After proving themselves reliable for several decades, heat exchangers have become well-known for the numerous benefits they offer in the field of electrical thermal management. By helping companies eliminate their reliance on more costly measures, like air conditioning equipment or air compressors, heat exchangers are perhaps most well-known for their ability to reduce overall energy and maintenance costs. For many clients, heat exchangers also help streamline thermal management in numerous other areas, making them even more beneficial.
What Better Thermal Management Means
The secret to heat exchangers is that they can absorb and transfer thermal energy without any significant rise in temperature in the cooling fluid. This means they can consistently keep electrical enclosures cool without having to force chilled air through them. This means more consistent electrical thermal management with significantly less energy, and with much less of an impact on the environment. Using a variety of heat exchanger designs, such as air-to-air and air-to-water units, industries can enjoy better thermal management even in applications where below-ambient cooling is necessary.
How Industries Take Advantage
For manufacturing equipment, control panels, and other electrical enclosures, better thermal management means the ability to consistently prevent waste heat from damaging sensitive components. However, many industries require more efficient thermal management for a variety of other reasons, as well. For instance, in food and beverage production, heat exchangers can help companies maintain consistent temperatures for process such as pasteurization. In the molding industry, specialized heat exchangers (called thermal pins) can accelerate production by making it easier to heat and cool molds.
Helping All Industries Benefit from Better Thermal Management
Heat exchangers aren’t just more efficient and eco-friendly; they’re also versatile enough to benefit a wide variety of industries. 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.