Category: Below Ambient Heat Exchangers

Custom Heat Exchangers For Below-Ambient Cooling

It’s been many years since companies first began utilizing heat exchangers for their electrical cooling needs. Almost immediately, the companies that switched from more traditional solutions, like air conditioners, began to benefit from the reduced amount of energy they had to dedicate to thermal management. These and other advantages stem from the more streamlined ways… Read more »

Heat Exchangers Designed for Below-Ambient Cooling

Since heat exchangers have become a popular electrical enclosure cooling system, the value of ambient cooling solutions has grown increasingly more prominent. However, there are still many applications in which ambient cooling doesn’t suffice, whether it’s because the environment outside of the electrical enclosures is too warm, or the application’s operating parameters specifically require below-ambient… Read more »

How to Simplify Below-Ambient Electrical Cooling

Over the past several decades, heat exchangers have made a significant impact on the thermal management process of companies in all industries. They’ve done this by giving companies better, more natural, and more efficient was of preventing electrical overheating, which don’t rely on cumbersome processes like condensing and/or chilling air. In many cases, the ambient… Read more »

Reaching Below-Ambient Cooling without Chilled Air

Heat exchangers have become a significant part of thermal management processes across multiple different industries. That includes everything from electrical cooling, or the process of removing waste heat from inside of an electrical enclosure, to more challenging thermal processes such as wastewater treatment, and more. In some cases, the reason heat exchangers have become so… Read more »

Can Heat Exchangers Achieve Below-Ambient Cooling?

Heat exchangers can do a lot of things in the realm of electrical thermal management. For example, they can handle large amounts of electrical waste heat in a manner that’s just as effective and much more efficient than traditional cooling solutions. They can also help companies save significantly on the costs of thermal management, especially… 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 »

Are Heat Exchangers Effective for Below-Ambient Cooling?

With their ability to make ambient cooling a viable solution for electrical thermal management, heat exchangers have long been recognized as some of the most efficient electrical cooling solutions. For most applications, ambient cooling is more than adequate to prevent electrical overheating, and the simplified processes by which heat exchangers transfer heat are significantly more… Read more »

A Brief Look at the Benefits of Air-to-Water Heat Exchangers

Heat exchangers have long been an important part of many companies’ thermal management processes, and for many good reasons. However, before they became popular, industries first had to let go of several misconceptions they held about electrical thermal management. For example, it was once believed that the only way to effectively prevent an electrical enclosure… Read more »

Using Heat Exchangers for Below-Ambient Cooling

When it comes to high-performance electrical thermal management, heat exchangers that provide efficient, ambient cooling are often more than enough to prevent electrical overheating. Despite using natural methods to transfer heat, they can often offer cooling solutions that are just as powerful and usually more efficient than older solutions, such as HVAC equipment. The one… Read more »

Creating Below-Ambient Cooling without Chilled Air

For most common systems, the maximum operating temperature of a given application is much higher than the ambient temperature around it. Therefore, for such applications, there is no pressing need to have to chill the inside of electrical enclosures to prevent them from overheating. That’s why heat exchangers first became a more popular alternative. Instead… Read more »