The companies highlighted CO2 installations at C-store Kwik Trip, Walgreens pharmacy and small-footprint grocers ALDI US and Natural Grocers.
The U.S.-based contractor is seeing the line between industrial and commercial applications becoming less defined, with an increasing number of industrial players adopting CO2 technologies.
The warehouse will serve two production facilities in Wisconsin.
ATMO America: U.S. Convenience Store Chain Commits to Transcritical CO2 for All New and Remodeled Stores
Midwest-based Kwik Trip recently installed a CO2 rack at its new store in Dayton, Minnesota, becoming one of the first convenience store brands in the U.S. to use the technology.
The system, manufactured by Kysor Warren Epta US, was installed at a Minnesota supermarket that opens this week.
Supermarket in Joplin, Missouri, is equipped with Zero Zone rack and Emerson components.
The 200TR transcritical solution, manufactured by Zero Zone, includes parallel compression and heat recovery.
CO2 installations include warm regions of the U.S., such as California, Florida, Texas and Georgia.
The 170-TR chiller will service an existing ice rink as well as a new rink.