Delta, a global leader in power and thermal management solutions, together with its subsidiary Eltek, will be presenting energy-efficient telecom power solutions and electric vehicle (EV) charging solutions at this year’s SÄHKÖ VALO TELE AV EXHIBITION in Jyväskylä, Finland. The showcase will feature Delta’s 150kW Ultra-Fast EV Charger, which has the capability to recharge 4 EVs at the same time, as well as the new 22kW-output power AC MAX EV charger. New 400V high-voltage DC telecom power systems, which can offer telecom carriers and data centre operators energy savings up to 20 % will also be a key highlight.By participating in the show, Delta is underscoring its commitment to delivering smart green solutions throughout Scandinavia.
In Hall 7, Booth A31 at the LogiMAT trade show, the international specialized trade show for intralogistics solutions and process management, ebm-papst will present intelligent drive systems for various logistics applications and an innovation: the driving/steering system. The trade show will be held in Stuttgart from March 10-12, 2020.
As Lennox, air-handling specialist, is just launching the first R32 rooftop on the market, a Lidl supermarket is becoming the world’s first user of the e-Baltic units for energy-efficient delivery of hot and cold air. The advanced e-Baltic units, commissioned in January 2020, are fully compliant to the forthcoming 2021 Ecodesign regulation, and the French response to the EPBD regulations, RT2012. This world-first installation is seen as a key milestone in the industry and, moving forward, the Lennox strategy is to adopt R32 as a replacement for R410A due to its low Global Warming Potential (677 versus 1924) and its affordability.
A Lidl supermarket in the suburbs of Paris is becoming the world’s first user of the e-Baltic unit for energy-efficient delivery of hot and cold air. Lidl a pioneer in the ecological transition and committed to control its energy footprint has partnered-up with class-leading air-handling specialist Lennox to install advanced e-Baltic rooftop units in its new stores.