In our previous blog, we took a look at the way your operation may be able to benefit from ambient cooling solutions, as well as what you need to consider for ideal thermal management. Indeed, getting the most from your technological applications is not always as simple as competitors lead you to believe, and sometimes it takes having a custom thermal solution on your side to achieve your company goals. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX discusses the way below ambient units utilize outside air to cool an electrical enclosure, as well as how you benefit.
A Different Method Than Air to Air Models
Whereas air to air thermal solutions aim to cool overheating electrical panels utilizing the outside ambient air temperature, below ambient methods take a slightly different approach to application cooling. You see, every industry contains its own unique set of needs and parameters that must be considered, which means simply relying on the same one-size-fits-all thermal solution is anything short of ideal.
Indeed, most industries are competitive in terms of yield, services, and products, and as such, the only viable option to maintain your position at the top is to utilize custom thermal solutions such as a heat pipe heat exchanger or below ambient cooling method. This is why we do not stop at air-to-air methods.
As a matter of fact, our below ambient heat exchangers utilize air to water methods in order to help cool overheating electrical panels outside to below the outside ambient temperature. To learn more about this process and how our team can help, give us a call today.
Utilizing an Active Fluid
Unlike our ambient models, air to water enclosure cooling relies on a specially-designed open loop-core that not only removes waste heat from inside of the panel, but only uses one gallon per minute of water to do so.
You see, air to water models function by exposing the fluid to the heat source, which then causes it to rise in temperature. From here, the fluid is displaced from the source, allowing the enclosure itself to subsequently cool. And that is all there is to it! Contact a representative from the Noren team today to learn more and get started.
Can be Used in Hazardous Locations
As you can imagine, cooling an enclosure to below the outside ambient temperature may be difficult when working in particularly hazardous environments. Fortunately, we design our air to water units in a variety of models to help meet your needs precisely. This includes individuals working in oil and gas or other hazardous environments.
Let’s Get Started
Contact Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 to learn more about the need for different thermal solutions, and speak to a representative from our team today to get started on your custom solution.