Category: Ambient Heat Exchangers

Advanced Methods for High-Performance Ambient Cooling

Ambient cooling is one of the simplest methods of electrical cooling, though it hasn’t always been a viable solution for industrial-sized applications. The process involves keeping the temperature within an electrical enclosure at just above the ambient temperature outside of it. In its simplest form, this can mean using a low-energy filter fan to blow… Read more »

Using Air-to-Air Cooling Methods for Advanced Applications

There is no way to get around the fact that electrical applications require adequate cooling solutions to prevent overheating. However, while the process of electrical cooling used to be a notoriously cumbersome one (especially when implemented at scale for industrial applications), there are several solutions today that make it much less so. For example, with… Read more »

High Efficiency Ambient Cooling with Eco-Flow

One of the greatest advantages of modern thermal management systems is their ability to adapt to increasingly higher application demands while maintaining optimal efficiency. The new Eco-Flow heat dissipator is the epitome of that goal. Its dual filter fan design gives it the ability to match the standards and performance specifications of a wide range… Read more »

Ambient and Below-Ambient Cooling with Heat Exchangers

There are many different ways for companies to cool their electrical control panels and other enclosures, each with different approaches to handling electrical waste heat. Some methods help streamline the process of electrical cooling by creating efficient, reliable ambient cooling methods. They prevent overheating by keeping temperatures within electrical enclosures at just above the ambient… Read more »

How Many Costs Can Air-to-Air Cooling Reduce?

The value in modern electrical thermal management systems can be measured in many different ways, depending on the application for which it’s used. For instance, the rate at which it can eliminate or transfer waste heat is important in helping applications operate at optimal capacity. The level of protection the system offers is important to… Read more »

An Advanced Method of Ambient Electrical Cooling

Electrical thermal management is a conundrum. If it could occur in a wide open environment, wear waste heat can simply flow away from sensitive components, then there would be little or no need for electrical thermal management solutions. However, an open environment would also leave those same components vulnerable to harmful contaminants, like dust and… Read more »

The Value in Modern Air-to-Air Heat Exchangers

The more powerful modern technology becomes, the more powerful and efficient its electrical thermal management must be. At first, that can seem like a need for more complex, complicated ways to generate chilled air faster than electrical components can generate waste heat. However, when it comes to efficient thermal management, more complex doesn’t always mean… Read more »

Ambient Cooling and Industrial Thermal Management

Of the many different options that companies now have for their industrial thermal management needs, ambient cooling (a natural method of preventing electrical overheating) remains one of the more popular methods. Compared to methods such as chilling air with the help of air conditioners or air compressors, the process of ambient cooling is much simpler… Read more »

How Efficient Are Air-to-Air Thermal Solutions?

It’s a fact of life that electrical components generate heat as they operate. It’s also a fact that, if not managed properly, that waste heat can quickly accumulate within an electrical enclosure and lead to extensive, devastating damage. The point of electrical thermal management is to prevent this from happening, and there are several ways… Read more »

Is Ambient Cooling Enough for High-Performance Applications?

When it comes to electrical thermal management, advanced technology is a double-edged sword. The applications are designed to operate faster, more powerfully, and within increasingly smaller confines. This makes them more appealing, but also poses significant challenges for implementing appropriate thermal management solutions. Such solutions need to adequately handle higher amounts of waste heat, and… Read more »