Pfannenberg Thermal Management Solutions

Pfannenberg Thermal Management Solutions
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Thermal Management Solutions
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Main Catalog · Edition 13
Thermal Management Solutions
ELECTRO-TECHNOLOGY FOR INDUSTRY
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ELECTRO-TECHNOLOGY FOR INDUSTRY
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Introduction
New Products
DTS 34X1 Cooling Units
12,000 - 17,000 Btu/h range pages 37, 63 & 83
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Available in Type 12, NEMA Type 3R/4, and NEMA Type 4/4X
Cutout sizes same as existing DTS 33X1
Dual condenser fans to provide partial redundancy
Designed to meet 2014 ERP European Standards
PWS 3000 Advantage Series Air/Water Heat Exchangers
650 - 10,000 W range pages 119-134
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UL 484 Listed, category ACVS, UL file #SA10300, CE approved for European use
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Maintenance-free design can be installed internally or externally
Maintains a UL Tested NEMA Type 12/3R/4 seal against enclosure
(NEMA Type 4X with stainless option)
Easy to mount seal, no elaborate reworking of the mounting cut-out
Integrated thermostat and solenoid valve for temperature control
Integrated temperature monitoring with alarm contact
Casing available with powder coat (RAL 7035) or
stainless steel (with #3 polish)
CC Chillers
1100 - 7200 W range pages 111-112
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Packaged outdoor-rated chiller
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Service friendly design allows access via hinged front panel
For cooling water, water/glycol mixtures
Rugged construction - galvanized steel with
polyester powder coat finish.
Many optional features
Air/Air Heat Exchangers
Filterfans 4.0™
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Reduced energy
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NEMA Type protection
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Patented tool-less 4 corner
fastening system
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Highest system airflow in
industry
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300% longer service time
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20 - 100 W/K
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Passive cooling with complete separation
of ambient & internal air
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Partially recessed design for profile
mounting
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Independently adjustable alarm
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Compatible with cutout for recessed air
conditioners
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Table of Contents
Introduction
About Pfannenberg.......................................................................................................................3
Thermal Management of Electrical Enclosures...................................................................5
The Technology of Cooling.........................................................................................................9
Cooling Units..........................................................................................................................13
About Cooling Units....................................................................................................................... 15
DTS Indoor NEMA Type 12 Side Mount Cooling Units....................................................17
COOL DTT Top Mounted Cooling Units............................................................................41
DTS Outdoor Type 3R/4 Cooling Units..................................................................................47
DTS Washdown 4/4X Cooling Units.......................................................................................67
COOL DTI Side Mount Cooling Units ................................................................................87
Water Cooled Cooling Units..................................................................................................101
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Chillers......................................................................................................................................105
About Chillers.............................................................................................................................106
Rack Series...................................................................................................................................110
CC Chillers....................................................................................................................................111
EB Series (water)........................................................................................................................113
PWW...............................................................................................................................................117
Air/Water Heat Exchangers.....................................................................................119
About Air/Water Heat Exchangers......................................................................................120
PWS 3000 Advantage Series Air/Water Heat Exchangers...........................................123
Air/Air Heat Exchangers............................................................................................135
About Air/Air Heat Exchangers............................................................................................137
Air/Air Heat Exchangers..........................................................................................................139
Filterfans 4.0™ ....................................................................................................................145
About Filterfans 4.0™ and Exhaust Filters.........................................................................147
Filterfans 4.0™ and Exhaust Filters........................................................................................149
Slim Line Filterfans 4.0™ ........................................................................................155, 167-170
3rd Generation / Filterfans® Comparison............................................................................171
Filterfans 4.0™ for Roof Mounting.......................................................................................173
EMC Series Filterfans 4.0™ ......................................................................................................175
Accessories..................................................................................................................................176
Heaters and Thermostats.........................................................................................177
About Heaters and Thermostats..........................................................................................179
FLH Mini Radiant Heaters.......................................................................................................181
FLH Radiant Heaters.................................................................................................................182
FLH Surface Temperature-Limited Radiant Heaters.....................................................183
FLH Fan Heaters.........................................................................................................................184
FLH-TF Fan Heaters with Thermostat.................................................................................185
FLZ Thermostats.......................................................................................................................186
Service.......................................................................................................................................189
Commissioning & Training.....................................................................................................190
Research & Development.......................................................................................................191
Bringing New Products to Market.......................................................................................192
Parts................................................................................................................................................193
Global Service.............................................................................................................................194
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Introduction
What is
The Pfannenberg Advantage™ follows a results-driven, four-step process that begins and ends with the user.
It's a value proposition which provides solutions to problems encountered by the automation user (plant)
that are associated with thermal management products. It allows Pfannenberg to take the experience
gained in supplying these products to the machine builder and extend it to the point of use where it can be
applied to meet specific challenges, and/or to take advantage of specific opportunities.
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Factory and field personnel work together to develop
an application-specific solution using the best products and
practices available to meet process requirements.
Step Three: ROI Analysis
Savings associated with energy usage, maintenance, “up-time”, etc.
are quantified and compared to total project costs
to verify solution feasibility.
Step Four: Fulfillment
The complete solution is implemented through the
coordinated efforts of an experienced team of factory
engineers and local partners, from installation,
commissioning & training to preventative
maintenance & lifecycle service.
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Pfannenberg’s field engineering team visits
the facility to meet with plant personnel and
survey the application in order to fully understand
specific thermal management challenges.
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Pfannenberg is your reliable and competent partner when it comes to industrial
thermal management and process cooling. Few companies in the world can
supply you from one source like Pfannenberg - because we develop and produce
products ourselves. Many of our products have set milestones in thermal
management technology such as our Filterfans® . For better understanding of our
customer needs in various industry groups as well as all regional requirements we
have development centers in all major regions of the world. For you, this means
the security of always being able to benefit from innovative devices of the latest
generation.
As you look through this catalog, you may notice the Sharing Competence motto
and wonder what this means to you as a member of Pfannenberg's value chain.
The skills and experiences of each of us results in a wealth of knowledge: product
and process knowledge alike. Every day we acquire further skills and have new
experiences. Whether you are a member of our supply chain, a value-added
partner or our customer, sharing this knowledge helps to understand and fulfill
everyone's needs to result in successful partnerships.
But furthermore to be a product supplier Pfannenberg looks to be your thermal
management engineering team. We provide solutions to your complex problems
by using tools like our free PSS software, complete engineering validation of your
system using our CF Design program and providing a Test Chamber for theoretical
or physical proof of your design.
Pfannenberg passion is innovation - more than 50% of products sold last year were
less than 5 years old in design. Just this year we have launched a new series of
Chiller, lines of Air Water and Air to Air heat exchanger and completed our line
of Industrial Cooling Units. We are constantly leading our customers to the best
solutions, while being competitive within the global market.
All new developments are designed to safe energy. Each of our new products has
to be energy efficient. Preserving our environment plays a large part in the latest
generation of our devices. We are committed to remaining true to our company
motto: 'Safety for man, machine and the environment!'
With best regards,
Andreas Pfannenberg
CEO
Safety for man, machine
and the environment!
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Introduction
Why reliable thermal management is so
important for your electrical enclosure...
Pfannenberg thermal management products for your electrical enclosures are
much more than just an accessory. In fact, they are basically the backbone of
your entire production process. Trouble-free production is only guaranteed if
the sensitive climate inside your electrical enclosures is maintained. Even the
slightest overheating of the electronic component units can result in serious
consequences such as production downtime, and premature aging of parts.
We not only take into account the demands placed on your equipment.
Pfannenberg DTS 3661 Outdoor
Cooling Units (see pg. 65)
As an example, how large are the fluctuations in the ambient temperature?
Is the control cabinet placement in an environment where the air is full of dust or oil? Is the equipment to be
cooled exposed to the weather, i.e. moisture and sunshine? How large are the designated dimensions of the
required cooling units? Once these questions have been clarified completely, Pfannenberg supplies you with
highly efficient thermal solutions that guarantee the highest degree of safety and energy efficiency.
Air/Water Heat Exchanger
from the New Pfannenberg PWS 3000 Advantage Series
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from the New Pfannenberg DTS 34X1 Series
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Why should you trust in Pfannenberg?
As our Filterfan 4.0™ slogan goes, "trust in the original", Pfannenberg has been helping our customers increase
the safety of their machines and people for almost 60 years.
Pfannenberg provides solutions to complex thermal management problems with a broad array of products
including cooling units, chillers, air to water, air to air heat exchangers, Filterfans®, heaters and thermostats.
Many of our products are industry leaders in energy efficiency and performance. Our international service
centers and partners provide complete support throughout the life of our equipment trust your machine to
Pfannenberg!
Partially recessed cooling units
from the Pfannenberg DTI series
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Introduction
Determine the correct thermal management products
When can Filterfans® be used?
If the ambient temperature is always lower than the temperature required in the electrical
enclosure, then Filterfans® represent an economical solution for thermal management of
electrical enclosures.
Important for the use of Filterfans®:
Use Filterfans® to force the surrounding air into the electrical enclosure, so that a slight
overpressure builds up inside the enclosure. The surrounding air enters the electrical cabinet
exclusively via the Filterfans® , which ensures that it is filtered. Install the Filterfans® in the
lower third of the electrical enclosure and the exhaust filter as close to the top as possible.
This assists the natural convection of the air and avoids hot spots within the enclosure.
When are cooling units necessary?
• if cooling cannot be accomplished by the outside air
• if the temperature required inside the electrical cabinet should be
equal to or lower than the ambient temperature
• if the ambient air is strongly contaminated with oil or conductive dusts
• when higher ingress protection is required (Type rating)
Important for the use of cooling units:
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nsure a good supply of air intake and outtake from the external circuit of the cooling unit,
so that thermal energy can be transferred to the surroundings
• the lowest temperature inside the enclosure may not necessarily
be the best. The 35 °C preset by Pfannenberg represents a good
compromise between service life and the accumulation of
condensation.
When must air/water heat exchangers be used?
• if a chilled water supply is available
• if aggressive ambient air restricts the use of conventional cooling units
• if a very high IP class is required (up to IP 65)
• if a maintenance-free cooling unit is required
• if energy efficiency is considered at a plant level concern
When must air/air heat exchangers be used?
• if the panel temperature is allowed to be higher than the maximum ambient temperature
• if vapors, particulates or other foreign materials in the environment that must not be allowed to penetrate the enclosure.
• important for air/air: Air to air units have performances that are rated on the difference in temperature between the ambient and enclosure. This makes this solution ideal for equip-
ment that can take high temperatures or systems in environments with modern ambients.
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Combined use as a system solution
Air/water heat exchangers and Chillers
The combination of air/water heat exchangers and chillers offers an ideal
system solution for the cooling of your processes, machines and controllers.
All cooling tasks in a system or machine and also on a control cabinet can
be taken care of simply and economically via a closed pipeline system.
• t hrough the highly economical supply of water as the cooling medium for
the air conditioning of control cabinets with air/water heat exchangers
• a nd 100% independence from the ambient temperature at the installation
location
Filterfans and Thermostats
With a combination of filterfans and thermostats you can additionally
achieve energy savings, material and time plus a significantly longer service
life. This results in an optimised environmental balance as well as greater
reliability of your production process:
• t hrough reduced energy consumption and improvement of the filterfan
efficiency
• through the reduction of the time required for cleaning the filter mats
• t hrough a reduction in the consumption of filter mats
Thermostats, Hygrostats and Heaters
Electrical enclosure heaters in combination with thermostats and
hygrostats ensure that the correct temperature is always available. In
addition to savings on energy and, therefore, a better environmental
balance, the combination of heaters with thermostats and hygrostats offers
greater reliability of the production process:
• t hrough pinpoint distribution and constant temperatures in the electrical
enclosure
• t hrough reduced energy consumption and improvement of the heater
efficiency
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The Technology of Cooling...
Due to the increasing automation of processes, electrotechnical components are used more and more. Therefore,
the development of warmth inside the cabinet increases.
The diagram below shows the effects of the increased
heat load on random components’ service life. The process
reliability and keeping service intervals within an economic
framework are special challenges thermal management of
control cabinets is faced with special challenges such as
process reliability and keeping service intervals within an
economic framework. Therefore, the choice of the cooling
method can be pivotal with regards to it’s advantages.
Years
semiconductor
electrolyte
condenser
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Three basic cooling methods
hen selecting a cooling method there are three types
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Natural Convection
If there is only a minimal heat loss in your application,
use of louvers or grills with filters can be effective. This
method, however, usually provides less cooling effect than is
necessary with today‘s components.
Forced convection
If the installation will be in a clean, non-hazardous
environment with an acceptable ambient (outside the
enclosure) temperature range, a simple forced-air cooling
system utilizing outside air is usually adequate. Combined
with an air filter, such devices generally meet the heat
removal needs of typical electronic equipment and many
electrical applications. An example of forced convection air
cooling is Filterfans ®.
Closed-loop cooling
In harsh environments involving high temperatures,
wash-down requirements, heavy particulate matter or the
presence of chemicals capable of damaging components
(NEMA 4 or 12 environments), ambient air must be kept
out of the enclosure. Closed-loop cooling consists of two
separate circulation systems. One system seals out the
ambient air, cooling and re-circulating clean, cool air
throughout the enclosure. The second system uses
ambient air or water to remove and discharge the heat.
Example of closed-loop cooling equipment employed with
electronics and process controls are cooling units and heat
exchangers.
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Cooling by natural convection
Cooling with Filterfans®
Rules of thumb:
Rules of thumb:
• limited to roughly + 45 Fahrenheit rise above ambient -
• limited to roughly + 10 Fahrenheit rise above ambient in general, the temperature rise inside the enclosure
would be roughly + 10 Fahrenheit
• multiple configurations possible - Filterfans® can be located in a number of locations within complex
enclosure configurations
• size fans to include static pressure - understanding
how static pressure effects the performance of a fan is
very important when sizing Filterfans®, see chart below!
in general, the temperature rise inside the enclosure
would be roughly + 45 Fahrenheit utilizing natural convection
• no moving parts - by eliminating external fans, you create
a zero maintenance application
• no dirt - utilizing exhaust filters prevents dirt from entering cabinet, dirt can damage electronics as fast as heat!
If the ambient temperature is lower than the temperature inside the electronic cabinet, the dissipated heat
escapes into the atmosphere throughout the surface of the
electronic cabinet. The following simple equation is used
to calculate the level of heat radiated from the electronic
cabinet:
Follow this simple equation for calculating the required airflow:
V=
3.28 (PD)
[cfm]
∆T
• V[cfm]: Airflow volume of Filterfans®
• PD[Watt]: Dissipation loss: Thermal power generated
inside a cabinet by the dissipation loss of components
PR(W) = C x A x ∆T
• ∆T (°F): Difference in temperature between the ambient
and inside the electronic cabinet
• PR[Watt]: Radiation Power: Thermal power radiated from the surface area of the electronic cabinet into the ambience into the electronic cabinet.
•C[W/m2K]: Coefficient of heat transmission:
Radiation power per 1 m2 surface area and is difference in temperature. This constant is determined by the material:
sheet steel - 5.5 W/m2K
stainless steel - 5.5 W/m2K
aluminium - 12.0 W/m2K
plastic - 3.5 W/m2K
• A[m2]: Surface area of electronic cabinet:
Effective surface area of a electronic cabinet measured according to the specifications of VDE 0660, part 500.
• ∆T[K]: Difference between ambient air temperature
and inside air temperature
Model No.
CFM1
CFM2
CFM3
PF11000
36
17
11
PF22000
105
38
28
PF32000
105
65
38
PF42500
121
94
74
PF43000
224
155
122
PF65000
489
297
224
PF66000
1024
462
295
PF 67000
1250
560
368
NOTE: Always calculate cooling capacity of Filterfans® with the
CFM3 value.
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The Technology of Cooling... (continued)
When utilizing Filterfans®
Always use the Filterfans® to propel the cool ambient air
into enclosure. This ensures that slight positive pressure
builds up inside the electronic cabinet in comparison to
the ambience and that only air filtered by the Filterfans®
flows into the enclosure. The air propelled into the cabinet
displaces the warm air which exits through the exhaust
filter. If, however, the air is drawn out of the electronic
cabinet by suction power, unfiltered air can also enter
through poor seals and cable entries.
If you install a combination of Filterfans®/exhaust filter, fit
the Filterfans® in the lower third of the electronic cabinet if
possible. The exhaust filter must be installed as near to the
top as possible to prevent heat pockets in the upper part of
the cabinet.
Install a FLZ 530 thermostat to control your Filterfans®. This
will increase the life of the fan and decrease the amount of
maintenance required to clean the filters.
Cooling with closed loop cooling units
Cooling units are used if:
• the outside air cannot be used for cooling
Rules of thumb:
• the required temperature inside the enclosure should
• only method for reducing cabinet temperature
below ambient - if the ambient temperature is greater
than the target internal temperature of the enclosure,
active cooling is required
• applications from NEMA type 12 to 4x - closed loop
systems can maintain the NEMA type rating of the
cabinet
• designer must size per ambient temperatures - by
utilizing performance charts, be sure to correctly size
your system!
be equal-to or lower-than the required ambient temperature
• the ambient air is extremely oily or dirty
Steps for sizing a cooling unit- Proper selection of a
cooling unit is determined by the following criteria:
• required cooling capacity in Watt
• mounting requirements
(side, integrated or top mount)
• dimensions of cooling unit and enclosure
Pfannenberg cooling units operate on the principle of the
Carnot cycle. This means that the cooling unit functions as a
heat pump that “pumps” the thermal energy transferred from
the electronic cabinet (heat dissipated from the components)
up to a higher level of temperature (the ambient temperature
can reach levels as high as + 55 °C). The air inside the enclosure is cooled down by the evaporator and at the same time
dehumidified.
Follow this simple equation for calculating the required cooling capacity:
PC = PD - PR
PR = C x A x ∆T
• PC[Watt]: Refrigeration capacity of a cooling unit
• C[W/m2K]: Coefficient of heat transmission
• PD[Watt]: Dissipation loss: Thermal power generated inside a cabinet by the dissipation loss of components
• A[m2]: Surface area of electronic cabinet
• PR[Watt]: Radiant heat gain/loss: Heat transfer
through the skin of the enclosure (insulation factor
• ∆T[K]: Difference in temperature between the
ambience and inside the electronic cabinet
not included)
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Utilizing performance curves to
properly size cooling units:
Pfannenberg utilizes the DIN standard 35/35 °C when
rating our cooling units. Many other companies use
50/50 °C, which provides a higher, non-usable value.
Customers should use their own application temperatures
to determine the proper cooling capacity of the system.
Important information when utilizing cooling units:
• the refrigeration capacity should exceed the
dissipation loss from the installed components by
approximately 10%
• the enclosure should be sealed to prevent the inflow
of ambient air
• use the door contact switch to impede operation with
open doors and consequent excessive accumulation
of condensation
• use cooling units with maximum clearance between
air inflow and air outflow to prevent poor circulation
• make sure that the air inflow and air outflow in the
external circuit is not hindered, preventing proper
heat exchanging at the condenser
• when using top-mounted cooling units, make sure
that components with their own fans do not expel
the air directly into the cooling unit‘s cool air outflow.
Make sure unit is level.
• setting the temperature to the lowest setting is not
the optimal solution due to the condensation issues.
The value we have preset on the cooling unit is a
sound compromise between cooling the inside of the
enclosure and the accumulation of condensation.
Cooling with closed loop Air/Air
Heat Exchangers
Air to air heat exchangers are used when the complete
separation between the enclosure and the environment is
required but the internal temperature can be higher than
the ambient. The air to air units have a rating showing how
much hear can be removed based on the difference in the
ambient and the internal temperatures. This is traditionally
rated on W/K which is the watts of heat that the unit can
remove per temperature difference in degree K.
• so a unit rated 100 W/K could remove 1000 Watts
(100 x 10) of heat under these conditions
If temperatures are given in Farenheight, air to air ratings
can be converted from W/K to W/F by dividing by 1.81.
20 W/K = 11W/F
1.81
• max ambient is 35 °C (95 °F) and the max internal
temperature that the system can take is 45 °C (113 °F)
• the temperature difference is 10 °C which is the same as 10K
• if you apply this temperature difference to the rating of the air to air unit you will get the total amount of heat that the item can remove
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