When Thermal Management Changes Phases

Whole house humidifier used in colder climate areas to increase indoor humidity for comfortOne-size-fits-all heat exchangers – while certainly a helpful idea in theory – are a thing of the past. As a matter of fact, custom solutions have been discovered to help you get the most out of your industrial technology, as they take into account the unique parameters surrounding your operation. Even still, not every method works for every industry, and some are more eco-friendly or sustainable than others. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX takes a look at what it means to utilize phase-change methods, and how this process provides sustainable thermal management.

Sustainable Thermal Management

It goes without saying that there is much to be done when it comes to taking care of our planet. What’s more? For years there has been a movement toward optimization of operations through reduction of cycle times, rapid internal cooling, and more. While this move certainly benefits the industries that utilize them, it also harms our planet in the process.

As such, the team at Noren has made it our priority for over 50 years to place an equal emphasis on optimal thermal management and eco-friendly methods to do so. Indeed, sustainability does not have to mean sacrificing quality or speed, and we utilize a number of natural methods with simple concepts and low to no maintenance that help you get the most from your industrial applications.

From active and passive cooling to below ambient methods and phase-change technology, we will work with your team to find the option that works best for you and helps place your capabilities one step above the rest. For more information about this process, reach out to our team today.

Air to Water Solutions

When looking at utilizing natural methods to produce effective application cooling within an enclosure, one of our more popular options involves the use of phase-change technology. During this process, a fluid such as water is used as a medium with which waste heat is transported away from the heat source. To learn more about the air to water heat exchanger and process, give our team a call today.

Optimizing Your Operation

An air to water heat exchanger utilizes a setup that exposes this fluid to the heat source, where it will absorb the waste heat and increase in temperature until it reaches its latent point of vaporization. From here, it will transform states of matter into a vapor that is carried away from the source over a specified distance. As this occurs, the fluid decreases in temperature and eventually returns to its liquid state, where it is carried back to the source to repeat the process.

Learn More Today

Contact Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 to speak to a representative from our team and learn more about your air to water heat exchanger options today.