Air To Water Application Cooling

robots welding in a car factoryIdeal application cooling is a goal that many companies strive to achieve. After all, the job must get done and a number of industries rely heavily on equipment and other applications to make it happen. Nowadays, however, it is not enough to ensure an application does not overheat but to accomplish this while also optimizing yield and productivity. Fortunately, a number of methods and technologies have been utilized to help make this happen. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX will take a look at phase-change technology in particular, and discuss the ways that air to water cooling optimizes output.

Understanding Thermal Management

To adequately prevent a machine from overheating and suffering significant damage, the heat energy that is generated as it performs its tasks must be removed in some way or another. This can occur through movement, spreading, or dissipation. The key to accomplishing these concepts is to implement a component or method that can initiate the process through simple but effective means. This is where the notion of a thermal management component comes into play.

There exist a variety of methods for transferring or exchanging waste heat, and some are more favorable than others. The team at Noren products has made it our mission for well over 40 years to develop eco-friendly, simple solutions that can help you get the most out of your technological applications. To learn more, reach out to our team today to speak to a representative.

Accomplishing Regulation Through Phase-Change

Among the many methods we utilize for temperature regulation, phase-change is the one we will discuss today. This process involves the use of a fluid to help transfer waste energy. The fluid is present at the heat source so that it may absorb the waste heat that the machine is emitting.

From here, the fluid will continue to rise in temperature until it reaches its latent heat of vaporization, in which it changes states from a liquid to a gas. Then, the vapor is carried across a distance to allow it to cool, and once it has reached a temperature below its point of vaporization, it returns back to its liquid state. It is then transferred back to the heat source where the process repeats itself.

Added Benefits of Eco-Friendly Solutions

An air to water heat exchanger generates a number of benefits, including to the environment. Because the process involves the use and reuse of a natural fluid, you do not need to worry about excessive or even harmful waste. What’s more, utilizing fluids such as water makes the working and physical environment much more habitable, making this solution an optimal choice.

Speak with Our Team

For more information about our different technologies or to begin the process of creating your product, contact Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 today.