How Are Heat Exchangers Used in the Pharmaceutical Industry?

Heat exchangers are a popular choice for cooling control panels and electrical enclosures more efficiently than alternative methods, most notably in fields of manufacturing. Yet, heat exchanger technology has also changed the dynamics of pharmaceutical production and packaging in many of the same ways. In the pharmaceutical industry, managing electrical waste heat and providing consistent thermal management is vital to most processes, including the fine chemistry needed to create pharmaceutical drugs and products.

More Efficient Pharmaceutical Production

One of the more significant advantages that heat exchangers have given manufacturing industries is the ability to reliably and consistently cool technology without excessive amounts of energy. Electrical circuits must be enclosed, and therefore they must be cooled to avoid overheating. Compared to air conditioners, heat exchangers accomplish this with much less energy and much fewer maintenance requirements. Compared to air compressors, they can accomplish this for a fraction of the overall costs.

In the pharmaceutical industry, however, thermal management is about more than just cooling electrical equipment. The substances used to create cosmetic and pharmaceutical solutions often must be combined, mixed, and processed at specific temperatures, for specific periods of time. Because heat exchangers can provide reliable thermal management for longer and without failing, they are often ideal for helping companies improve production, as well as maintain a high level of quality for their products.

Improving Thermal Management in the Pharmaceutical Industry

Like most industries, pharmaceutical production and packaging companies benefit greatly from improved thermal management solutions such as heat exchangers. Besides cooling electrical equipment, they also help companies safely and more efficiently produce cosmetic and pharmaceutical products. 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.