Keeping Electrical Panels Protected

Electrical switchgear, Industrial electrical switch panel at substation in industrial zone at power plant with closed up high resolution 50M pixel concept which customer can use for large file.Whether you are aware of it or not, your technological devices provide so much more than just an improvement in productivity. As a matter of fact, a shift in goals and expectations have made it so that most competitive industries rely heavily on their technological capabilities, and failing to accommodate thermal management needs will only result in system shutdown and complication. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX discusses the influence overheating has on your electrical enclosures, as well as details the thermal solutions that can help.

A Need for Thermal Management

It goes without saying that industrial-grade applications have proven time and time again to be a valuable asset to a company’s industrial capabilities. For various industries, goals can consist of achieving shortened cycle times, higher yields, and consistent assembly line cycles. Though each industry may have its own unique set of goals and ambitions, there are applications of varying degrees that can help in a few different capacities.

Due to the large-scale nature of an industrial application, it becomes clear that there is a need to also ensure the device is able to function consistently and accurately in lieu of the possibility of overheating. You see, as devices continue to function incessantly, the mechanisms within them begin to generate waste heat. Without a way to remove this energy, it will only continue to rise until it has reached a dangerous operating level.

When the internal temperature of an application has reached a dangerous level, a few different things can occur. You might experience overheating in the form of a temporary shutdown, an electrical fire, or even as permanent damage. Because of this, it pays to have a quality thermal solution in place. To learn more about this process and how we can help, give us a call today.

Housing Important Components

Taking a look at electrical panels and enclosures specifically, we see that the main purpose of these components is to house sensitive electronics. For example, the wires, junctions, switches, and more that contribute to your device’s operation are typically housed in the electrical panel so as to keep them safe.

The problem arises, however, when waste heat generates and is trapped inside of these panels. To address these concerns, our team may recommend a thermal solution to specifically remove this waste heat and enhance your overall protection. Give us a call today.

Additional Accessories That Can Help

Sometimes you are not in need of an entire heat exchanger, but rather, an accessory. Items such as fans, filters, and gaskets can all assist in enhancing your thermal capabilities by displacing waste heat and preventing debris such as dust and dirt from entering the enclosure.

Get Started 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 the need for electrical panel enclosure cooling.