3 Things that Heat Exchangers Make More Efficient

One of the main benefits of modern heat exchangers is their ability to make electrical thermal management an efficient and cost-effective process. That’s also one of the most important reasons why they continue to be vital aspects of most industries. Electrical thermal management and the solutions traditionally used to address it were once considered necessary, but heavy, burdens for companies to bear. After the implementation of more advanced heat exchangers, however, it became a much less complicated, less costly, and more reliable aspect of operations in most industries.

1. A company’s use of energy

The most notable difference between heat exchangers and more traditional electrical cooling solutions (like air conditioners) is their approach to handling electrical waste heat. Traditionally, electrical cooling meant using chilled air to keep temperatures inside of electrical enclosures low. The chilled air stops the waste heat generated within the enclosure from accumulating into heat pockets and damaging sensitive equipment.  By contrast, heat exchangers use fluid to absorb the heat and transfer it before it can accumulate, which doesn’t require chilled air or the energy needed to create and circulate it. Therefore, heat exchangers can handle large amounts of heat while using only a fraction of the energy that electrical cooling used to require.

2. Employee’s workflow processes

Making energy usage more efficient has several different benefits on any company’s overall operations, but heat exchangers do more than improve energy efficiency. Conventional cooling solutions that rely on chilled air consist of complicated parts that can often wear out or break down. Such incidents can lead to frequent downtime as the parts or repaired or replaced, which negatively impacts employees’ workflow processes. By replacing complicated machinery with more streamlined and efficient heat exchanger technology, companies can significantly reduce or eliminate downtime related to malfunctioning or broken thermal management systems. In addition to lowering energy costs, improved productivity is another important revenue-boosting benefit of modern heat exchangers.

3. Advancement of most technologies

The reason heat exchangers have impacted most industries is because they all rely on advanced technologies, and those technologies rely on effective thermal management solutions. By making it possible to handle large amounts of waste heat in a more efficient and manageable way, heat exchangers have also been an important factor in the advancement of such technologies. Unlike traditional cooling solutions, the heat transfer methods used by heat exchangers can be utilized to create increasingly more powerful and innovative solutions without requiring larger investments in energy or having to accommodate larger air conditioning equipment.

For more information about how heat exchangers boost efficiency in several different areas, call Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX, at 866-936-6736.