For engineers endeavoring to create the latest, most powerful technology to manufacturers who want to reduce their overhead costs, heat exchangers are often the most attractive thermal management solutions. In the long run, upgrading to heat exchangers from traditional air conditioning units provides significant benefits. However, many of those benefits can be seen almost immediately after the change. The following are just two of the several ways in which heat exchangers can immediately reduce the costs of effective thermal management for virtually any application.
A Lower Energy Bill
One of the most notable benefits of modern heat exchangers is that they rely on significantly less energy than traditional cooling technologies. Unlike air conditioners, heat exchangers rely on the science of redirecting heat, rather than the constant chilling of the air inside of an electrical enclosure. Providing a continuous flow to prevent heat pockets from forming takes considerably less power than chilling the air. As a result, you will notice an immediate reduction in the costs of energy required for thermal management systems.
More Efficient Use of Space
Using less complicated methods to transfer waste heat means that heat exchangers require less complex equipment. In the long-run, this means a significant drop in the need for maintenance and its related costs. In the immediate sense, however, it means that heat exchangers can be designed to fit comfortably into the space provided by nearly any application. If heat exchangers are replacing air conditioners, then the extra space can be utilized to fit more equipment into a smaller area.
Reduce Overhead Costs with Better Thermal Management
By upgrading to heat exchangers, companies can enjoy many benefits beyond reduced energy, lower maintenance needs, and smaller footprints. 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.