Finding the ideal heat exchanger can be a grueling process, especially if you are unfamiliar with your application’s needs and parameters. What’s more? There are a variety of options out there that are not cost-efficient for your operation, and oftentimes too many companies aim to upsell and charge more for solutions that only offer sub-optimal improvement. Even still, thermal management is a necessary part of staying ahead of the curve, and our team wants to make this process as simple as possible. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX explains how air to water methods help provide effective below ambient cooling in a variety of industrial applications.
Benefits of Below Ambient Cooling
It goes without saying that there are numerous ways to provide effective temperature regulation and protection from harm in industrial applications, and the option that works best for you is largely dependent on your unique needs and parameters. Indeed, some industries may benefit significantly from certain methods for application cooling, whereas others may barely improve at all.
In order to get the most out of your machines, you must consider the role that your industry plays and how the environment influences your operation. When taking a look at below ambient cooling, we see general-purpose devices, as well as wastewater-specific applications, can benefit from effective thermal management.
With ambient cooling units, waste heat is effectively removed from the sensitive electronics contained within electrical enclosures by cooling temperatures down to below the ambient outside temperatures. To learn more about this process, reach out to our team today.
NEMA 12, 4, and 4X Standards
In addition to providing effective thermal management through below ambient methods, our air to water heat exchanger is UL listed for NEMA 12, 4, and 4X units, lending them well to use in 508a applications. Further, we manufacture a variety of model types, and information on the weight, energy efficiency, rating, fan size, height, width, and depth can all be found on our website. For more information about these models and the conditions with which they are accustomed, reach out to our team today.
Use in Hazardous Locations
Of course, not every below ambient heat exchanger is suited for every environment, however, we take care to consider even the toughest conditions they may endure. For example, our air to water heat exchanger can be used in hazardous locations such as in the oil and gas field to remove waste heat from the cabinet and subsequently cool the internal air to the temperature level of the fluid circulating within the heat exchanger’s core.
Speak with our Team
Contact Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 to learn more about the need for effective air to water heat exchangers, and speak with our team to get started today.