Category: Computers

Safeguard Your Computerized Tech

Heat sink

Your equipment costs money to maintain, and things can become costly in a hurry if there is an overheating issue. Repairs can take time and you could experience delays in production while you wait for parts to arrive. Your employees rely upon you for their productivity, so the overheating of your computerized technological equipment could… Read more »

Additive Manufacturing And Heat Perils

3d printing Noren

3D printing is quickly becoming a dominating force in the manufacturing landscape. This process is more precisely known by the term additive manufacturing. When the involved machinery is running efficiently, this can be a revolutionary new way for small-scale producers to develop prototypes in record time. Engineers are designing more and more applications for this… Read more »

Thermal Solutions For CPUs

A silicon CPU and microprocessor technology for modern day applications. 3D render illustration.

In our previous blog, we took a look at the ins and outs of automation, as well as how many companies utilize automated machinery for a host of different tasks. We also discussed the thermal management process behind this process, including the need for customized solutions. Indeed, each industry out there contains its own unique… Read more »

Proper CPU Cooling For Computers

Electronic circuit and cooling fin at personal computer video card

Whether we like it or not, overheating is a natural process that we must encounter when working with any kind of technological application or equipment. Indeed, consistent use and function require energy, and while an application is operating, it generates waste heat. Without special considerations for this waste energy, the internal temperatures of a device… Read more »

Heat Exchangers and the Advancement of Modern Computing

When companies first began switching their electrical thermal management systems to more efficient and advanced heat exchangers, the benefits they experienced due to more streamlined cooling were significant. Unlike more traditional electrical cooling systems, which relied on the use machinery to chill air and circulate it through enclosures, heat exchangers allowed companies to maintain high-performance… Read more »

What Heat Exchangers Have Done for Modern Computing

Today, computers control and are part of so many different aspects of modern life that we rarely consider just how quickly they’ve advanced over the years. However, in only a few decades, computers have gone from large, unwieldy systems that take up entire rooms to tiny, superpowered devices that can be carried around in a… Read more »

Next-Level Thermal Management for Advanced Computers

The advanced state of computing technology today is a culmination of many different advancements in several different technological areas. One of the most impactful of those advancements has been the advent of streamlined electrical thermal management. Traditional electrical cooling was a cumbersome process, and one that didn’t lend itself well to innovation. It’s difficult to… Read more »

Custom Heat Exchangers for Computer Processing

Back when basic computer processing equipment took up entire rooms full of space, using comparably large air conditioners and other solutions to cool it didn’t seem out of place. However, it didn’t take long for computers, electronics, and virtually every other form of technology to advance to a point where such large solutions were no… Read more »

Thermal Management For Advanced Electronics

For manufacturing and other companies that rely on large-scale technological equipment, the benefits of streamlining thermal management with heat exchangers has long been well-known. Without having to power, maintain, repair, and replace equally large cooling units (such as air conditioners), companies could implement more reliable and cost-efficient technologies easier and more conveniently. That convenience was… Read more »

Heat Exchangers and High-Performance Computers

Several decades ago, computers with any kind of real power were so large they needed entire rooms dedicated to housing their electrical enclosures. Their size made it reasonable to have equally large air conditioning equipment nearby to cool the enclosures and prevent them from overheating. However, it wasn’t long before computer technology was miniaturized to… Read more »