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Bosch Rexroth Partners with Modine on Thermal Management for Electrified Off-Highway Machinery

Jan. 10, 2024
The companies have joined forces to integrate Modine’s EVantage thermal management systems into Bosch Rexroth’s eLION products.

The collaboration between Bosch Rexroth and Modine will integrate Modine’s EVantage thermal management systems into Bosch Rexroth’s eLION products on a global scale with the aim of advancing electrification and delivering low-emissions EV technology.

Bosch Rexroth's Zifan Liu, a mobile hydraulics system engineer, emphasized the importance of managing the thermal output of electrified mobile machines efficiently. “With the increased shift towards electrified mobile machines, there’s a parallel need to efficiently manage the thermal output of those crucial components,” Liu said. “This partnership represents a collaborative effort to effectively address that issue and present end-users with the most productive machine possible.”

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The portfolio is composed of a range of components such as an electric motor, inverter, charger and power distribution unit, all of which are managed by Modine’s thermal management system to maintain optimal battery temperature and cool power electronics effectively.

Gina Marie Bonini, vice president and general manager of advanced thermal systems at Modine, expressed the significance of this collaboration in meeting the evolving needs of electrified mobile off-highway machinery, leveraging Modine’s state-of-the-art heat exchanger technology and intelligent electronic products to ensure the optimal thermal conditions for critical battery and electronic components.

Read about Bosch Rexroth’s recently opened Hydraulics Training Center that helps support the technical education needs in the fluid power industry in Power & Motion, an Endeavor Business Media partner site. 

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