Category: Heat Exchangers

The Difference Between Ambient and Below-Ambient Heat Exchangers

When industries began relying on heat exchangers for their electrical thermal management needs, they quickly benefited from the cleaner and more efficient cooling technology. Yet, there are still instances when the surrounding air is too hot for ambient heat exchangers to work, and previously, that meant companies still had to rely on more expensive air… Read more »

Ruggedized Thermal Management Solutions for Tough Applications

Technology evolves at a sometimes neck-breaking pace, and in many industries, keeping up with the evolution is vital to maintaining an advantage over the competition. However, if organizations had to reinstall brand new equipment across the board every time an upgrade rolled out, any advantage gained would be lost to exorbitant costs and excessive downtime… Read more »

Choosing the Right Panel Cooling Option

Technology has come a long way over the last several decades, and has become an integral part of most industries. As the technology has become more powerful, maintaining complex systems has become a vital part of an organization’s ability to continue functioning. One of the most significant needs is a comprehensive cooling solution to keep… Read more »

Heat Exchangers Allow for More Efficient Technology

In increasingly more applications, heat exchangers are becoming the preferred way to keep electrical enclosures continuously cool. Noren’s cooling technology has even been certified for use in hazardous locations, as well as demanding industries such as military and aerospace technology. Compared to other electrical cooling methods, heat exchangers often provide the best way to keep… Read more »

Keeping Contaminants Out of Electrical Cooling Cabinets

There are several factors to consider when designing a thermal management system for electrical cabinets. Energy consumption, for instance, will have long-term effects on the cooling system’s efficiency, as well as its need for maintenance and overall shelf-life. Also, for most electrical cabinets, the cooling system must be designed in a way that minimizes or… Read more »

Cooling Electrical Enclosures without Condensation

The point of keeping electrical cabinets cool is to stop waste heat from damaging the electrical equipment. Traditionally, this has been achieved with a variety of methods; the most common of which were air conditioning and compressed air cooling units. However, with today’s high-powered and high-performance technology, such solutions require massive energy consumption, and in… Read more »

Answers to Common Thermal Management Questions

For over 40 years, Noren has helped companies advance their technology with customized, green energy thermal management systems. From helping to revolutionize thermal management with compact cabinet coolers, to paving the way for such systems to be used even in hazardous locations, Noren’s goal is to bring efficient thermal management solutions to the technologies that… Read more »

Tips for Upgrading Your Cabinet Cooling Systems

To stay competitive, companies across all industries have to eventually reevaluate and upgrade their operating systems. One of the biggest mistakes engineers make when implementing new technology is neglecting to design new cooling methods to meet the new requirements. Though upgraded equipment is designed to be more efficient, that doesn’t always mean that it gives off… Read more »

A More Cost-Efficient Way to Handle Electrical Waste Heat

Thermal management solutions have continued to adapt to meet the increasing demands of smaller, faster, and more powerful technology. In many ways, those demands are felt most strongly in fields such as manufacturing, industrial automation, food and beverage processing, etc., which rely more and more on high-performance, complex electrical equipment. In addition to keeping electrical… Read more »

Thermal Management Terms – Different Ways to Cool Electrical Equipment

If electrical devices could reach 100 percent efficiency—meaning they didn’t generate waste heat as they operated—then cooling systems would not be needed to prevent overheating. Unfortunately, that isn’t currently possible; however, thermal management for electronics has advanced impressively over the years, making it easier and more efficient than ever to keep vital electronics functioning properly…. Read more »