode.

Types of ventilation cabinets

The design fea­tures of the cab­i­nets are deter­mined by the fea­tures of the ven­ti­la­tion sys­tem and relat­ed equip­ment:

  • cab­i­net for smoke exhaust and ven­ti­la­tion sys­tem removes smoke auto­mat­i­cal­ly, con­trols smoke detec­tors. Usu­al­ly inside such a cab­i­net there is a trans­former that con­verts cur­rents. For emer­gency shut­down in the event of an emer­gency, there are spe­cial but­tons. This design is opti­mal when it is nec­es­sary to con­trol tem­per­a­ture rise and the appear­ance of smoke;
  • sup­ply ven­ti­la­tion sys­tem con­trol cab­i­net. Such devices are prac­ti­cal, mul­ti­func­tion­al, and are used to auto­mate floor and sus­pend­ed instal­la­tions. In addi­tion, they can be installed to auto­mat­i­cal­ly adjust any type of water cool­ing;
  • ven­ti­la­tion cab­i­nets for units with a heat exchang­er have not only tem­per­a­ture sen­sors, but also pro­tec­tion against con­den­sate for­ma­tion. The design pro­vides pro­tec­tive devices against too high or low tem­per­a­tures;
  • with plate heat exchang­er. This ven­ti­la­tion con­trol cab­i­net is easy to set up. It is equipped with reli­able dampers that iso­late from out­side tem­per­a­tures, recir­cu­la­tion pumps, a con­dens­ing unit, and a com­pres­sor.

Installation rules

In our cat­a­logue:
Con­trol boards

Ven­ti­la­tion cab­i­nets are installed in an elec­tri­cal con­trol room or in a con­trol room. The steel case has an IP31 pro­tec­tion class, while plas­tic cas­es have an IP45 pro­tec­tion class. When installing, you must fol­low the safe­ty rules: install the cab­i­net away from sources of dust, heat and mois­ture. The sim­ple cab­i­net lay­out requires only min­i­mal main­te­nance. It is enough to check the con­di­tion of the insu­la­tion and cables once every six months, and the ser­vice­abil­i­ty of the ground­ing is checked at the same fre­quen­cy.

For the selec­tion and instal­la­tion of a ven­ti­la­tion cab­i­net, you should con­tact spe­cial­ists.

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