“This will be home to a new manufacturing space, administrative offices and an exclusive new training centre,” the company said.
The factory aims to address “challenges” in the Indian market and will help Frascold to increase its manufacturing capacity.
The training facility targets refrigeration technicians who will train on superheat, vacuum, liquid flood-back, motor failure and more, using special equipment. “Representatives from OEMs and system integrators from all over India have been invited,” Frascold said.
Frascold has been involved in innovative CO2 projects throughout the world including for South African retailer Woolworths’ first CO2 transcritical store, in Cape Town.