|By Marketwired .||
|August 22, 2014 06:04 AM EDT||
IRVING, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 08/22/14 -- Thermal Edge Inc., a leading manufacturer of temperature control units for electrical enclosures, announced today that it is publishing a guide to help original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) select the best cooling systems for their clients' electrical enclosures. The white paper, The OEM's Guide to Cooling Systems for Electrical Enclosures, is available for free download at www.thermal-edge.com/oem-guide.
OEMs rely on suppliers to provide components that are reliable and add value when integrated into their own product lines. Both the quality of the equipment and the integrity of the provider are important considerations when selecting a manufacturer. This white paper offers strategies for OEMs to use when evaluating enclosure cooling system manufacturers.
The new guide highlights and explains seven essential qualities that an OEM should seek in a manufacturer:
- Manufacturer location
- Quality standards
- Parts inventory
- Distribution times
- Customization and sizing
- Warranties and guarantees
- Customer service
"When it comes to cooling systems for electrical enclosures, the stakes are high for reliability and quality," says Barry Slotnick, a Product Manager with Thermal Edge Inc., and a 40-year veteran of product development and marketing. "In many industries that use electrical enclosures, equipment failure is simply not an option, which is why selecting a cooling system manufacturer with a proven track record of success is so important. Our guide gives OEMs resources to help them make informed decisions."
To download The OEM's Guide to Cooling Systems for Electrical Enclosures, visit www.thermal-edge.com.
About Thermal Edge Inc.
Thermal Edge Inc., is a leading manufacturer of industrial enclosure cooling units, including air conditioners, air-to-air heat exchangers, fans, and enclosure cooling package systems. With clients such as Pepsi Co., Bacardi, MillerCoors, Kraft, Black Box, and Motion Control Engineering, Thermal Edge designs temperature control solutions sold directly to customers as well as through distributors such as Fastenal and Automation Direct. For additional information about Thermal Edge's products, visit the company's website at www.thermal-edge.com.
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