Wastewater Treatment Through NEMA Compliance

Wastewater or sewage treatment plant, water purification facilities and pumping station equipment isometric design. 3d vector icon of filtration tank, storage and cleaning reservoirs with pipesThe key to getting the most from your technological applications is not to invest in the option that costs the most money, but rather, invest in custom thermal solutions that are designed to meet your needs precisely. Indeed, a customized plan does not always have to cost you an arm and a leg, and our team places an equal emphasis on optimization and sustainability to truly provide the output you desire. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX takes a look at industry-specific needs in wastewater treatment, as well as demonstrates how our wastewater heat exchangers adhere to NEMA 4X standards.

Considerations for Wastewater Care

It goes without saying that as technological innovation has continued to boom and skyrocket, most industries have shifted focus to a more equipment-heavy approach to production. Indeed, this can be seen across a spectrum of different fields and industries, and it has led to exponential growth, production, and even profit.

When we take a close look at industry-specific needs, however, we can see that not all industries are immediately compatible with most universal applications. For example, wastewater management contains a unique problem: running water or interaction with water can negatively impact application function. As such, industries such as this benefit greatly from looking into thermal solutions that more appropriately meet their needs.

As you can imagine, water and other liquids are majorly involved in system breakdown, cease of function, and even permanent damage. This means that wastewater applications, in particular, should be created with specific standards in mind. Fortunately, our team creates applications with NEMA standards in mind. For more information about this process and how our team can help, give us a call today.

Optimizing Your Capabilities

Per the standards set forth by the National Electrical Manufacturer’s Association (NEMA), the device must be able to exclude, at a minimum, 65 gallons per minute of water from an enclosure through use of an air-tight seal. This helps to protect the sensitive wires and other components contained in an electrical panel.

Another key feature of NEMA 4X enclosure cooling is that the water displaced from the application must do so using a one-inch faucet for water exclusion. To learn more about this process and what this means for your applications, give our team a call today.

Your Needs and Parameters

While one-size-fits-all heat exchangers may sound appealing for their ability to get the job done, it is always going to be more cost-effective and efficient to seek quality thermal solutions, to begin with. We will gain a thorough understanding of your unique parameters and needs so that we can steer you in the correct direction in terms of thermal solution and heat management.

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 wastewater heat exchanger options.