How Do Heat Exchangers Help the Medical Industry?

The medical field is one of the most technologically advanced industries, and that technology’s performance is particularly important given their roles in caring for patients. Heat exchangers are an important part of maintaining technology’s performance, from small diagnostic devices to the servers that control a hospital’s systems. Efficiently controlling the waste heat that these systems emit is essential to ensuring that medical devices operate as well as intended, without overheating or requiring excessive maintenance and cleaning.  

Better Thermal Management Equals Better Performance

Heat exchangers are designed to keep enclosed electrical equipment properly cooled without allowing dust, moisture, and other contaminants inside of the enclosure. Unlike traditional air conditioning and air compressing units, heat exchangers utilize natural cooling methods, such as convection/forced convection or phase-change technology. Without the need for energy-consuming equipment, heat exchangers can be scaled according to every unique system, making them an efficient cooling solution for electrical enclosures of all sizes.

At Noren Products, we’ve helped clients in the medical industry benefit from green energy heat exchangers. Air-to-air and air-to-water cooling units can address the unique operating specifications of any system, even in harsh and hazardous environments. By reducing the need for energy and the environmental footprint of larger electrical systems, custom-designed heat exchangers are becoming an increasingly more popular solution for companies in all industries.

Thermal Management for High-Performing Medical Devices

Medical devices incorporate the latest technological innovations, and therefore rely on highly effective and efficient thermal management solutions, such as custom heat exchangers. 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.