The EPF-AC-24 from Larson Electronics is a hazardous location cooler that combines a fan and dry mist technology to cool Class 1 Division 2 work areas that do not have access to traditional air conditioning. This portable cooling unit has a thirty-two gallon tank and has two separate water filters to cool the work environment twenty to thirty degrees for up to ten hours.
This portable cooling system will automatically shut off once the water reservoir is empty, so operators do not need to worry about burning the pumps up.
Using dry mist technology, this unit ensures that the work environment stays dry while lowering the ambient temperature.
This unit comes with a twenty-four-inch spark proof aluminum blade and enclosed wire and motors. The cooler is easily transferred with six-inch wheels and is powered by a twenty-foot cord terminated in an explosion proof plug.
Measuring 66 inches tall-by-30 inches wide-by-46 inches deep, this lightweight evaporative cooling unit can reach an evaporation zone of five to ten feet.
With a fan unit running at twenty-six miles per hour, this portable misting unit can chill down any industrial or commercial space in need of a cool down. One tank can easily last an entire work shift so there is no need for messy hose connections running throughout the work space.
It is designed to be self-maintaining, therefore operators will not need to interrupt their work to replace pads or clean the nozzles. The EPF-AC-24 hazardous location evaporative cooling unit is easy to move around with its quick connect crane pick-eye and its powder coated steel tubing frame ensures minimal rusting and longevity.
“Our new hazardous location coolers can cool the work area by fifteen to twenty degrees while providing air movement over fifty feet away from the unit,” said Rob Bresnahan with Larsonelectronics.com. “The unit is mounted to a portable cart that is equipped with six-inch wheels for moving the unit from one area of the work space to another. It is also equipped with a pick-eye so it can be relocated by a crane.”