How to cool Garage Door seals?
With more than 20 years of experience in compress-air operated products, all our clients know that we always stand behind our products and their reliability for any kind of application that our clients come to us. We have hundreds of requests every month from clients all over the world asking us to help them with suggestions on which product they should choose for their application.
One of those clients from New York just recently contact us for an application request. They had a problem because before exterior garage door seals can be coated with a color that will match the garage door and its trim, they must cool the extrusion. Our engineer had few phone calls with them and decided that Model 7540 (Stainless Steel Vortex Tube) can speed this cooling process up! But because they need a more affordable solution he decided to suggest them an equivalent 7540-A an anodized aluminum Vortex tube.
We have a lot of questions regarding the differences between Aluminum and Stainless Steel Vortex tube, and this client had the same question. Aluminum offers a cost-saving option, but if need more durability, as well as resistance to corrosion and oxidation, you should always choose the Streamtek Stainless Steel Vortex Tube version. Rest assured that both versions will offer you years to come in terms of the reliability and maintenance-free operation of your application.
In our Vortex Tube specifications tab, we have many details showing the differences between aluminum and stainless steel version, as well as differences between different sizes of our Vortex Tube. Choosing the right model can’t always be easy, and if you are one of those clients that require our help, please contact us today and our engineer will gladly help you choose the right model FREE OF CHARGE. Our support is available 24/7 through email email@example.com and phone + 1-705-770-4455.