DENSO CORPORATION has announced that it has developed “Everycool,” an advanced cooling system that provides comfort and energy efficiency when a commercial vehicle’s engine is off. This product will be available for purchase starting December 1st of this year in Japan through DENSO SOLUTION CORPORATION.

DENSO is committed to realising a “well-being cycle society” for the future in 2035 – a society filled with people’s smiles by connecting and harmonizing “The Five Flows”: “Free Movement of People,” “Flow of Goods,” “Energy Utilization,” “Minimization of Resource Requirements,” and the “Flow of Data.” In the realm of “Flow of Goods,” DENSO is focused on addressing challenges within the logistics industry, such as improving working conditions for truck drivers and achieving efficient energy utilization.

The newly developed “Everycool” by DENSO is a cooling system that can be used when a truck’s engine is not running. It achieves the dual objectives of improving driver working conditions during hot summer seasons and reducing environmental impact and promoting efficient energy utilization by lowering fuel consumption.

“Everycool” leverages DENSO’s expertise in air conditioning technology, directing cool air intensively towards the driver, enhancing comfort. Compared to traditional cabin-wide cooling systems in Japan, it reduces power consumption by approximately 57%,*2 achieving energy efficiency. As a result, it can be powered using the standard vehicle battery.

Source: DENSO