Kooltronic, Inc., of Pennington, NJ, is pleased to announce the award of a contract
from the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Brookhaven National Laboratory in Upton,
New York to supply custom heat exchangers, blowers and other air movers in integrated
NEMA Type 12 rack enclosures. These cooling module rack enclosures are to be used
for the National Synchrotron Light Source II (NSLS-II), a multi-million dollar program
to design and build a world-class user facility for scientific research.
The NSLS-II Program includes the planning, construction and installation of accelerator
hardware, civil construction and central facilities required to produce a new synchrotron
light source. The key components of the NSLS-II include an electron gun, linear
accelerator, booster synchrotron, electron storage ring, beamlines and experimental
Kooltronic is providing custom designed rack mounted heat exchangers, blowers and
other air movers integrated into rack enclosures that will house electronic devices
and power supplies for major systems throughout the facility. These equipment rack
enclosure modules will be distributed along the perimeter of the electron storage
ring to closely control the temperature of the power supplies, limiting power fluctuations.
The rack enclosures are on vibration isolators so as not to induce movement within
the electron ring.
The Kooltronic engineering staff developed the concept for the cooling modules and
unique modular construction of the rack enclosures. Complete systems integration
is done at Kooltronic prior to shipment.
In the 60th year of service to its customers, Kooltronic is the
leading manufacturer of custom-designed and standard air conditioners, heat exchangers,
fans and blowers designed specifically to cool the interior of enclosures containing
heat sensitive electrical/electronic components. The company has a complete engineering
and manufacturing facility and sales office at its headquarters in Pennington, NJ.
For more information on high quality Kooltronic cooling products, please call (800)