What Is Natural And Forced Cooling?

Outdoor air conditioning equipment. Air conditioners are located on the wall of the building.It goes without saying that ensuring a technological application is running as it should be through regulation of internal temperatures is a must. After all, when machines are created without this in mind, they tend to experience a number of complications and malfunctions related to overheating. Nowadays, the main goals of many technologies involve increasing yield and output while also optimizing function. In some cases, this can be accomplished with natural means, whereas others require forced cooling to get the job done. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX takes a look at the differences and benefits from both natural and forced air cooling, as well as explain how customization plays a role.

Ambient Heat Exchangers

When considering a thermal management solution for your application, the environment plays a major function. For instance, in machines that utilize ambient air, they will function far less optimally in conditions of extreme heat as opposed to those where the air is cooler. This is because ambient cooling units are specifically designed to bring in the outside air to initiate technological cooling, a process that cannot be accomplished when the ambient air is higher in temperature than the waste heat produced by the enclosure.

This process utilizes outside air to cool overheating enclosures in a natural way. In other words, the technology behind the cooling is not forced, but rather passive. To learn more about this process, reach out to our team today.

Below-Ambient Cooling

On the other hand, below-ambient heat exchangers are specifically designed to cool overheating electrical panels below the outside ambient air temperature through a unique open loop core. Unlike the former product, this one forces cooling throughout with the help of water to accomplish.

Even still, other solutions utilize either passive or active convection forces to transfer waste heat away from the application itself. To learn more about this process or to speak to a member of our team, reach out to us today.

Your Custom Solution

There is no single industry that contains the exact same needs as another. What’s more, your location, purpose or role, and even conditions all play a factor in how useful your thermal management solutions will be. Indeed, your specific needs make up a unique set of parameters that should be adhered to and followed in order to help you get the most out of your equipment, and our team is ready to help.

We utilize a method known as collaborative engineering to ensure that you play an active role in the conceptualization, design, creation, and manufacturing of your product.

Learn More Today

To learn more about your heat exchanger options or to speak to a representative from our team, reach out to Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 today.