You might consider the engine in your vehicle it’s most important feature, considering that without it, the vehicle wouldn’t run. However, if the radiator didn’t work or wasn’t efficient enough, then the engine’s performance (which makes it so important) wouldn’t be anywhere near what it should be. In fact, before long, it would be nonexistent. Similarly, the ability to transfer heat away from high-performing but sensitive electrical equipment has become one of modern heat exchangers’ most essential roles. More efficient cooling means more effective technology, and in an era where innovation is par for the course, that often means relying on customized heat exchangers.
Along with making electrical manufacturing equipment and other technology work, thermal management solutions also play a vital role in any given facility’s environmental footprint. Heat exchangers are designed to transfer heat through one or more highly efficient methods, unlike air conditioners that use Freon and complex equipment to chill air. Methods like natural and forced convention, or phase-change cooling that takes advantage of a fluid’s latent heat of evaporation, require much less external energy. This means companies can go a significant step further in their efforts to lower their footprint.
Automation and the Internet of Things (IoT) has profound implications for today’s technology and beyond, making the equipment we rely on much easier and more intuitive to work with. This is made possible by technology that requires minimal input, including routine maintenance and repairs. Air conditioning repair has been a booming industry for a reason; the needs constant maintenance and can notoriously break down after only a couple of years. By contrast, heat exchangers can operate for 10 years or more with minimal maintenance thanks to their simpler, air-tight designs.
Heat Exchangers Play an Important Role in Modern Technology
Through more effective, efficient, and reliable thermal management, heat exchangers have played an important role in many other technological innovations. 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.