Mini Spot Cooler - How It Works
Compressed air enters at point (A) into the vortex tube component of the spot cooler. The vortex tube splits the compressed air into a hot (B) and cold (C) stream of air. The hot air from the vortex tube is vented to the atmosphere at point (D) after being muffled to reduce noise. Cold air enters into the muffler (E) and then distributed through the hose distribution kit (F) and onto the item being cooled. A strong magnet (G) holds the spot cooler in place. The temperature of the cold air is controlled by an adjustable knob.
Mini Spot Cooler - Frigid-X Mini Spot Cooler
The Mini Spot Cooler utilizes a vortex tube to create one hot stream and one cold stream. The cold air produced at the cold end is directed to the surface to be cooled using a flexible hose.
Cold air is directed using the flexible tubing. A magnetic base is standard for portability and easy mounting of the mini spot cooler.
Units are available with either a single point hose kit for small surface area mini spot cooler or a dual point hose kit when heat is generated over a larger surface area.
Mini spot cooler produces a wide range of airflow and temperature by adjusting the knob at the hot end and changing the various generators supplied.
The generators control the air consumption and are easily interchangeable.
Mini spot cooler has a 25 SCFM (708 SLPM) generator installed that will produce up to 1,800 Btu/hr. of cooling. If less is required, the 15 SCFM (425 SLPM) generator can deliver 1,100 Btu/hr.
If more cooling is needed Nex Flow can supply you with the 30 SCFM ( 850 SLPM) generator for up to 2,100 Btu/hr. of cooling.
- No moving parts or electricity
- Compact and lightweight
- Low cost
- Maintenance free
- Instant cold air
- Magnetic base
- Interchangeable generators
- Solder Cooling
- Adjusting thermostats
- Cool plastic machined parts
- Set hot melt adhesives
- Cool welding horns on ultrasonics
- Cool molded plastics
- Cool Electronic components
- Cool heat shrink tubing