A Better Way to Cool Electrical Control Panels

When it comes to keeping electrical control panels properly cooled, Noren’s heat exchangers have continued to raise the bar in quality, efficiency, and reliability. With a variety of different design models and the ability to customize any design to meet clients’ unique needs, Noren offers a better way to cool electrical control panels than most other options. From saving companies money on energy to freeing up staff with less demanding maintenance needs, heat exchangers continue to outperform other thermal management solutions for most electrical control panels.

Why Heat Exchangers Are Better for Control Panels

To protect them from rust-causing condensation and harmful contaminants in the air, electrical circuits and systems are often enclosed in electrical cabinets, like control panels. While electrical control panels operate best when they’re clean, they can cease to operate at all if electrical waste heat becomes trapped inside of the enclosure. Air conditioners used to be the go-to solution to prevent this. But, the high costs of operating and maintaining them, coupled with the fact that air conditioning equipment often produces condensation within the cabinet, made it imperative for engineers to find a better method.

With heat exchangers, you can successfully cool the inside of your control panels without having to designate a large amount of the budget to powering the cooling units. Heat exchangers also do not produce condensation, and they’re crafted with high-performance neoprene seals and gaskets to prevent contamination from outside entering the cabinet.

Find the Best Way to Cool Electrical Control Panels

With minimal energy and maintenance requirements, heat exchangers are often the best way to cool electrical control panels. 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.