Achieving Ideal Application Cooling

laser cutting. Metal processing on cnc laser machine with sparksBy now you may be well aware that overheating is one of the most common issues industrial applications face on a regular basis. Indeed, without a proper means of removing waste heat, the technology your industry relies so heavily on can break down, lead to electrical fires, and even cease function entirely. But how do companies determine what methods will work best when it comes to ideal application cooling? In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX takes a look into what components and technologies we employ to help not only prevent overheating but to optimize your machine’s capabilities.

An Understanding of Major Concepts

In order to effectively provide industrial application cooling, we first need a base understanding of the concepts behind the process. Indeed, understanding your thermal budget and the three main strategies employed can take your thermal management capabilities to the next level.

The root of our solutions at Noren Products consists of three main strategies: heat spreading, movement, and dissipation. You see, just as a person can overheat from excessive physical activity, industrial applications can as well. Because of this, it is crucial your devices have a consistent method of removing the thermal energy that results from constant function.

To effectively implement these strategies, a method for transfer such as conduction, convection, or radiation will need to be used as well. Finding the ideal heat exchanger for your company will be heavily dependent on a few different parameters, and that is where our team comes in to help. For more information about this process, reach out to our team today.

A Base Inventory of Solution Components

Once you have an understanding of the concepts and transfer methods, you can finally begin to consider a number of components. For instance, a spreader contains a high level of thermal conductivity so that the energy produced at the source can be relocated to a larger exchanger, thus moving the energy away from the sensitive equipment.

Another option includes a heat sink, which spreads thermal energy through its base into perpendicular fins, then out into the surrounding air in an act of dissipation. Products such as heat pipes transfer energy through hollow cores and can implement the use of a fluid and phase-change technology to do so.

Customization Brings it all Together

While everything spoken of thus far is imperative to optimal function, the factor that takes your applications one step further than the rest is the ability to have a solution customized to your unique needs. Indeed, our team works closely with you to achieve a variety of bends, angles, and more to accommodate your specific parameters, ultimately helping you get the most from your technology.

Speak with Our Team

Contact Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 to learn more about the science behind your thermal solutions, or speak with a member of our team to get started on yours today.