It goes without saying that proper application cooling and thermal management can be accomplished in a variety of ways. From the method used to transfer heat to the specific technology utilized, an effective, eco-friendly product can be created and implemented to not only meet your specific parameters but do so in a manner that favors productivity. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX takes a look into one of the many products we offer – ambient cooling units – and just how they function to accomplish your goals.
Establishing Proper Air Flow
It is one thing to provide application cooling, but it is completely different to do so in a way that is not harmful to your working environment. What’s more, there has been a shift in preference from preventing overheating to preventing overheating in an efficient manner that also increases yield. As a solution to this dilemma, an ambient cooling heat exchanger utilizes the outside ambient air temperature to cool overheating electrical panels without the need for additional air compressors or air conditioners.
Establishing proper airflow is a must in the journey to preventing overheating. That being said, ambient enclosure cooling can only be achieved if the outside temperature is less than that of the internal temperature of a given application. To learn more about how the process works or to speak to a member of our team, contact your nearest Noren representative.
Drop-In and Flush-Mount Exchangers
Not every application is created the same, and therefore requires variation in solutions to determine which one is right for the job. To accommodate your electrical panel, we produce a number of different models to address your needs. For instance, our Drop-In heat exchangers are designed to attach to the top of an electrical enclosure and function to transfer waste heat through a custom-designed heat pipe into the ambient outside air.
Separate from our Drop-In exchangers, our Flush-Mount heat exchangers are designed to attach to the side of the door of an electrical enclosure, and function in a similar manner as the Drop-In model. For more information about this process, reach out to our team today.
Helpful in Hazardous Locations
It is not surprising that each industry contains different needs or even different environments, which is why we custom-create our products to accomplish effective temperature regulation and thermal management however you need them. This includes effective use in hazardous locations such as in the Oil & Gas field. In fact, Noren currently manufactures the only UL-certified exchanger for ATEX/IECEx certification standards.
Contact Our Team
Contact Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 for more information about our ambient enclosure cooling, or to speak to a member of our team to learn what your next best steps are