Getting the most from your industrial application does not necessarily mean you must seek the most aggressive option out there, and believe it or not, you do not have to sacrifice quality for more-sustainable methods. You see, we only have one world to live in, and neglecting its health can lead to catastrophic outcomes. Even within a working environment, the last thing you want to experience are unfavorable conditions. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX explains what it means to practice eco-friendly thermal management, and how our heat pipe heat exchangers can help.
It goes without saying that technological advancement has provided a host of benefits when it comes to various industries. For some, these advances have led to much higher rates of production or productivity, and others may experience shortened cycle times and greater overall at-capacity use. While you may have been led to believe that these results are only achievable through expensive, elaborate, and otherwise complex solutions, in reality, you can achieve the same result through greener methods.
For over 50 years, the Noren team has maintained a strong emphasis on eco-friendly practices, and we are here to tell you that you do not have to sacrifice quality or efficiency as a result. Further, we take strides to implement sustainable practices in a number of ways, including reducing energy consumption through use of LED lights in our facilities, employee carpools to reduce gas consumption, and switching over to a model of documentation that attributes 70% to digital documentation and 30% print.
Not only is it important to practice eco-friendly processes in our offices, but we encourage others to do so as well. Give our team a call today to learn more.
One such method that we utilize in a number of our thermal management solutions includes phase-change technology. As a matter of fact, we use phase-change methods in different models, including heat pipe thermal management and more. This process involves exposing the heat source to a fluid that absorbs the waste heat. Once the fluid has reached its point of latent vaporization, it changes to a gaseous state and carries this waste energy away from the site. To learn more about this process, give our team a call today.
Getting the Most from Your Applications
Heat pipe enclosure cooling is a popular option to pursue, as it minimizes negatively influences such as overheating and allows your technological or industrial application to function at capacity. In other words, you are able to use your devices more consistently by addressing the issue of waste heat buildup.
Speak with Our Team
Contact Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 to speak with a representative from our office and learn more about the various benefits of going green.