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The anti-condensation heaters warm the air inside the electrical panel and prevent dew point and water droplets from forming on the components. This protects from unwanted failures, malfunctions and excessive component wear.
The heaters with integrated forced convection fan ensure a remarkable air circulation level and a more even distribution of heat in the panel, preventing the formation of condensation.
To avoid the formation of condensation, it is sufficient to keep the temperature inside the panel a few degrees above dew point temperature by installing one or more anti-condensation heaters. The Fandis anti-condensation solutions ensure that the temperature is always optimal, without running the risk of humidity, condensation and, consequently, corrosion of the electrical panel components.
This new "H" line of heaters is available with plastic or metal cover, both designed with high-quality features. All models are UL-approved. In this manner, it is even safer to work inside enclosures and electrical panels, because our anti-condensation devices are touch-safe and there is no risk of scalding or burns as a result of accidental touches during inspection or maintenance activities.
The Fandis anti-condensation heaters are available with a metal cover or with a touch-safe plastic cover. These heaters with plastic cover have a high coefficient of heat transmission and, therefore, are safer in those environments and in those electrical panels where frequent control and maintenance activities are carried out. The touch-safe cover prevents burns or scalding in case of quick accidental touch (prolonged contact with the anti-condensation heater will still cause burns).
The Fandis anti-condensation heaters express their properties to the fullest when they are installed in combination with other optional devices, such as hygrostats, for detecting humidity inside the panel and/or thermostats, for controlling the temperature of the panel and electrical components.