How your functional capabilities will improve is a consideration to take into account when debating on upping your thermal management game. Indeed, not all products are designed to optimize your applications, and some won’t even be able to properly address your needs. Because of this, it is important to consider a variety of different options and determine which may best fit your parameters. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX explains a few of our popular thermal management strategies and how each one can benefit you in more ways than one.
Benefits of Phase-Change Tech
Whether you are aware of it or not, there are quite a few methods out there to ensure proper application cooling, as well as prevent overheating. Indeed, in a competitive industry where reduced cycle times are a must, or even if increased yields are needed, a dependable method for removing waste heat can go a long way.
While there are a variety of complex technologies that utilize special chemicals. Or processes to accomplish this feat, sometimes it is more effective to seek simple solutions with an environmental focus. This is where our team comes in to help, as eco-friendly technology has been the basis of our designs for over 50 years.
One of our more popular heat removal methods is through the use of phase-change technology. During this process, fluid is utilized to transport the waste heat that is produced. The fluid absorbs the waste at the source until it reaches its latent point of vaporization. At this stage, it transforms states of matter into vapor, which is then carried across hollow pipes away from the source and toward the condenser. In the process, the temperature begins to drop and the vapor will transform back into a fluid that is brought back to the source to repeat the process.
Passive and Active Cooling
Another option that we provide involves the use of natural methods for natural and forced air cooling. Fluid is also used for both passive and active cooling. When motion is caused by buoyant forces due to density variations, passive cooling ensues. On the other hand, active cooling uses another source to force a fluid over the surface. In other words, an artificially-induced current forces application cooling. To learn more about this process, reach out to our team today.
One of our cooling methods that do not require additional mediums or resources includes thermoelectric conductivity. This process involves applying a voltage to an electrical circuit that flows through two set junctions. When the voltage moves from one junction to the next, the result is the subsequent cooling of that junction.
Learn More Today
Contact Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 to learn more about our thermal management methods, and speak to a member of our team to determine which one is right for you.