Munters receives 2017 Energy Innovation Award
The 2017 Europe Datacloud Awards announced Munters as the winner of the ‘Industry Energy Innovation’ award. As the global leader in energy-efficient air treatment and climate solutions, Munters uses technology to help create the perfect climate for customers in the food, pharmaceutical and data centre sectors.
Presented on 6 June in the Monaco Sporting Club, over 600 executives from the data centre and cloud industry attended the awards. The winners were announced by BroadGroup and were rewarded for showcasing innovation, inspiration and excellence in data centre and cloud.
“We are proud to receive this recognition for our innovation and commitment to energy-efficient solutions within the data centre industry. Our teams are dedicated to working with data centre owners and operators to achieve energy goals whilst offering an innovative edge,” said Munters’ President, Data Centre Business Area, Neil Yule. “The Oasis Indirect Evaporative Cooling technology was submitted and the star of our energy efficiency offering for this award.”
The Oasis Indirect Evaporative Cooler uses a wide array of heat exchangers for indirect evaporative cooling. One of these heat exchangers is Munters’ Oasis Evaporative Polymer Exchanger (EPX), which uses a polymer tube that is suitable for all water quality environments.
Unlike conventional direct air-side economisers, the cooler has been recognised as an innovative product that reduces refrigeration capacity in virtually all climates.
Entries were judged across a range of award categories, and Munters was celebrated for its achievements alongside DigiPlex, which won the ‘Data Centre Above And Beyond’ award, and Global Cloud Xchange, which received an award for ‘Excellence in Cloud Service’.
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