Dual hazardous location vortex

The HaxLoc Vortex AC model 7570 cools large enclosures with a 2-stage cooling process and can operate in hazardous environments.


The HaxLoc Vortex AC model 7570 cools large enclosures with a 2-stage cooling process and can operate in hazardous environments. Courtesy: VortecThe HazLoc Vortex A/C model 7570 effectively cools even very large enclosures through a 2-stage cooling process, while conserving compressed air. The UL-certified  Dual HazLoc Vortex A/C model 7570 fills the need for safe cooling in Class I Div 2, Class II Div 2 Types F &G, and Class III hazardous locations. All of Vortec’s HazLoc Vortex A/C units operate in environments up to 175 degrees F. They are designed to cool environments quietly rather than adding to industrial noise with its 62 dBA operation, 78% quieter than typical vortex coolers. The design of the units ensures that no ambient, dirty or humid air enters the cabinet. They require no wiring and can be easily installed in minutes.



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