In our previous blog, we took a look at the ways thermoelectric heating and cooling influenced your industrial application’s abilities to function properly. Indeed, thermal management is a factor you must consider in order to get the most from your industrial-grade applications, and failing to do so will only end up costing you more in terms of energy and price in the long run. In today’s blog, the team at Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX identifies eco-friendly methods we utilize to help you get the most from your devices, including how phase-change technology can help.
A Need for Sustainable Practices
By now, you are likely familiar with the impact technological advancement has had on your industry. Yours, like many others, likely invested in industrial-grade applications to help perform a host of routine tasks in a consistent and dependable manner. Not only did this allow your company to utilize workers for other, highly specialized tasks, but it allowed for a greater output revenue among other benefits.
What you might not readily be aware of, however, is that even though they are capable of achieving much more than we as humans can, your technological devices are not indestructible. As a matter of fact, the biggest obstacle they must face includes that of overheating.
Indeed, overheating is a phenomenon that occurs when the internal temperatures within an application reach dangerous operating levels, resulting in system shutdown, damage, and possibly even electrical fires. Though some companies advertise solutions to meet these needs and elevate your capabilities, it is important to be aware of the methods that are being used in order to ensure you are working with sustainable solutions. To learn more about this process and how our team can help, give us a shout today.
Looking at Two-Phase Cooling
For over fifty years, eco-friendly and sustainable solutions have been a top priority for our team. When you utilize this in conjunction with customized products, you are guaranteed not to get anything short of exactly what you need.
Taking a look at phase-change cooling specifically, this method helps provide internal cooling to overheating applications when used in conjunction with a heat dissipation structure such as a heat sink. Contact our team today to learn more about this process and what we can do to help you.
In Conjunction With a Heat Dissipation Structure
Phase-change cooling occurs when a fluid’s latent heat of vaporization is used to transfer heat. More specifically, the fluid is exposed to the heat source, where it absorbs the waste energy and transforms into its gaseous state. From here, the fluid is transported through the heat sink base and into the adjacent fins so it can dissipate properly into the surrounding air.
Learn More Today
Contact Noren Thermal Solutions in Taylor, TX by calling 512-595-5700 to learn more about phase-change methods and other technologies we use to help provide sustainable and dependable thermal management solutions.