Thermal management solutions have continued to adapt to meet the increasing demands of smaller, faster, and more powerful technology. In many ways, those demands are felt most strongly in fields such as manufacturing, industrial automation, food and beverage processing, etc., which rely more and more on high-performance, complex electrical equipment. In addition to keeping electrical enclosures consistently cool, Noren’s custom-designed heat exchangers also help companies keep their energy consumption, carbon footprint, and overall maintenance costs reasonably low with more efficient ways to handle electrical waste heat.
How Heat Exchangers Compare to Air Conditioning
As organizations invest more in technology to stay competitive, they also have to find ways to keep the ongoing costs of maintaining that technology manageably low. Typically, the dominant costs of technology stem from keeping it running smoothly, and effectively managing electrical waste heat is vital to that goal. The more power electrical components generate, the more heat they exude, and the more danger they’re in of overheating if the heat isn’t dissipated immediately.
In the past, companies depended on large-scale air conditioning and compressed air coolers to stop heat spots from developing near vital electrical equipment. While effective, these methods can be costly to maintain, and the equipment may only last for a few years before needing to be replaced. In some cases, condensation from the condensed air can also cause extensive damage to sensitive electronics.
The idea of using forced convection (i.e., fans and filters) to cool electronic equipment has always been appealing because it utilizes minimal energy to operate. But, until recently, doing so exposed electrical enclosures to potentially disastrous air contamination. With the advent of Noren’s air-to-air heat exchangers, however, the idea of cooling electronics without the need for expensive air conditioning equipment is now a reality. Noren, a leading name in green energy and thermal management, can custom-design products and solutions (such as ambient and below ambient heat exchangers) to ensure maximum results for your thermal management needs.
Thermal Management Solutions that Save Money
Compared to more traditional air conditioning and compressed air cooling techniques, Noren’s green energy heat exchangers can offer more cost-efficient ways of handling electrical waste heat within electrical enclosures. To learn more, call Noren Thermal, Inc. at 650-322-9500, or toll-free at 866-936-6736. Located in Menlo Park, CA, Noren proudly produces all of our products in the United States and delivers them to clients nationwide.