Heat exchangers have been widely recognized as one of the most efficient electrical cooling solutions for several decades now. Companies that utilize heat exchanger-cooled technologies experience higher levels of productivity and efficiency thanks to the cooling solutions’ innovative heat transfer capabilities. However, heat exchangers are used today for much more than just cooling electrical enclosures. For instance, companies in industries that rely heavily on thermal management for other, more critical processes can experience even greater benefits by utilizing heat exchangers for them, as well.
Make food & beverage companies more efficient
Food and beverage production is highly reliant on careful and precise thermal management, and the cooling of advanced technologies is only one part of that reliance. In agricultural applications, heat exchangers may be utilized to keep conditions comfortable and humane for animals, and to maintain high levels of safety during the production process. Pasteurization and other processes specifically revolve around thermal management, and being able to provide it in the same efficient and eco-friendly manner that heat exchangers are known for gives companies a significant advantage.
Improve the process of machine tool cooling
Molding companies rely on machine tool cooling systems to remove heat from molds consistently. The process is similar to removing waste heat from electrical enclosures; however, in molding, the heat is significantly more intense and requires more specialized thermal management capabilities. Thermal pins, which are specialized heat exchangers designed specifically for machine tool cooling, can be made to fit most existing molding equipment. They help companies dramatically boost the efficiency of machine tool cooling and the quality of every mold using high-performance, isothermal heat transfer methods.
Make wastewater treatment easier
Wastewater treatment has become implemented more widely in several different industries as companies race to make their overall operations greener and more eco-friendly. Treating wastewater involves utilizing heat, and traditionally, it can be a significant burden on overall costs. However, by customizing heat exchangers to transfer the electrical waste heat they collect, companies can supplement those costs to make eco-friendliness a more cost-effective endeavor.
For more information about what heat exchangers can do besides cool electrical enclosures, call Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX, at 866-936-6736.