ACTIVE THERMAL MANAGEMENT FILLS THE BOOTH AT CEDIA WITH MORE THAN 20 'HEAT SEEKING AND DESTROYING' PRODUCTS

'Cool Answers to Hot Problems' in Booth #852

DENVER - September 3, 2008 - Active Thermal Management (ATM), experts in quiet thermal protection solutions, will be showing its full line of component cooling products at this year's CEDIA show in Denver. The protective ventilating solutions for home electronics from ATM number more than 20 separate devices; more with the many variations of wood designs and various component configurations offered.


"You don't have to burn your hand to know that most of the power that goes into installed electronic systems is dissipated as heat," said Frank Federman, ATM president. "Reducing heat issues and heat damage requires almost as many different solutions as there are custom installations! That's why we felt that we needed to show all the options and couldn't leave any of the products at home."

The ATM booth will be fully stocked with answers for installation experts to heat -generated issues, including reduction, transfer, ventilation, radiation and others. All of the products on display are available now and can also be previewed on ATM's website at www.activethermal.com .

About Active Thermal Management
Active Thermal Management, headquartered in Valencia, California, is a leading manufacturer of quiet, professional thermal protection products for residential and commercial installations. Providing highly specialized products for almost every conceivable installation and application, Active Thermal Management produces cooling solutions for large and small system enclosures as well as individual components. For more information, please visit www.activethermal.com

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