Companies in most industries haven’t always had a wide range of choices when it comes to their electrical thermal management solutions. Traditionally, the most commonly implemented solutions were those that involved the use of cold air to stop electrical heat from accumulating into heat pockets. With the use of air conditioning, air compression, and similar air chilling solutions, companies could make use of technologies in many different areas of operations. Today, however, companies have a wide range of options when it comes to cooling their advanced technologies. In many cases, the use of modern cold plate heat exchangers has helped significantly boost companies’ thermal management efficiency and reliability.
Utilizing cold plates to transfer waste heat
The growing use of cold plate heat exchangers has accompanied an overall boost in the implementation of more natural and eco-friendly electrical cooling solutions. As companies in every industry have taken advantage of increasingly more advanced technologies, the burdens of traditional electrical cooling solutions have often become untenable. To keep their operations running smoothly and their operating costs more manageable, increasingly more companies have turned to more natural heat exchangers as their cooling solutions of choice. Cold plates are a specific type of heat exchanger that utilizes multiple stacked plates with flow paths machined into them, through which an eco-friendly cooling fluid can efficiently transfer electrical waste heat.
Scaling cold plate heat exchangers for industrial use
Cold plate heat exchangers are designed to transfer electrical waste heat in a highly efficient manner, and often, across larger surface areas in industrial settings. Cold plates are thin, metal plates that can be stacked to optimize their heat transfer capabilities, and the cooling fluid that flows through them can absorb the heat at multiple points across the plate’s surface. After absorbing the waste heat, the fluid can easily flow away from sensitive electrical components, then dissipate it once it is safely away from them. This creates an easily manageable, and easily scalable, method of preventing electrical overheating that doesn’t require chilled air, excess amounts of energy, or frequent maintenance and repairs.
The advantages of customizing cold plates
Cold plates and other modern heat exchanger designs provide companies with a myriad of benefits by making thermal management more efficient and eco-friendly. These advantages are multiplied when companies are able to customize their electrical cooling solutions to meet the optimal operating parameters of each specific application. With cold plates that can utilize multiple plates and custom-machined flow paths, customizing thermal management can often be a much more effective and profitable process. For more information about how cold plates boost thermal management efficiency, call Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX, at 866-936-6736.