Dana Holding Corporation (NYSE: DAN) announced today that its Long® two-sided chip cooling technology has been selected as a finalist for the 2016 Automotive News PACE Awards. The integrated cooling plate offers superior heat transfer, temperature management, and cooling abilities within a lightweight, compact, and cost-effective design.
Dana’s two-sided aluminum cooling technology enhances the heat transfer of power inverter devices, accommodating the high-power and high-heat demands of electric and hybrid vehicles. The cooling technology delivers smooth, efficient heat transfer and also is exceptionally clean and flux-free, which minimizes coolant contamination. Through its efficient attributes, the two-sided chip cooling improves the ability to transfer high power between batteries and motors.
“Dana is proud to again have been named a finalist for the PACE Awards, marking the fifth consecutive year that our leading technologies have been recognized by the most prestigious honor in our industry,” said Dwayne Matthews, president of Dana’s Power Technologies Group. “It is a true testament to the expertise and collaborative spirit of our world-class engineering team and their unwavering efforts to develop cutting-edge solutions for our global customers.”
The annual Automotive News PACE Awards recognize superior innovation, technological advancement, and business performance among automotive suppliers, and serves as a benchmark award program for automotive innovation.