Azure, Kidron to supply
cold transport system
Apr 27, 2009 10:07 AM
Azure Dynamics Corporation has received 16 orders for its Low Emission Electric Power (LEEP Freeze) system. The LEEP Freeze system is an integral part of Kidronís UltraTemp cold plate transport refrigeration system. This most recent order is from a major California-based produce provider.
LEEP Freeze draws energy in an efficient manner from a vehicleís primary engine during normal driving and delivers it to the UltraTemp cold plate technology system, which allows the cold plates to stay cold for the duration of a typical multistop delivery route. The system can also be plugged into the electrical grid for off-duty charging. UltraTemp with LEEP Freeze can save up to a gallon of fuel per hour, maintains set-point temperatures even when the engine is off, and offers quiet operation and reduced emissions.
The technology specified in the recent order can reduce carbon dioxide emissions by more than 26,000 pounds annually compared with an engine-driven mechanical refrigerating system.
For more information, visit www.azuredynamics.com.
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