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Kryton Receives 2021 CFU Energy Award

Posted on Monday, June 28, 2021

Kryton Engineered Metals receives CFU Energy Conservation Award
Pictured is the team from Kryton Engineered Metals. (Back row left to right: Darin Mills, Nick Podaski, Josh Gates, Will Thomsen. Front row left to right, Jason Mathern, Kevin Harberts.) Kryton is the recipient of the 2021 CFU Energy Conservation Award.

Kryton Engineered Metals, Inc is the recipient of the CFU Energy Conservation Award as part of the 2021 Cedar Falls Business and Industry Awards.

Kryton is a leading manufacturer of spun metal component and fabrication parts serving several industries including ventilation, lighting, furniture and agriculture. 

The award recognizes their effort in energy efficiency.

Recently they worked with the CFU Energy Services team to strategically manage their energy use and reduce greenhouse gas emissions through energy efficiency.

Projects included an energy assessment, LED lighting upgrades, a compressed air leak detection survey and a custom project involving the installation of a high-efficiency nitrogen generation system. 

These projects allow Kryton to grow their business while reducing the energy used to make products by more than 7%.

"The people at Kryton are continually working to improve their products, which includes using energy efficiently," says Matt Hein, CFU Energy Services Manager.

"Their dedication to continuous strategic improvement encapsulates the core of why Kryton was selected for the Energy Conservation Award this year."

Projects like this are one way CFU works with the community to reduce energy consumption and keep utility costs low.

Reduced energy consumption means we can delay the need to buy expensive new generating capacity and keep costs low for our customers.

To learn more about how CFU works with commercial and residential customers to save energy, visit cfu.net/save-energy.