Ahead of Refrigera 2019, a tradeshow taking place on 20-22 February in Piacenza, near Milan, Italy, TEKO has announced the delivery of over 3,200 subcritical and transcritical CO2 systems since it started developing CO2 systems in 2006.
TEKO, a Germany-based system manufacturer, said that on 7 February this year it had 1,650 CO2 transcritical systems and 1,560 CO2 subcritical systems in the market.
This represents considerable growth on last year when TEKO announced it had installed some 2,900 CO2, 74 propane and 54 ammonia systems in Europe, mainly in Germany.
The firm will exhibit a number of its CO2 transcritical solutions, including the ROXSTAair (a CO2 condensing unit in capacities of up to 20kW), the ROXSTAcube (a compact CO2 unit up to 40 kW) and the ROXSTAsmart (booster unit up to 112 kW) at Refrigera 2019, which is in its inaugural year.
Both the ROXSTAcube and ROXSTAsmart feature optional heat recovery for hot and service water.
“The transcritical CO2 unit ROXSTAsmart has been reduced to the essential components for easy operation,” says TEKO. “Contractors receive a unit for the simple and comprehensible handling of CO2. Handling, installation, control and maintenance are manageable and can be carried out easily.”