The system includes refrigeration, heating and air conditioning, and boasts up to 30% better energy efficiency than other CO2 booster systems.
The models include both subcritical and transcritical units.
The Optyma iCO2 units have the capacity to cool 1.5 to 10 meters of medium temperature cabinets.
The transcritical CO2 systems cut energy usage 10%-20% compared to standard booster racks.
European retailers are showing how natural refrigerants can help them to adapt to changing consumer habits and reduce the environmental footprint of their stores. HVAC&R leaders from Australia and New Zealand were at EuroShop 2017 to learn from their European counterparts.
Alessandro Franchin, export area manager at SCM Frigo, reports growing demand in southern European markets as CO2 refrigeration technology develops.
Whatever the climate, the CO2OLtechEvoTM offers substantial energy savings for supermarkets, warehouses and process cooling.
SANDEN Environmental Solutions is integrating CO2 refrigeration units into cabinets built by Hauser, Arneg and TEKO.