Heat Exchangers for More than Just Control Panels

For many manufacturing companies, the most popular use of modern heat exchangers is to properly control electrical waste heat and stop vital equipment from overheating. Their ability to effectively absorb, transfer, and release heat make them the most efficient cooling solution for high-performance machinery. However, for many industries, heat exchangers also serve several different essential functions that rely on precise, reliable thermal management, such as manufacturing and processing perishables. With a variety of heat exchanger designs and ability to custom-design solutions for unique applications, Noren has helped clients in all industries benefit from using heat exchangers beyond cooling control panels.

Food and drug manufacturing

Properly preserving perishable foods and facilitating pharmaceutical manufacturing are just two common applications where heat exchangers excel. Because heat exchangers can continuously operate at high-capacity, they can often be relied on for processes that require specific temperature control for extended periods of time. This includes keeping food fresh and allowing for the highly precise temperatures needed for the chemical processes involved in pharmaceutical production.

Waste water treatment

In addition to making electrical cooling more efficient, heat exchangers are also popular for waste water treatment processes, which require constantly high temperatures. In some applications, heat exchangers can absorb the waste heat given off by electrical equipment, and then redirect the heat where needed to treat waste water. This not only makes electrical cabinet cooling more efficient, but also helps companies save even further by reducing the energy needed to treat waste water.

The Versatility of Modern Heat Exchanger Technology

With unmatched expertise in design and manufacturing, Noren’s heat exchangers can serve a large variety of today’s thermal management needs. 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.