Do Heat Exchangers Really Outperform Air Conditioners?

Since the industrial revolution, industries have continuously sought ways to boost their productivity while finding ways to keep overhead costs reasonably low. In many instances, that has meant investing in ways to better manage the costs of energy consumption and routine maintenance on complex manufacturing equipment. For over 40 years, Noren Thermal has helped pioneer the drive to cleaner and more efficient thermal management solutions, utilizing a variety of heat exchanger models to suit the unique needs of every industry. As alternatives to air conditioning equipment that often proves costly to maintain, Noren’s heat exchangers offer a wide range of benefits, both immediately and long-term.

The Green Energy Benefits of Heat Exchangers

Traditional air conditioning and air compressing equipment rely on the philosophy that electrical cabinets must be chilled to temperatures far below the ambient temperature outside of the enclosures. In some unusually hot climates, this is true; but in most applications, simply cooling the air inside of the enclosure is more than enough to prevent the electrical equipment from overheating. Noren’s heat exchangers provide continuous cooling benefits using greener methods, including natural and/or forced convection, and phase-change cooling.

These methods do not require complicated machinery, and therefore require less energy to operate and less frequent maintenance checkups. Because they don’t chill the air inside of the enclosures, they also have significantly less risks of forming condensation that could damage sensitive electronics. As more industries turn to heat exchangers for more efficient thermal management, their ability to outperform air conditioners in most applications becomes increasingly more apparent.

Learn More About Heat Exchangers vs. Air Conditioners

Depending on the location and specific application, Noren’s green energy heat exchangers may be a much better thermal management solution than air conditioning or air compressing technologies. 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.