Operating in harsh conditions can present serious challenges for companies across various industries, but deadlines must be met no matter how extreme the environment. Severe weather, in particular, can affect all types of industrial processes and equipment.
While most of us understand the basics of satellite communications such as a TV signal sent from space, it can be hard to envision the satellite itself as a piece of working machinery. For one, most of the general public has never actually seen a large mobile satellite hub. Second, space can be a difficult working area to comprehend.
Satellite equipment features an intricate layout of electrical components that function just as they would in a manufacturing environment, computer server room, or similar set up. This means that satellite technologies heat up just like other equipment, and so the need for cooling measures is critical for a few reasons:
• Satellites that malfunction or shut down could cripple networks that are essential for communication and safety.
• There is little to no capabilities to send support technicians to work on inoperable satellites.
• The environment that mobile satellite communications operate in is rugged and unpredictable.
Since the reliability of these mobile satellite communications is so essential, companies that operate in this industry must use innovative and dependable ways to keep their equipment functional. Pelonis was recently faced with this issue when a customer needed a blower that could cool a number of on-board system components.
Pelonis Technologies always has a focus on our customers. We keep you in mind when designing new products; when we pay close attention to the quality of each of our products; and we concentrate on continually improving our customer service.
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As in the U.S., the European manufacturing industry suffered deep consequences as a result of the recession of 2008.
Construction projects slowed or came to a complete halt, which hurt all sectors of the industry, including the market for fans, blowers, and heating elements.
According to some reports, however, the fan and blower industry seems poised for a comeback, which is welcome news for workers, manufacturers and customers in Europe and beyond.
Automation is now a buzz word and hot technology trend in both the consumer and manufacturing worlds, so it is interesting to consider how various motion controls would work in a fully integrated and automated society.
To what degree could every aspect of a home’s HVAC and appliances be operated via intelligent controls, and to what extent could a manufacturing environment be controlled by smart automation?
The use of Intelligent Motion Controls in DC brushless fans and blowers has already arrived. With Intelligent Motion Controls, the movement of air is now smarter.
The inclusion of full-wave-in-board circuit design and multiple features leaves no doubt that intelligence has enhanced air movement.