How Thermal Pins Regulate Oil & Gas

The base of a huge waterfallConsistency and dependability are significant factors to consider when updating your thermal management capabilities. After all, malfunctioning equipment and inconsistent quality of yield could be all it takes to cause a business to go under financially. In industries where there is even less margin for error, such as in Oil & Gas, this statement is even more true. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX will explore the options you have for thermal management in Oil & Gas equipment, and how thermal pins can help increase consistency and quality of service.

Hazardous Locations

It goes without saying that overheating is one of the most common concerns associated with utilizing technological applications. After all, you would not expect a person to continue performing manual labor without some form of a break or protection from overheating, so why would you expect any different from industrial applications?

This sentiment is even more true in hazardous locations such as Oil & Gas or Aerospace, as harsh conditions and environmental extremes have a major impact on how well your equipment will function. For example, have you ever gone to sunbathe by the pool only for your phone to overheat and lose its charge due to being in the sweltering hot sun? If this happens on such a small scale, imagine what environmental extremes can do to an industrial application!

In order to ensure protection in hazardous locations, your applications must be designed with protection in mind. Fortunately, this is where our team comes in to help. To learn more about your thermal management options for equipment in hazardous locations, reach out to our team today.

Consistent Cooling Throughout

One of the biggest obstacles you face when attempting to regulate a device’s internal temperatures is being able to reach all areas of the application. Indeed, fans and other accessories may be able to provide forced cooling, but ensuring it spreads throughout an entire enclosure is a difficult task.

When considering thermal management options, consider one that can provide a consistent and even cool throughout, such as a custom thermal pin heat exchanger. While these devices are often used primarily for mold cooling, they do an excellent job of ensuring an even distribution of air. Reach out to a representative from our team to learn more.

Custom Design

In addition to increased cooling capabilities, your thermal management solution can be custom-designed to address your specific needs and adhere to your unique parameters. We recognize that one-size-fits-all solutions are ineffective in helping you get the most from your applications, and we are ready to help set you up for success.

Speak with Our Team

Contact Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 to learn more about the benefits of thermal pins in Oil & Gas, and reach out to get started on your project today.