Projects in hot climates face severe environmental challenges for outdoor instrumentation and control equipment - increasing costs dramatically. The most significant is usually cooling. This problem is often more difficult to handle in remote locations and when lacking a reliable electricity supply. We have specialized techniques that can be applied to overcome such problems.
INTERTEC has pioneered innovative passive cooling technology. Our shelter solutions can operate entirely without power, or with the assistance of only small amounts of electricity from solar panels, or local electricity - even if service is poor. Our cooling technology is designed to work without the need for electrical cooling units like fans, which can be a problem in dry regions by introducing sand and dust. It helps to make difficult projects possible, from desert climates in the Middle East, to offshore applications in equatorial regions.
The excellent insulation characteristics of INTERTEC's composite GRP are enormously beneficial for cooling applications, as they further reduce energy requirements. Hot environments can also pose other protection problems, such as very high UV levels and abrasion from dust and sand. The multiple protection possibilities offered by composite GRP allow these challenges to be easily overcome.
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