New technology eliminates water and generates power for cooling
Autry Industrial, LLC introduced a patent-pending cooling process for industrial applications that consumes no water and generates power.
HOUSTON, TX, APRIL 11, 2017 -- Autry Industrial, LLC introduced a patent-pending cooling process for industrial applications that consumes no water and generates power. The application, called Cycle Two73, is applicable to any operation that requires cooling, such as power plants, data centers, manufacturing processes and essentially any system that generates heat. Cycle Two73 generates power to run itself and provides auxiliary power back to the facility, thus significantly reducing operating expenses for end users. Cycle Two73 can also completely eliminate the use of wet-cooling towers and the restrictions that come with them, including the massive use of fresh water. The cooling efficiency is far greater than that of existing technologies currently in use, which is good news for the power generation and data center industries.
According to Garret Autry, Founder, "Our mission is to improve the world around us. By challenging convention and maintaining an intimate connection with industry, we will provide the best products and services on the planet. For now, we focus on cooling."
Additional benefits for industry include environmental improvements such as reduced fresh water use, reduced emissions and carbon footprint, and reduced electrical consumption, all while realizing significant savings on the order of millions of dollars annually.