Heat exchangers offer a more convenient and modern solution to electrical thermal management than many other traditional solutions. However, that’s only the tip of the iceberg when it comes the myriad benefits that they provide for companies that choose to employ them. For example, besides being convenient, heat exchangers are also substantially more effective, efficient, and eco-friendly, providing a wide range of thermal management advantages to companies in all industries.
Cutting reliance on air conditioners
Air conditioners used to be the de facto electrical thermal management solution because they are effective at eliminating electrical waste heat. However, in order to do so, they rely on chilled air that they generate and then circulate throughout the interior of an electrical enclosure. This poses several challenges; air conditioners are notorious energy drainers, they constantly need repairs and maintenance, and the dramatically chilled air can create condensation within the enclosure. Heat exchangers allowed companies to avoid those challenges by providing a way to cool electrical enclosures without the need for air conditioning technology.
Lowering energy and overhead costs
Eliminating the need for air conditioners meant companies that use heat exchangers don’t have to deal with the same concerns (i.e., clunky machinery, condensation, etc.). It also means that they don’t have to allocate as many resources, either in capital or in employee time and energy, to keeping their electrical thermal management solutions up and running. Energy is one of the most impactful costs, and lowering a company’s reliance on it can have dramatically positive results throughout the rest of the organization.
Keeping operations eco-friendly
Without having to use up as much energy or resources, heat exchangers provide a naturally more eco-friendly option than air conditioners, as well. However, the green benefits of heat exchangers go even further than the conservation of resources. For example, innovative applications can turn the waste heat that the exchangers collect into useful energy for processes that require it. Applications such as wastewater treatment, which need a consistent supply of heat to succeed, can be even more cost-efficient with the help of strategically implemented heat exchangers.
For more information about the benefits that come with modern heat exchangers, call Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX, at 866-936-6736.