Whether you are looking to optimize your thermal management capabilities through use of a custom heat sink or heat pipe, or simply want to increase yields and decrease cycle times for plastic mold cooling, our team has got you covered. Indeed, just as every industry contains a unique set of needs, parameters, and purposes, your industrial applications do not venture from this path. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX discusses factors you should know about below ambient cooling units before committing to a general heat exchanger.
What is Below Ambient Cooling?
It goes without saying that there are a variety of methods out there for initiating thermal management and regulation in a given application. For instance, some devices can benefit from phase-change technology, in which a fluid is used to absorb waste heat until reaching its point of vaporization, then the vapor is carried away from the source to be subsequently cooled. Another example includes thermoelectric measures, in which two electrical junctions pass a voltage back and forth where the result is the subsequent cooling of that junction. In devices that function outside in an environment, an effective method to use includes below ambient cooling.
Indeed, below ambient cooling is designed to remove waste heat and cool an enclosure to below the ambient outside temperature and offers a solution that easily replaces compressed air coolers and air conditions. Additionally, they are relatively easy to install, as they contain an isogloss gasket that helps seal the enclosure and keep out contaminants. For more information about this process, reach out to a representative from our team today.
Our Open Loop Core
What makes our below ambient heat exchangers effective at their intended purpose is that we utilize a specially designed open loop core in order to remove waste heat from inside the enclosure, utilizing only one gallon per minute of water for most units. What’s more? Our team will work closely with you to gain a proper understanding of your needs and parameters so that we can set you up with not only a better functioning thermal solution but one that elevates your processes optimally. To learn more about this process and how our team can help, contact us today.
In addition to ideal thermal management solutions, the team at Noren Products currently manufactures a number of UL-certified solutions that can be easily mounted on the side of your enclosure. What’s more? Our options lend themselves well to being used in 508a applications, and we design models for 12, 4, or 4X units.
Speak with Our Team
To learn more about the benefits of below ambient heat exchangers, contact Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 and speak to a member of our team today.