Protecting Your Equipment From Debris

Filtration machinery in modern brewery production lineThere are a number of factors that can influence your business’ level of productivity, and some circumstances can be downright detrimental to the cause. Indeed, each industry contains its own set of unique needs, and each business within those industries may have different parameters even still, meaning customization is in high demand when it comes to thermal management solutions. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX takes a look at other ways our team can help protect your sensitive electronics from concerns, including protection from falling debris.

More Than Heightened Temperatures

It goes without saying that one of the biggest concerns every company faces when utilizing industrial-grade equipment of a large scale is overheating. After all, each device functions in such a manner to fulfill an action or task, and the energy exerted to do so produces waste heat. Thus, this waste heat must be removed from the device in order to ensure proper function, otherwise internal temperatures will rise to dangerous levels.

When equipment overheats, it can cause a number of complications. For example, it could lead to temporary breakdown, permanent damage, and even electrical fires. Though overheating applications are a major concern for most, bear in mind that it is not the only complication that can arise.

As a matter of fact, falling dust and debris can complicate your function and productivity as well. For example, say an electrical enclosure is housing sensitive wires that are essential to operation. If falling dust were to enter the enclosure and internal temperatures were at a heightened level, the dust can act as an accelerant for electrical fires, among other complications. To learn more about this process, reach out to a member of our team today.

How Debris Complicates Function

Dust is not the only concern to be wary of. In fact, corrosive and noncorrosive liquids may also hinder your application’s function by causing your equipment to short-circuit or permanently damage major components. Further, it is not enough to house sensitive wires in an enclosure, and as such, you should always pursue options that provide a thorough seal and consistent results throughout. For more information about this process and how our team can help you, reach out to one of our Noren representatives today.

Understanding Your Options

We are well past one-size-fits-all solutions when it comes to caring for your equipment, and as such, you must find an effective option that suits your needs best. Accessories such as filters, fans, and gaskets can help prioritize your application’s protection, and custom thermal solutions such as heat sinks, cold plates, and our Eco-Cool Dual Filter Fan may be able to help.

Learn More Today

Contact Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 to learn more about the need for effective accessories when protecting equipment from debris, and speak with our team to get started today.