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INTERTEC- Protecting Field-Based Equipment in Harsh Conditions for 50 Years White Papers

INTERTEC- Protecting Field-Based Equipment in Harsh Conditions for 50 Years

Intertec: Passively-Cooled Shelters for Remote Equipment in Hot and Arid Climates The reliability of electronics equipment is dramatically shortened if it operates in very hot conditions, which is why much electronic equipment incorporates fan cooling. Equipment builders designing for arid climates have always faced considerable environmental protection problems. Traditional cooling techniques require a power supply, which often poses severe difficulties. The problem is growing bigger as the topology of SCADA evolves towards more distributed and unmanned systems, and new solutions are being sought. Although solar cells and DC powered air conditioning techniques are making progress, their relative lack of efficiency, together with the problems of battery lifecycles in hot climates, continues to make environmental protection complicated and expensive.
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INTERTEC: Protecting Instrumentation in Extreme Climates Many locations for field-based process instrumentation equipment in Eurasia can present the most extreme climatic conditions. Providing high quality environmental protection for such applications benefits greatly from experience. Download this free white paper from Intertec to find out more.
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Fire Protection for Process Valves by INTERTEC The continued operation of valves during the early stages of a fire event in an oil, gas or chemical facility is usually a critical element of response strategies, in order to stop the process from feeding the flames with large quantities of flammable materials. Hydrocarbon-based fires in particular present a major problem for plant designers, as the rate of temperature rise in a fire can be extreme, reaching over 1,000ºC within a few minutes. Download this free white paper from Intertec to find out more.
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