HANNOVER, Germany, Sept. 29, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- SANHUA Automotive presented a full line-up of various new and innovative thermal management components at the 2016 IAA Show in Hannover, Germany. The IAA is the commercial vehicle industry's leading international trade show, taking place every two years. SANHUA Automotive introduced several new products that are compatible with conventional passenger cars, commercial vehicles and new energy vehicles, such as, PHEVs & EVs.
This year SANHUA Automotive showcased not only its integrated R744 refrigerant hybrid thermal system with battery cooling capability but also its new R134a & R1234yf integrated thermal heat pump system.
To compliment this line-up, SANHUA Automotive has introduced the best Electronic Expansion Valve (EXV) to the world which has satisfied many global carmakers' high expectations for balanced system performance and value.
This EXV enables a number of system control strategies which ultimately lead to improved overall system efficiency, fuel economy, hybrid range and better a/c system performance.
SANHUA Automotive products offer a great contribution in environmental protection. SANHUA Automotive TXVs, EXVs and valves provide precision refrigerant control which ultimately resulting in increasing normal vehicle fuel economy and the driving range in hybrid and electric vehicles. SANHUA Automotive products are designed to be compatible with all of the more environmental friendly new global refrigerants, like R1234yf, R410a and R744
"During this IAA exhibition, SANHUA Automotive introduced innovative thermal solutions and a technology roadmap that reduce commercial vehicle CO2 emissions and support this year's IAA theme – 'Driven by ideas'."
SANHUA Automotive is a leading solution provider of advanced automotive technology, systems and components for major OEMs, specializing in thermal management systems.
As experts in thermal management, SANHUA Automotive continues to develop products that offer enhanced fuel economy savings for conventional vehicles and opportunities for increased mileage range in EV and hybrid vehicles.
SOURCE SANHUA Automotive