Welcome to Streamtek, your trusted and most reliable source for innovative compressed air-operated products. We have have strong industry reputation and competitive advantage in the market thanks to the success of our high- end cooling tubes. This product has been used extensively for converting compressed air supply into a cold airflow in applications such as: cool electronic controls, cabinet enclosure chambers, gas samples, machining operations, etc.We have numerous satisfied customers worldwide who place bulk orders with us Streamtek™ due to our outstanding product quality, exceptional customer service, and safe/secure business transactions.
You can choose any of the following products for your cooling applications.
Streamtek Vortex Coolers: This tool provides a cost- effective solution for industrial spot cooling and process cooling needs. The device can convert compressed air supply into a cold airflow at 115°F (46°C) on one end, up to 200°F (93°C) on the other.
- Reduces total cost of ownership
- Reliable and durable
- Achieves optimal outcome
- Improves productivity
- Minimizes effort
- Minimal or no maintenance
- Delivers high return on investment
Cabinet coolers: Due to its advanced features, this tool has become an alternative for thermal management of control panels and electrical cabinets in many industrial and commercial applications. Since cabinet coolers are made using high quality stainless steel, they offer excellent performance in wet and harsh industrial environments. Some of the features of Streamtek cabinet panel coolers include:
- Quiet and affordable
- Stainless steel construction
- Fast Installation
- No moving parts
- No fans or filters
- No CFC’s
- Mounts through standard knockout
- Stabilize temperature/humidity
Tool coolers: This version of the cooling tube is made of heavy-gauge stainless steel; hence it offers reliable and durable operation in harsh and critical industrial environments that are prone to corrosion.Tool coolers can generate a flow of clean cold airflow at approximately 50°F (28°C) below compressed air supply temperature. They are cost-effective, consume no electricity, and consist of no moving parts.