Of all the different concerns that can come with a company’s electrical thermal management solutions, maintenance isn’t always high on the list. That’s because other concerns, such as energy costs and dedicated space, can have a much more immediate impact, especially with solutions that require a lot of both. Therefore, when heat exchangers revolutionized electrical thermal management, their ability to reduce costs and space were among their most notable benefits. However, companies also benefit greatly from another important advantage – a drastically reduced need to halt operations for routine maintenance, or for unscheduled repairs or parts replacement.
What better thermal management means
Because electrical thermal management comes with many different concerns, better electrical thermal management can mean many different things. For example, a cooling solution that minimizes costs without losing any of its ability to prevent electrical overheating would be a better solution. So would a solution that helps companies save space, reduces their reliance on energy, lower their environmental, and even improve productivity by limiting the need for maintenance. Heat exchangers all of these goals (and more) by addressing the root problem of traditional solutions. Instead of relying on chilled air and the HVAC machinery needed to generate it, heat exchangers create a loop where cooling fluid can absorb waste heat, transfer and dissipate it, and then return to absorb more heat in a continuous cycle.
Why heat exchangers need minimal attention
Their simplified heat transfer methods are the key to why heat exchangers don’t require as much maintenance or attention as traditional solutions. The process of transferring heat with an eco-friendly fluid often requires little more than a closed loop system and, occasionally, one or more small external fans. The heat exchanger itself may utilize heat pipes or custom-machined cold plates to create the loop and carry the cooling fluid. It can also be customized to fit into unique spaces to give companies more freedom in accommodating them.
Where companies experience additional benefits
The ability to reduce the need for scheduled maintenance and unscheduled downtime is a significant benefit to modern heat exchangers, but their advantages extend far beyond that. For example, reducing the need for energy means that companies also reduce a significant factor in their overhead. It also helps propel their efforts to lower their environmental footprints and prioritize more eco-friendly production processes. For more information about how to achieve better thermal management with minimal maintenance, call Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX, at 866-936-6736.