SAUGET, IL ‚â€“ Trends in technology continue to demand smaller and faster electronics that require high-performance equipment. Shrinking electronics have allowed Universal Air Filter to offer its clients a multi-cooling chamber air filter designed for directional control of cool air from a single fan source to specific locations within the machine needing heat dissipation.
Previously, smaller electronic devices promoted an increased use of multiple circuit packs in a single enclosure, and multiple functions that were incorporated into a single, integrated chassis made thermal management more complex. The advanced multi-cooling chamber approach now allows the product to isolate specific areas for cooling, permitting a one-piece assembly to have several different areas that require cool air and that can be offset two-dimensionally. Also, if multiple vents require filtration, this design‚â€™s one-frame piece allows for easy installation and the multi-chamber cooling ports permit clean, cool air to be channeled to specific areas.
The multi-cooling chamber air filter is available under UAF‚â€™s complimentary, round-the-clock prototype service to design engineers worldwide via its Web site, www.uaf.com. The prototype service provides design engineers with assistance in meeting critical design, testing and evaluation deadlines for multi-cooling chamber media that is used in power generation, military, medical, computer networking and telecom applications. To receive a prototype, the engineer can submit a request on the Internet or via telephone, fax or e-mail. Once the prototype is submitted, it is produced and shipped within five working days.
Universal Air Filter‚â€™s multi-cooling chamber media meets the following standards and classifications: UL 94 HF-1; ATCA; UL 900 Class 2; CE Telcordia NEBS GR-78-CORE and GR-63-CORE; micro TCA; ETSI; and are RoHS Compliant.
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