Keeping Contaminants Out of Electrical Cooling Cabinets

There are several factors to consider when designing a thermal management system for electrical cabinets. Energy consumption, for instance, will have long-term effects on the cooling system’s efficiency, as well as its need for maintenance and overall shelf-life. Also, for most electrical cabinets, the cooling system must be designed in a way that minimizes or eliminates the potential for moisture buildup and air contamination within the cabinet. For optimal results in every project, Noren custom-designs thermal management solutions that not only help save on energy and maintenance costs, but also reduce the risks of contamination damaging expensive components within an electrical enclosure.

Custom-Designed, Closed-Loop Heat Exchangers

Noren’s goal has always been to provide low-cost, low-energy thermal management solutions to help our clients preserve their equipment while lowering their footprint. As leading experts in heat exchanger technology, Noren approaches every project with the ultimate goal of reducing overall costs from an energy, maintenance, and shelf-life perspective. This means not only creating cabinet coolers that can run continuously with little maintenance, but also that are sealed off from contaminants in the environment that could lead to costly repairs or downtime as the equipment is replaced.

By creating heat exchangers that operate within a closed-loop system, Noren can help most clients easily and affordably achieve their green energy goals. A closed-loop means that the cooling fluid within the heat exchanger (air or liquid) is heated, cooled, and circulated within a closed loop that prevents outside air from entering the cabinet. Because the heat exchangers don’t rely on chilled air, like air conditioners and compressed air units, there is also little to no risk of condensation forming on the electrical components within the cabinet.

Close-Loop Heat Exchangers Eliminate Contamination

In addition to overheating, Noren’s closed-loop heat exchangers also prevent contamination from corroding or damaging electrical circuits. To learn more, call Noren Products, 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.