For companies that wish to lower their environmental footprint, relying on old thermal management methods like air conditioning can significantly hinder their efforts. Fortunately, there is a much more efficient solution with the use of advanced heat exchangers. Unlike air conditioning, which relies on significant amounts of energy to stay running and can release a number of pollutants into the air, heat exchangers are designed to use minimal energy, with no harmful output.
Transferring Heat for More Efficient Cooling
Air conditioners need exorbitant amounts of energy because they are usually large and complicated machines. To prevent overheating within an electrical enclosure, air conditioning must work consistently. With a steadfast reliance on fossil fuels to provide that energy, air conditioners can be one of a company’s biggest contributors to their environmental footprint. By contrast, heat exchangers have a simpler design; rather than chilling the air to cold temperatures, they simply redirect the waste heat that electrical equipment gives off to stop the heat from collecting into pockets.
Redirecting Thermal Energy for Further Savings
In most applications, the idea of catching and releasing thermal energy in a continuous loop means that electrical enclosures don’t have to rely on large, energy-draining air conditioners. In some industries, however, heat exchangers can provide further benefits by redirecting the thermal energy that the cooling fluid captures. This allows companies to reduce their energy footprint even further by lowering the energy needed in other areas of their operations.
Learn How Heat Exchangers Help Green Energy Efforts
With the help of advanced heat exchangers, companies in all industries can improve their efforts at going green by minimizing their energy consumption and environmental input. 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.