For companies that rely heavily on technology, which is virtually every company these days, the weight of electrical thermal management is one that they’ve always had to carry. With traditional cooling solutions like air conditioners and air compression units, the burden was often a heavy one, involving large investments in energy, constant maintenance and repairs, and more. Today, however, the weight of electrical thermal management is often much easier to bear, thanks largely to more advanced electrical cooling solutions such as heat exchangers.
Streamlining energy usage for continuous cooling
The amount of energy that specific electrical cooling solutions utilize is one of the most significant factors in how efficient and cost-effective it is. For example, with conventional cooling apparatus, large amounts of energy are required to consistently generate chilled air, and then circulate it throughout various electrical enclosures to prevent overheating. While the traditional method of using chilled air to prevent overheating can be streamlined somewhat, the core process of generating cold air will always be an energy intensive process. By contrast, more modern heat exchanger units are able to significantly reduce a company’s reliance on energy by eliminating the need for a continuous supply of cold air.
Utilizing less complex heat transfer processes
Unlike their more conventional counterparts, modern electrical cooling solutions often operate on principles of transferring electrical waste heat within efficient, nearly self-contained loops. This is accomplished through the use of an eco-friendly cooling fluid that rapidly absorbs electrical waste heat as soon as electrical components generate it. When the fluid evaporates, it can easily and quickly transfer the heat that it has absorbed to a cooler area of the heat exchanger, such as a custom heat sink. The fluid dissipates the heat here, then condenses back into liquid and flows back to the beginning of the loop to continue transferring waste heat.
Improving a company’s overall efficiency
When companies are able to implement thermal management solutions that don’t rely on exorbitant amounts of energy or complicated air chilling processes, they can streamline their electrical cooling operations in several different ways. Not only is it more cost-effective to keep their technology properly cooled, but operations are able to continue uninterrupted by unscheduled repairs and breakdowns that lead to costly downtime. The more companies rely on heat exchangers instead of more traditional cooling solutions, the more they can enhance the overall efficiency and productivity of their operations.
For more information about saving costs on advanced thermal management, call Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX, at 866-936-6736.