Improvements for Air-To-Water Applications

Electric light lamp in industrial enclosure, power distribution industry.Before the shift toward optimized function took effect, the main purpose of thermal management was to ensure that any given technological application did not experience overheating. Indeed, overheating was once the number one cause of impediments to production as well as equipment malfunction, but custom devices such as heat exchangers have since addressed this concern. Nowadays, however, products must be able to address this as a baseline necessity as well as encourage optimal yield as industries continue to become more and more competitive. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX will take a look at the way that air-to-air applications have gestured toward air-to-water heat exchangers.

Upgrading Your Accessories

As we move toward a need for more technological applications and appropriate thermal management, it is only natural that competition begins to play a factor. What’s more, products that were once revered for their ability to address the needs of any application are now rendered obsolete as an age of customizability has entered.

For companies looking to get the most out of their technological applications, it may be time to direct attention towards eco-friendly components. Indeed, concepts such as heat spreading, movement, and dissipation can be accomplished through a variety of needs. In regards to air-to-water heat exchangers, utilizing phase-change technology can help.

Products that utilize phase-change technology accomplish application cooling through the use of a fluid. This process consists of having a liquid present at the heat source that will then absorb the waste heat until it reaches its latent point of vaporization. At this stage, it will transform into vapor and is carried across a specified distance. Along the way, the fluid will begin to cool and eventually transform back into a fluid, where it is carried to the source to repeat the process. To learn more about this, reach out to our team today.

Benefits of Forced Cooling

Passive means of application cooling certainly do well in specific environments, however, effective air-to-water heat exchangers make forced cooling a thing of the future. Our team is ready to help optimize your equipment in order to increase yields and prevent from overheating, and we welcome you to give our team a call to learn more about your options.

Versatility in Design and Need

We recognize that one-size-fits-all solutions are a thing of the past, and we emphasize the quality behind custom thermal solutions. Whether you are seeking specific methods, unique bends, and angles, or solutions that utilize a minimal amount of space and a maximum level of power density, we are ready to help.

Contact Our Team

Contact Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 to learn more about your options and speak to a representative from our team today.