This page is dedicated to helping do-it-yourselfers quickly and easily determine which product/s are right for their application, because our mission is to help protect systems of all sizes and budgets.
This section is also dedicated to cooling and ventilation projects that have a more conservative budget.
Once installed, we hope to make cooling your important devices and systems something you do not have to think about well into the future.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you are having problems spec'ing or selecting the right products for your needs.
It is best if you can provide us information about what type of equipment you need to cool (the equipment model number is not necessary; just type of equipment youre using) and can also send pictures.
It is best and more efficient to email us this information at [email protected]
Spot Cooling/Component Cooling vs Venting
Most systems these days are installed in cabinetry, and while for larger and professional applications we usually recommend a combined approach, for more moderate systems a one-or-the other approach can be deployed.
- Spot cooling is simply cooling components directly.
- Venting refers to venting the cabinet or enclosure which in effect is cooling the entire system.
We recommend venting if youre trying to decide between either of these options, primarily because proper spacing can adequately protect the individual components.
If proper spacing cannot be achieved, such as 3-5" above a receiver or amplifier, then a spot cooler may be required or simply preferred.
Make sure to have good airflow in a cabinet:
- have openings in shelving for airflow,
- and heat producing components spaced with no other components on top of them.