Thermal management fan for harsh aerospace environments introduced by AMETEK Rotron

WOODSTOCK, N.Y., 4 April 2016. AMETEK Rotron Inc. in Woodstock, N.Y., is introducing a high-output version of its MIL-XTM Tubeaxial electronics cooling fan that is optimized for heat sink and heat exchanger thermal management applications in harsh military, aerospace, and industrial environments.

Apr 4th, 2016
By Intelligent Aerospace staff
By Intelligent Aerospace staff

WOODSTOCK, N.Y., 28 March 2016. AMETEK Rotron Inc. in Woodstock, N.Y., is introducing a high-output version of its MIL-XTM Tubeaxial electronics cooling fan that is optimized for heat sink and heat exchanger thermal management applications in harsh military, aerospace, and industrial environments.

The long-life fan delivers 450 cubic feet of air per minute at 1 inch of water gauge pressure or 350 cubic feet of air per minute at 2 inches of water gauge pressure.

The fan can cool electronic devices and equipment racks in mission- and personnel-critical airborne, land-based, and seaborne applications. Several fans can stack to meet high-flow requirements.

The fan has advanced composite propeller material, shock-proof construction that meets Mil-S-901, reverse polarity protection, and over-voltage protection.

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Optional features make the fan suitable for round or flat-case mounting options, EMI filter, immersion protection, performance sensor, analog speed control, and custom finishes.

For more information contact AMETEK Rotron online at www.rotron.com.

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