The OEM’s new SwitchON service offers performance monitoring and digital diagnostics for various elements in a refrigeration system.
Data from seven European supermarket pilot sites showed an energy consumption decrease of 15–23% over traditional CO2 systems.
The system will provide a 10% reduction in energy consumption compared to a corresponding system using R404a, said Epta.
In project-concluding webinar, Conad Centro Nord, Consum and Mega Image discuss use of Epta systems.
Eco2Large rack allow stores to run CO2 in any location regardless of ambient temperature, Epta says.
A conference on the project will be held virtually on July 1.
The Budapest store’s transcritical system reduces energy usage by 10% compared with a traditional CO2 system, says Epta.
Five stores in the southern U.S. will use FTE technology to increase efficiency in warm climates.
At a refurbished hypermarket, Real is saving up to 30% in electricity usage with its transcritical system, while avoiding upfront capital costs, in one of the first arrangements of its kind.
Epta’s FTE system consumes 40%-50% less energy than an R404A system in a first-of-its-kind supermarket installation.