Mitsubishi Heavy Industries’ new HCCV1001 CO2 condensing unit is on display for the first time at the International Food Machinery & Technology Exhibition (FOOMA Japan 2017) in Tokyo, Japan.
This is the first such system installed by the manufacturer in a supermarket outside Japan.
Japanese manufacturers are accelerating R&D into larger CO2 systems specifically designed to serve Japan’s unique large format retail store market.
The Japanese multinatonal will offer a 10 HP system to the commercial refrigeration sector next April.
Green & Cool last week formally launched its compact CO2Y condensing units designed for convenience stores, petrol stations and other small businesses.
As our preview coverage of new natural refrigerant products at Chillventa 2016 continues, today the spotlight falls on CAREL INDUSTRIES S.p.A., which will be showcasing their new Hecu CO2 – a high-efficiency solution for CO2 condensing units – and their pRack controllers.
Swedish manufacturer Green & Cool launched its new condensing unit for CO2 systems at the ATMOsphere Europe conference in Barcelona, targeting small-scale applications like convenience stores and petrol stations.
In a major announcement on the first day of ATMOsphere Asia 2016 in Tokyo, Panasonic announced new plans to develop a 30 HP CO2 condensing unit suitable for use in larger supermarket formats.
Three new CAREL controllers providing complete CO2 system management were presented at FMI Energy & Store Development Conference from September 7-9, 2014 in St. Louis (MO). The rack controller pRack pR100T for transcritical CO2 condensing units, pRack pR300 for subcritical CO2 systems, and the pRack pR300T for transcritical CO2 applications are part of CAREL’s range of retail solutions to fully integrate and energy optimise refrigeration.