Technology has become essential to a variety of industries and organizations, and without such resources, we would not be able to meet today’s market demands. What’s more? Fields such as aerospace, the military, power, and more, depend on technology consistently in order to supply the function necessary to continue operation. Without the thermal management capabilities to ensure this, however, it could result in a catastrophic setback of great magnitude. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX discusses how you determine which solutions are ideal for you, and what your options may be.
Addressing a Spectrum of Needs
It goes without saying that thermal management needs depend heavily on the type of operation you are running. After all, a heat exchanger that removes waste energy from an enclosure is essentially useless for wastewater treatment if it does not have protection against water and other liquids. This same concept can be applied across a variety of fields, meaning that your parameters heavily influence which solutions will work best for your team.
Another important factor to consider when seeking a custom thermal solution involves your environment and/or space constraints and how these can influence your capabilities. You see, a minimal amount of space to work with may mean a heat sink is not as ideal as a cold plate may be, and so on and so forth. Further, your setup may require more than just a fan to cool an enclosure, and this is where our team comes in to help. For more information about this process and how you can get started, give our team a call today.
Passive v. Active Methods
There are a number of methods that can be used to accomplish effective thermal management, and sometimes it takes a consultation and a full grasp of your needs to determine what your options are. One eco-friendly method we often employ involves either passive or active cooling. In passive cooling, we utilize a fluid that is exposed to the heat source. Due to temperature differences between the fluid and the solid source, buoyancy forces cause the liquid to move over the hot surface, allowing for the source’s subsequent reduction in temperature.
Active cooling occurs when an artificially-induced current forces the fluid over the heat source, allowing the source to decrease in temperature as the fluid increases. Contact our team today to learn more.
Solutions that Work for You
Passive and active methods are only a few of the many eco-friendly methods we utilize, and we invite you to give our team a call so that we can get started and help you determine what solutions may best fit your needs.
Learn More Today
Contact Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 to speak to a representative from our team and get started on your custom thermal solution today.