02 May '11, 4pm

Toyota, Neenah Foundry Use State Incentives for Energy Tech

Cabinet coolers keep critical electronic circuitry in challenging industrial environments clean, cool, and dry. Traditionally, cabinet coolers use a lot of compressed air which translates into high energy use. After exploring various options to reduce the energy use of cabinet coolers, the company determined that retrofitting the cabinet coolers with thermostat controls and an integrated purge function would be the most cost-effective energy-saving option.

Full article: http://www.environmentalleader.com/2011/05/02/toyota-neen...

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