The heat exchanger market has become a worldwide industry as more and more companies rely on them for a variety of thermal management needs. In addition to cooling electrical control cabinets, which made heat exchangers famous, the technology is now used for broad range of applications throughout virtually every industry. The reason companies continue to rely on heat exchangers is because they continue to help reduce overall costs and improve productivity as they advanced along with more powerful technology. That means even as manufacturing equipment and other technologies grow more powerful, heat exchangers continue to be able to effectively and efficiently meet their high-performance thermal management demands.
The Benefits of Greener Thermal Management
The ideas of greener energy and higher sustainability have guided several significant changes in most of today’s industries. For instance, companies have invested millions or more in ways to harness alternative energies and use less of it altogether. However, the realm of thermal management has traditionally been a tricky one to make more eco-friendly. Before heat exchangers, air conditioners or compressors were necessary to properly and consistently cool electrical equipment. Now, however, heat exchangers are able to manage and transfer electrical waste heat using methods that don’t rely on high amounts of energy, such as phase-change cooling.
Advancement Thanks to Reliability
Most advances in technology have been toward making tools and equipment more reliable and automated. The more machines can take over mundane tasks, the more time employees and companies can dedicate to more profitable tasks. Therefore, new technology requires equally reliable thermal management methods, which in many cases, can only be provided by heat exchanger technology. Because they use greener methods for transferring heat, heat exchangers don’t require a lot of complex, external equipment, which means they don’t need to be maintained often and they can operate for many years with optimal efficiency.
To learn more, call Noren Thermal, Inc. in Taylor, TX, at 866-936-6736.