For the past few weeks, our main site has been going through the various industries that our products can assist in, including everything ranging from wastewater treatment to Power to even Food & Beverage packaging. Meanwhile, on our CTS end, we have begun discussing the methods to the process, if you will, as well as exploring the different applications that could benefit from the means. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX will discuss the processes behind thermoelectric cooling and how solutions of this nature can assist in your technological capabilities.
What is Thermoelectric Cooling?
In order to keep your industrial applications up and running, it is important to consider the many factors and parameters surrounding your equipment. For example, you would not expect most technology to function properly once exposed to water or other fluids, and for devices needed in industries where this is the case, seeking a watertight enclosure or heat exchanger is even more essential for function.
Because a company’s success is contingent on its ability to meet its applications’ needs and parameters, implementing the correct thermal solution is even more important to consider. With this in mind, however, how do you know where to start? Fortunately, that is where our team comes in to help.
Different industries require different methods to promote ideal application cooling, and having an understanding of your options can help guide the process. When looking specifically at thermoelectric cooling, what is occurring is that waste heat generated by your application is channeled into a voltage that is passed back and forth between two electrical junctions. To learn more about this process and how our team can help, give us a call today.
Consistent Temperatures with Junctions
To achieve optimal thermoelectric cooling, a temperature difference is generated when heat is transferred between two junctions. A voltage is applied across the joined conductors to generate an electrical current, which flows through the junction of the two conductors. During this process, waste heat is removed from one junction and displaced to the other, where the result is the subsequent cooling of that junction. Essentially, waste energy is moved back and forth in order to promote consistent temperatures within an application, and this process is known as the Peltier Effect. Contact our team to learn more today.
Industries That Benefit
The truly incredible part about our thermal management methods and products is that they can be designed with your industry’s specific needs and parameters in mind. This means customizing a product to suit your needs, and our team is more than happy to meet with you and discuss your options moving forward.
Learn More Today
To learn more about the ways the Peltier effect can provide application cooling, contact Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 to speak to a representative from our team and learn more today.