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Enhancing Efficiency and Safety with Vortec Maintenance Solutions

03/01/2024parVortec Engineer
Maintaining an efficient and safe industrial facility is no small feat. From keeping electronics cool to ensuring employee comfort and safety, every aspect of facility maintenance is vital. This is where Vortec maintenance solutions can help. Vortec offers a comprehensive range of compressed air maintenance solutions designed to streamline operations and enhance safety. In this blog post, we will delve into the key offerings of Vortec maintenance solutions and how they benefit your facility.
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Electric Vortex AC Installs in Minutes to Quickly Cool Cabinets and Enclosures

16/06/2023parVortec Engineer
Increased ambient temperatures are tough on plant employees and equipment alike, especially sensitive electronics and controls housed within cabinets and enclosures.  Vortec’s  Electric Vortex AC models are pre-wired, easy-to-install solutions that are operational in minutes to quickly cool sensitive electronics and controls.  
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Benefits of Choosing a Vortex A/C vs. Standard Vortex Tube Cooler

17/10/2022parVortec Engineer
Keeping your electrical enclosures cool, clean, and protected is an imperative maintenance task to ensure your enclosures maintain their operational effectiveness and to avoid unplanned downtime in your manufacturing plant. A common low-cost cooling alternative is to use compressed air with vortex tube coolers to maintain a low internal temperature in enclosures...
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Vortec Solutions: From A to Z

31/05/2022parVortec Engineer
At Vortec we have a wide range of compressed air solutions for your unique manufacturing needs. Take a deeper dive into the different industrial products we offer for a wide range of manufacturing applications!
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Keeping it Cool with Vortex

15/02/2022parVortec Engineer
Thermal testing has proven that natural convection cooling is not adequate for today’s smaller, high power density enclosures. Heat dissipation by forced convection (fan cooling) is the most frequently used method of cooling. Forced air-cooling systems can provide heat transfer rates that are ten times greater than those achievable with natural convection and radiation, but even this is not adequate to cool faster electronic components when they are located in hostile plant environments.
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Take the Next Steps to Reduce Your Environmental Footprint

18/01/2022parVortec Engineer
Corporate sustainability efforts are more important now than ever before. Being aware and proactive in reducing your environmental footprint can not only help the planet, but it can also improve your bottom line. As an industry, we must strive to continuously improve our energy consumption and the impact we have on the world around us.
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5 Ways to Improve Plant Productivity with Air Solutions

15/12/2021parVortec Engineer
Operating at maximum production efficiency is a goal many manufacturers strive for. Whether you are a new operation or you have been around for decades, you should always be on the lookout for new ways to improve efficiency and reduce costs. Below are five ways you can implement air solutions to improve your overall plant productivity.
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How to Utilize Compressed Air to Avoid Unplanned Downtime

25/10/2021parVortec Engineer
All manufacturing facilities have downtime, the time when a machine or production line is not creating any output.  The goal is to minimize the unplanned downtime, while maximizing the efficiency of the planned downtime.  Let’s take a look at each type of downtime. 
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What Do NEMA Ratings Mean?

11/09/2020parVortec Engineer
NEMA is a common term used in the manufacturing industry, it stands for National Electrical Manufacturers Association. NEMA was originally formed in 1926 to set standards for companies producing electrical products, equipment, or wiring in industrial facilities. By creating a defined set of standards, NEMA helps alleviate any miscommunications that could occur between the manufacturer and purchaser.
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Common Compressed Air Pressure Supply Problems

30/04/2020parVortec Engineer
Our applications engineers often field calls with woes of compressed air products not functioning to their fullest capacity. Many companies struggle with compressed air issues, and we're here to help you through it.
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Blog

Enhancing Efficiency and Safety with Vortec Maintenance Solutions

03/01/2024parVortec Engineer
Maintaining an efficient and safe industrial facility is no small feat. From keeping electronics cool to ensuring employee comfort and safety, every aspect of facility maintenance is vital. This is where Vortec maintenance solutions can help. Vortec offers a comprehensive range of compressed air maintenance solutions designed to streamline operations and enhance safety. In this blog post, we will delve into the key offerings of Vortec maintenance solutions and how they benefit your facility.
Lire la suite

Electric Vortex AC Installs in Minutes to Quickly Cool Cabinets and Enclosures

16/06/2023parVortec Engineer
Increased ambient temperatures are tough on plant employees and equipment alike, especially sensitive electronics and controls housed within cabinets and enclosures.  Vortec’s  Electric Vortex AC models are pre-wired, easy-to-install solutions that are operational in minutes to quickly cool sensitive electronics and controls.  
Lire la suite

Benefits of Choosing a Vortex A/C vs. Standard Vortex Tube Cooler

17/10/2022parVortec Engineer
Keeping your electrical enclosures cool, clean, and protected is an imperative maintenance task to ensure your enclosures maintain their operational effectiveness and to avoid unplanned downtime in your manufacturing plant. A common low-cost cooling alternative is to use compressed air with vortex tube coolers to maintain a low internal temperature in enclosures...
Lire la suite

Vortec Solutions: From A to Z

31/05/2022parVortec Engineer
At Vortec we have a wide range of compressed air solutions for your unique manufacturing needs. Take a deeper dive into the different industrial products we offer for a wide range of manufacturing applications!
Lire la suite

Keeping it Cool with Vortex

15/02/2022parVortec Engineer
Thermal testing has proven that natural convection cooling is not adequate for today’s smaller, high power density enclosures. Heat dissipation by forced convection (fan cooling) is the most frequently used method of cooling. Forced air-cooling systems can provide heat transfer rates that are ten times greater than those achievable with natural convection and radiation, but even this is not adequate to cool faster electronic components when they are located in hostile plant environments.
Lire la suite

Take the Next Steps to Reduce Your Environmental Footprint

18/01/2022parVortec Engineer
Corporate sustainability efforts are more important now than ever before. Being aware and proactive in reducing your environmental footprint can not only help the planet, but it can also improve your bottom line. As an industry, we must strive to continuously improve our energy consumption and the impact we have on the world around us.
Lire la suite

5 Ways to Improve Plant Productivity with Air Solutions

15/12/2021parVortec Engineer
Operating at maximum production efficiency is a goal many manufacturers strive for. Whether you are a new operation or you have been around for decades, you should always be on the lookout for new ways to improve efficiency and reduce costs. Below are five ways you can implement air solutions to improve your overall plant productivity.
Lire la suite

How to Utilize Compressed Air to Avoid Unplanned Downtime

25/10/2021parVortec Engineer
All manufacturing facilities have downtime, the time when a machine or production line is not creating any output.  The goal is to minimize the unplanned downtime, while maximizing the efficiency of the planned downtime.  Let’s take a look at each type of downtime. 
Lire la suite

What Do NEMA Ratings Mean?

11/09/2020parVortec Engineer
NEMA is a common term used in the manufacturing industry, it stands for National Electrical Manufacturers Association. NEMA was originally formed in 1926 to set standards for companies producing electrical products, equipment, or wiring in industrial facilities. By creating a defined set of standards, NEMA helps alleviate any miscommunications that could occur between the manufacturer and purchaser.
Lire la suite

Common Compressed Air Pressure Supply Problems

30/04/2020parVortec Engineer
Our applications engineers often field calls with woes of compressed air products not functioning to their fullest capacity. Many companies struggle with compressed air issues, and we're here to help you through it.
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