In our previous blog post, we discussed the basics of our air to water heat exchanger model and how they can be designed with your unique specifications in mind. Below ambient cooling is particularly effective in enclosures that are situated in an outside environment where phase-change methods can be used to keep internal temperatures below a specified range. For enclosures that primarily operate indoors, however, we have solutions to address these needs as well. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX discusses some notable features of our air to air heat exchanger models and what they can do for your operation.
Looking at Ambient Cooling
Your industrial applications provide a host of different benefits. Not only do they allow for a greater level of precision and consistency when implemented to streamline your processes, but they can accomplish more in a finite amount of time due to their mechanical nature.
Indeed, technological applications have paved the way for greater capabilities for various industries, and staying ahead of the competitive curve is largely dependent on what your devices can accomplish. Still, just because they offer more, it does not mean they are indestructible. In fact, most applications are not designed with thermal regulation in mind.
You see, thermal regulation is the process in place that helps rid your device of waste heat and therefore prevents it from overheating. Overheating is the number one cause of device shutdown or failure, and can even contribute t even greater concerns such as electrical fires and permanent damage. To address these concerns, it could be beneficial for you to look into ambient cooling capabilities. Contact our team to learn more about this process today.
Designed for Hazardous Locations, Too!
Ambient cooling heat exchangers utilize the outside air temperature to help cool overheating electrical panels and enclosures. They are designed in drop-in and flush-mount models, allowing them to either attach to the top or the side of your application.
Not only can air to air units provide a more consistent result than compressed air coolers and air conditioners, but they can be customized to address unique needs such as those working in hazardous locations as well. To learn more about this process and how our team can help you get started, give us a call today.
Meeting Various Enclosure Needs
When it comes to meeting your needs and parameters, you are in luck. While most one-size-fits-all devices tout the ability to enhance your capabilities, in reality, no such thing can be accomplished without specification and customization. Our air to air devices can be designed to meet the specifications of various UL and NEMA standards, including UL type 12, 3R, 4 and 4X.
Learn More Today
Contact Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 to speak to a representative from our office today and learn more about the notable features of our ambient cooling units.