Today, heat exchangers are such an integral thermal management technique that they’ve become a staple in clean, eco-friendly, and energy efficient technologies of all kinds. The secret to their success is the innovative way in which heat exchangers stop systems from overheating by absorbing and transferring waste heat. At first, this ability made heat exchangers excellent alternatives to methods like air conditioning, which used to be standard for cooling most electrical systems. Now, however, that same high heat transfer ability has been applied to a wide variety of applications, each one made possible by the advent of heat exchangers.
Cooling control panels
Cooling electrical enclosures and control panels were the first duty that industrial heat exchangers were designed for, and they still excel at it. Modern control panels come in a variety of shapes and sizes, and heat exchangers can be adapted to fit all kinds. Whether the unit is attached to the side or dropped in from the top, a heat exchanger can efficiently keep the sensitive equipment within the panel or enclosure from overheating, all while ensuring a high-quality seal to ensure the control panels integrity.
Besides removing waste heat, heat exchangers also excel at transferring it. As a control panel cooling solution, it can transfer the excess heat away from electrical components, but in wastewater treatment, they can redirect this heat to the water that needs to be treated. Rather than relying on less sustainable forms of heat and energy, companies can utilize a system of heat exchangers that collects electrical waste heat and delivers it to the wastewater treatment equipment. This significantly reduces costs of resources like natural gas, all while helping companies stick to environmental standards.
To learn more all the things heat exchangers are used for, call Noren Thermal, Inc. in Taylor, TX, at 866-936-6736.