Efficient Thermal Management in Hazardous Locations

Industries that rely on manufacturing have benefited for decades by choosing heat exchanger technology to effectively manage waste heat from electrical enclosures. However, Noren’s innovative technology has helped organizations in far more industries enjoy the same benefits, and that technology was the first to be certified for use in hazardous locations. With this certification, more companies are able to take advantage of more efficient and less costly thermal management solutions, even in areas where heat exchangers weren’t always viable.

Why Choose Heat Exchangers?

Natural elements in the air, such as moisture, ions, dust, and debris, can contaminate and damage sensitive electrical equipment. Heat exchangers have always been designed to protect components from such contamination, but in hazardous locations, there are many more risk factors to consider. For instance, in oil and gas manufacturing, a myriad of different chemicals can be released into the nearby atmosphere. Besides being corrosive, these elements may also be highly combustible, and nearby electrical equipment must be properly shielded from them.

Noren’s heat pipe-based cooling units create simple solutions that combine energy efficient cabinet cooling with high-quality, high-performance gaskets and seals, ensuring that environmental elements cannot interact with the cooling unit’s fluid. Each heat exchanger and its heat pipe core can be custom-designed to fit any system’s specifications, making them ideal solutions for a wide variety of different applications.

Noren’s Heat Exchangers Are Certified for Use in Hazardous Locations

Thanks to decades of innovation, Noren was the first manufacturer to receive certification for its heat exchangers to be used in hazardous fields, including oil and gas manufacturing. To learn more, call Noren Thermal, Inc. at 866-936-6736. Now located in Taylor, TX, Noren proudly produces all of our products in the United States and delivers them to clients nationwide.