Conceived to meet the needs of medium and large stores, the new range of low-temperature Eptagreen compressor racks deliver a heat extraction rate that ranges from 8 to 84kW. This ensures an increase of up to 10% in efficiency and, thanks to its eco-friendly heart, based on cascade refrigeration with R744 (CO2), a 30% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions.
TEWI calculation takes into account both quantification of emissions of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere from the production of electricity from fossil sources and refrigerant leaks during the system's lifespan. With an aim to developing eco-sustainable solutions, the new Eptagreen compressor pack has been studied to minimise vibrations and refrigerant leaks, as shown by structure and vibration analyses carried out and certified in collaboration with the faculties of engineering at Bergamo and Brescia universities.
Thanks to its new frame in folded sheet metal, with special high-resistance steel rivets, Eptagreen is in first place for reduction in vibrations, increasing its level of reliability and safety.
Our SA Installation Department have been under the pump to ensure completion dates are maintained for our customer Foodland Nuriootpa (SA), a massive store that opened its doors to the public yesterday in the Barossa Valley. The store was flooded with shoppers from the minute the doors opened and for the rest of the day.> read more
Drakes Newton Foodland (SA) is now complete with one of the longest service deli case in South Australia and possibly Australia.> read more
Our Perth Service Department carried out the restoration and preservation of an old compressor which is 1 of 84 that our Company produced in 1942-1943.> read more
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