Application Videos

  • How To: Installing a Vortex A/C Enclosure Cooler: Vortec's line of Vortex A/C Enclosure Coolers provide our customers with many advantages, one of which is quick and easy installation. A Vortex A/C can be installed on a standard enclosure in about 5 minutes. Thanks to the mechanical thermostat, there is no need to provide electricity to a thermostat or hook up a solenoid valve. This allows you to get the unit up and running in a fraction of the time.
  • Personal Air Conditioning Vests Protect Workers and Improve Productivity: Vortec’s Personal Air Conditioning Vests help protect workers from the dangers of heat stress, cold stress and fatigue while helping improve productivity by reducing or eliminating non-productive cooling and warming work breaks.
  • Air Flow Amplifiers Extract Fumes Quickly and Efficiently: Vortec’s Round Transvector Air Flow Amplifiers extract fumes from welding, automobiles and truck repair, confined spaces and other localized areas. Available in 4 sizes, Air Flow Amplifiers are small and lightweight, easily moved from site to site, and have no motors and no spark hazard.
  • Cold Air Pistol: Vortec’s New Cold Air Pistol spot cools hot bearings after installation on shaft.
  • Dual-Force Drum Pump: The Dual-Force Vac operates in two modes: FILL mode and DISCHARGE mode; and will fill or empty a 55 gallon drum in under two minutes.
  • Frost-Free Cold Air Gun: See how the frost free Cold Air Guns, models 611, 621 & 631, eliminate the mess of frost and condensation.
  • Cold Air Gun In Use: Vortec Cold Air Guns cool the tow (resin impregnated graphite fiber composite tape) to prevent adhesion prior to lay-up on MAG's Viper® Fiber Placement System.
  • Vortex A/C Coolers: Control system reliability decreases as temperatures rise, doubling with each 18 deg F (10 deg C) increase in temperature. To keep production on track, the Vortex A/C enclosure coolers protect control cabinets in harsh environments up to 175 deg F.
  • Vortex Tubes: Air that rotates around an axis (like a tornado) is called a vortex. A vortex tube creates cold air and hot air by forcing compressed air through a generation chamber, which spins the air at a high rate of speed (1,000,000 rpm) into a vortex.