Logix will launch a refrigeration system controller specifically designed for industrial CO2 systems – part of M&M Carnot’s portfolio – in March.
The Italian manufacturer offers a controller platform with compressor drivers and other components suitable for CO2 mobile air-conditioning units.
Designed with South African consultancy Future Green Now, the controller will be unveiled in March to fill a perceived gap in the market.
The Swedish manufacturer aims to develop AI tools to determine what maintenance is needed for its plate heat exchangers.
More than 60% of stores with floating suction controls are not saving any energy or money, according to Axiom Cloud.
The Virtus Pack Controller can control up to three MT and three LT compressors.
The controller software also features an updated gas cooler section.
RED Optimise allows data to be acquired from different installed technologies, regardless of manufacturer.
The new drives are designed to provide precise temperature control for refrigerated spaces, and are expected to deliver 15 to 30% energy savings.