Phase-Change Methods For Cooling

pumps and pipe line for supplying water vapor with pressure gauges installed in the boiler room with back light flareUtilizing your technological applications to their capacity means having a thorough understanding of what it needs to do so. Indeed, a variety of applications contain unique parameters, and if these are not accounted for, it makes it difficult to perform daily tasks and functions optimally. Because of this, it is more beneficial to seek a custom heat exchanger that can be specifically designed to address your needs, and our team offers a handful of methods to help you achieve optimal application cooling. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX details the methods behind an air to water heat exchanger, and how our team can help you.

Understanding Phase-Change Processes

When it comes to providing effective thermal management for your industrial application or equipment, it is important to note that there are several different method options to choose from. Indeed, the method that proves most effective for you will depend largely on your application’s function, your physical location, space allotted for your equipment, and your other unique parameters and needs.

Some methods utilize higher amounts of energy to ensure faster cycle times, whereas others may only offer the bear minimum in terms of thermal management. This is where our team comes in to help, however, as we have dedicated over fifty years to an equal emphasis on high thermal transfer and environmentally-friendly and sustainable approaches.

One such approach that has grown significantly in terms of popularity includes our phase-change methods. This process utilizes a cooling fluid to remove waste heat from your device without posing harm to the environment. For more information about this process, reach out to our team today.

Air to Water Heat Exchanger

Phase change technology can be utilized in a variety of settings, but most often we implement the practice with our below ambient cooling units. This option is effective for cooling electrical cabinets, and involves utilizing a cooling fluid to remove waste heat. Further, this process helps reduced the temperature to below the ambient outside temperature, effectively only utilizing 1 GPM of water to do so.

Not only does a below ambient cooling unit reestablish a stable working temperature within an enclosure, but an isoloss gasket helps ensure protection from outside debris. Contact a representative from our team to learn more today.

A Variety of Options

Arguably the most convenient part of phase-change methods is that they can be implemented and utilized in a variety of different settings. Indeed, our team will work with you to gain a thorough understanding of your needs, then help you obtain the ideal thermal solution that optimizes your operation.

Learn More Today

Contact Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 to speak with a member of our team about how to get started, and learn more about the benefits of below ambient cooling today.