Cool Cube Cabinet Enclosure Cooling Vent
There are times when a situation calls for the ability to move hot air through a tube to "somewhere else", but there's just not enough room for the tubing or centrifugal blower.
Cool-cube was developed for the home theater design and installation community. Combining a compact power module with either 4" or 3" flexible tubing, Cool-cube will pull heated air out of a closed mid-size cabinet, small closet, or enclosed video projector, holding a typical home theater system and quietly move it to a nearby closet, utility room, crawl space, etc. The power module measures 6" x 6" x 10" and is powerful enough to move a useful amount of air through tubing thin enough to snake through all but the most crowded cabinets. (See chart below.)
The Cool-cube features a new control system, activated by a remote temperature-sensing probe,with field-adjustable temperature set-points and speeds. The noise level generated even at high speed is low (when used with the insulated 4" tubing) in keeping with our policy of not "trading a heat problem for a noise problem".
Cool-cube's power module is typically placed at the exhaust end of the tubing. A compact hot air collector, or flange, is provided at the suction end of the tubing, and is easily connected to a flat surface, such as the back of a cabinet.
Order the Cool-cube with 4" tubing if clearance allows, or with 3" tubing for those really tight situations. As little as 12 CFM of air movement means that the air in a typical 4' x 3' x 2' cabinet will be changed every two minutes. (This assumes free air flow; real-world installations will take somewhat longer for an air exchange).