One of the most beneficial aspects of modern heat exchangers is that they can be designed for attached to a wide variety of electrical enclosures. Their ability to transfer waste heat without needing large amounts of energy and without taking up large swaths of space make them versatile enough to fit most applications. However, since they were first introduced, heat exchangers have also been used for several different types of applications outside of cooling electrical enclosures. For example, in addition to cooling electrical apparatus, heat exchangers can be used to direct waste heat toward processes that can make use of it, such as wastewater treatment.
Making use of electrical waste heat
Wastewater treatment is the process of eliminating harmful microbes, chemicals, and other substances from water used during various production processes. Before the water can be released back into the environment or circulated back to be repurposed, it must first go through several treatment processes. This includes the introduction of beneficial microbes that neutralize the harmful ones and the need to maintain steady high temperatures throughout the process. With strategically implemented heat exchangers, companies can ensure the sustained success of their wastewater treatment processes with minimal additional costs.
The benefits to companies that treat wastewater
The heat exchangers units can transfer the waste heat they collect from electrical components to be used for wastewater treatment or other processes that rely on sustained heat. That means companies who utilize them not only save on the overall costs of electrical thermal management, but also the costs of providing the heat necessary for these processes. In many instances, this has provided the basis innovative technologies designed to further improve the eco-friendliness of modern companies and their industries.
For more information about using heat exchangers to improve wastewater treatment, call Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX, at 866-936-6736.