Enclosure Cooling In Hazardous Locations

ProEXR File Description  =Attributes= cameraAperture (float): 36 cameraFNumber (float): 1.64307 cameraFarClip (float): 1e+030 cameraFarRange (float): 1000 cameraFocalLength (float): 32.8009 cameraFov (float): 68.7699 cameraNearClip (float): 0 cameraNearRange (float): 0 cameraProjection (int): 0 cameraTargetDistance (float): 1380.79 cameraTransform (m44f): [{1, -6.1933e-008, 1.70712e-009, -5385.43}, {-5.82076e-008, -0.993481, 0.113996, -2718.37}, {-1.7113e-008, -0.113996, -0.993481, -183.128}, {0, 0, 0, 1}] channels (chlist) compression (compression): Zip dataWindow (box2i): [0, 0, 7999, 5199] displayWindow (box2i): [0, 0, 7999, 5199] lineOrder (lineOrder): Increasing Y name (string): "" pixelAspectRatio (float): 1 screenWindowCenter (v2f): [0, 0] screenWindowWidth (float): 1 type (string): "scanlineimage" vrayChannelInfo (string): "{"VRayRenderID":{"alias":114,"index":2,"flags":5},"VRayMatteShadow":{"alias":128,"index":3,"flags":20},"Alpha":{"alias":125,"index":1,"flags":16389},"RGB color":{"alias":126,"index":0,"flags":16385},"VRayReflection":{"alias":102,"index":4,"flags":8}}" vrayInfo/camera (string): "VRayPhysicalCamera MAIN" vrayInfo/computername (string): "desktop-2eai5st" vrayInfo/cpu (string): "INTEL/Model:15,Family:6,Stepping:2,Cache:0" vrayInfo/date (string): "09.03.2020" vrayInfo/filename (string): "oil pump02.max" vrayInfo/frame (string): "00000" vrayInfo/h (string): "0" vrayInfo/mhz (string): "0MHz" vrayInfo/noiseThreshold (string): "0,001000" vrayInfo/numPasses (string): "0" vrayInfo/numSubdivs (string): "0,00" vrayInfo/os (string): "Win10" vrayInfo/primitives (string): "3714021" vrayInfo/ram (string): "65456MB" vrayInfo/rendertime (string): " 1h 37m 46,9s" vrayInfo/time (string): "3:07:09" vrayInfo/vmem (string): "134217728MB" vrayInfo/vraycore (string): "4.10.02" vrayInfo/vrayversion (string): "Internal V-Ray version" vrayInfo/w (string): "0"  =Channels= A (half) B (half) G (half) R (half) VRayMatteShadow.B (half) VRayMatteShadow.G (halIt goes without saying that every technological application has a baseline need for proper temperature regulation. If enclosures do not have a means of removing waste heat, they become prone to overheating, system failure, and otherwise permanent breakdown. Indeed, there are general rules and regulations that heat exchangers must adhere to for ensuring proper function. What’s more, industry-specific needs and company environment also play a role in creating a device that can withstand specific conditions. In today’s blog, the team at  Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX discusses the needs hazardous location industries have to meet, and how our team creates products with these parameters in mind.

A Constant Need for Application Cooling

It goes without saying that thermal management capabilities are a requirement for all industrial applications. After all, you wouldn’t expect an individual to sprint while running a marathon, and the same can be said for enclosures. Indeed, technological overheating has been a major issue to increased demand for years, and improper care will only lead to worse conditions and an increase in costs.

This is even more true for industries such as Oil & Gas that are tasked with meeting specific goals while in hazardous environments, which is why consistency and dependability are needed in addition to optimal function. Harsh conditions such as extremes in temperatures and more have a tremendous impact on a device’s ability to perform its role, which is why extra care must be given to heat exchangers and thermal solutions for this industry. To learn more about this need, reach out to a member of our team today.

Not All Environments Are Equal

Creating an ideal product to encourage hazardous location enclosure cooling takes gaining a thorough understanding of its unique parameters. This is where our team comes in, as we utilize a concept known as collaborative engineering to ensure that we are perfectly meeting your needs. We work closely with you and encourage you to play an active role in your product’s conceptualization, design, and manufacturing every step of the way. What’s more, we are capable of rapid prototyping to quickly test ideas and concepts to determine their viability earlier in the process, saving both time and effort. For more information about this process, contact our team.

Satisfying the Need for Dependability

We recognize that increased production, increased yields, and overall consistency are major goals of your business. To best help this process, we take the time to create highly specific solutions that are dependable so that you can get the most out of your devices. What’s more, dependable heat exchangers result in optimal hazardous location enclosure cooling, and we won’t settle for less.

Reach Out to Our Team

Contact Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 to learn more about getting started on your custom solutions, or speak with a representative from our team today.