THE R&D 100 Awards Honor This Year’s 100 Best Innovations in Research and Development
Lancaster, NY: Pfannenberg’s Kinetic System™ cooling technology named as one of this year’s 100 best innovations in research and development.
For over 55 years the R&D 100 Awards have recognized great R&D pioneers from established Fortune 500 companies and federally funded research institutions to academic and government labs. This year Pfannenberg has been recognized as an innovator making a difference for its revolutionary new electronics cooling technology, the Pfannenberg Kinetic System™ (PKS).
This new technology is perfect for those looking to reduce the energy, maintenance and footprint associated with traditional enclosure cooling units. Designed for indoor, outdoor, remote and wash-down applications that require a closed loop system to protect electronics, especially in harsh (dusty, oily, dirty) conditions. Visit http://www.pfannenbergusa.com/thermal-management/air-to-air-heat-exchangers/ to learn more.
“The legacy of the R&D 100 Awards program continues to impress me,” said R&D Magazine editor Laura Panjwani. “The caliber of the products recognized throughout the program’s decades-long history is truly exceptional.”
“Our focus on purposeful innovation – innovation that matters to our customers and the long-term environmental impact – is very much evident in our new Kinetic technology,” said Earl Rogalski, President – Pfannenberg Sales America, LLC. “We are excited and honored to be part of such a prestigious list of innovators.”
In addition to Pfannenberg, other notable finalists this year include MIT, Toyota, NASA, Thermo Fisher Scientific, The Hong Kong Research Institute, Milliken & Company, The Dow Chemical Corporation and Los Alamos National Laboratory.
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About Pfannenberg: Established in 1954 by Otto Pfannenberg in Hamburg Germany. Pfannenberg is recognized as a leading global manufacturer of thermal management technologies within the Electro-technology Industry. In 1958 we invented the Filterfan®, which continues to be recognized worldwide as a leading product to help manage the temperature in electrical enclosures. Our business philosophy: Protecting Man, Machine and the Environment.