Can the Oil & Gas Industry Benefit from Heat Exchangers?

Since they first became an accepted method of electrical thermal management, heat exchangers have been a significant boon to companies in all industries. The innovative electrical cooling units provide a large number of benefits compared to more traditional air conditioning units or compressed air solutions. However, despite their many advantages, heat exchangers do have limitations, and one of those used to be an inability to work in extreme conditions, such as those faced every day by companies in the oil & gas industry. Fortunately, Noren Products has closed the gap with its Hazloc line of heat exchangers that are specifically certified for oil and gas, as well as other hazardous industries.

Certified Heat Exchangers for Every Application

The petroleum industry involves a wide variety of processes that occur in an equally wide variety of locations. Like all other industries, oil and gas companies rely on effective thermal management to keep machinery and electrical control panels from overheating. Companies must also keep a close eye on how much of their resources are spent keeping equipment and thermal management solutions working properly.

While heat exchangers are designed to minimize costs in all areas of thermal management (including design, manufacturing, and long-term maintenance), locations that are severely hot or contain hazardous materials require special considerations. For instance, high temperatures mean the heat exchangers must be able to provide below-ambient cooling, while flammable materials in the environment mean the units must also keep enclosures effectively sealed. To help companies excel in such locations, Noren can custom-design heat exchangers for every application that are certified per UL/cUL as well as ATEX and IECEx standards.

Safe, Effective Thermal Management for the Oil & Gas Industry

Even hazardous industries, such as the oil & gas industry, Noren’s advanced heat exchangers can provide significant savings in both energy usage and maintenance. To learn more, call Noren Products, 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.