Conventional wisdom may say that lowering the temperature inside of an electrical enclosure requires air conditioning equipment to maintain a consistently cool temperature. However, the truth is that electrical equipment can operate effectively at temperatures much higher than humans find comfortable. Typically, preventing them from overheating is as simple as preventing excessive waste heat from accumulating near electrical circuits, and in most cases, that can be best accomplished with green energy heat exchangers.
Save on Energy Costs
Heat exchangers work on a different principle than air conditioners. Rather than utilizing complicated equipment to continuously chill the air inside of electrical enclosures, heat exchangers utilize various green energy methods to transfer heat and prevent heat pockets from forming. This draws significantly less energy than air conditioning, which results in substantial savings.
Maintain Equipment Less Often
Because air conditioners use Freon and air-chilling techniques, the machinery requires constant maintenance to prevent excessive condensation and keep the equipment running smoothly. By contrast, heat exchangers utilize minimal or no external equipment, and therefore don’t require maintenance as often.
Enjoy More Space
For many industries, one of the greatest benefits of modern heat exchangers is their ability to be custom-designed according to any given application. As much smaller units than air conditioners, heat exchangers take up a smaller footprint in both large and small system designs, making them a more versatile option for cooling electrical enclosures.
More Benefits of Heat Exchangers Compared to Air Conditioners
By replacing air conditioners with heat exchangers, our clients can enjoy a variety of energy and cost-saving benefits. 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.