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ECO2CUBE transcritical CO2 air-cooled plants with double suction, parallel compressor and refrigerated gas-cooler integrated for medium power commercial cooling applications from 20 to 60 kW.

Technical Specifications

  • Casing built with galvanized steel sheet with epoxy paint for outdoor use with electrical panel and Gas-Cooler.
  • Available at 60 Hz. Voltages to consult.
  • Dorin CO2 semi-hermetic compressor rack: 2 PT compressors, 1 parallel compressor and up to 2 NT compressors, with rotalock valves.
  • Inverter capacity control per group of compressors (optional in NT).
  • Variable speed axial or radial (optional) fans with EC motors.
  • High pressure sector (SP = 120 bar) made with copper microtubes and equipped with:
    - Separator - oil trap accumulator with filter and electronic oil injection on each compressor.
    - Condenser / gas-cooler, made with copper microtubes and aluminum fins.
    - Internal economizer to ensure sufficient superheat in the parallel compressor suction.
    - High pressure switch, double safety valve.
    - Double gas-cooler pressure control valve.
  • Intermediate pressure sector (SP = 52 bar) made of copper tubing and equipped with:
    - High pressure liquid CO2 container with double safety valve.
    - Pressure regulating valve (flash-gas) with medium pressure relief. To the positive tempreature suction line.
    - Sub cooler to ensure of the liquid line subcooling.
    - Liquid line with filter drier and sight glass.
  • Positive temperature suction line (SP = 45 bar), made of copper tubing and equipped with a double safety valve.
  • Negative temperature suction line (SP = 30 bar), made of copper tubing and equipped with a double safety valve.


  • Heat recovery for Sanitary hot water or heating.
  • Hot gas defrost.
  • Double electronic emergency control.
  • Filters on the negative and positive temperature suction lines.
  • Particle separator in negative and / or positive suction lines
  • Emergency group.
  • Radial fans with EC motor for indoor setup.

HVAC-R Market

Commercial Refrigeration Equipment Market Size Worth $43.16 Billion By 2028: Grand View Research, Inc.

Date: 5/11/2021 5:19:03 AM

(MENAFN - PR Newswire) SAN FRANCISCO, May 11, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The global size is estimated to reach USD 43.16 billion by 2028 , registering an estimated CAGR of 4.2% from 2021 to 2028, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. The increase in demand for frozen food items and the thriving hospitality and tourism industries are some of the factors driving the market growth.

Key suggestions from the report:

  • The refrigerators and freezers segment accounted for a revenue share of nearly 25.0% in 2020. The rising consumption of vaccine storage units during the COVID-19 pandemic in an attempt to conduct a successful immunization process is anticipated to contribute to the growth
  • The U.S. has been the major contributor in the North America region with a revenue share of close to 80.0% in 2020
  • By system type, the self-contained refrigeration equipment segment is expected to register a CAGR of nearly 5.0% from 2021 to 2028
  • The 51 cu. Ft. - 100 cu. Ft. capacity segment accounted for the largest revenue share in 2020

Read 150 page research report with ToC on "Commercial Refrigeration Equipment Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report By Product, By Application, By System Type (Self-contained, Remotely Operated), By Capacity, By Region, And Segment Forecasts, 2021 - 2028'''' at:

The growing environmental concerns related to the emission of harmful refrigerants such as Chlorofluorocarbons (CFC) and Hydro-chlorofluorocarbons (HCFC) have led to the implementation of regulations favoring the use of efficient alternatives in commercial refrigeration equipment globally. Under its Clean Air Act, the U.S. Environment Protection Agency (EPA) has mandated the regularized use of low Global Warming Potential (GWP) refrigerants in the equipment for the commercial sector. Such regulations are encouraging commercial refrigerator manufacturers to seek low energy consuming refrigerants to minimize the adverse effect of Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions. For instance, in 2020, Hiber, a brand of Ali Group S.r.l. a Socio Unico, added bidirectional IoT connectivity integrated refrigeration cabinets optimized with self-learning systems for reducing energy consumption when the equipment is not in use.

In 2020, the COVID-19 catastrophe majorly disrupted the commercial foodservice industry and retail industries, adversely impacting the growth of the market for commercial refrigeration equipment. However, since December 2019, the research institutes and pharmaceutical companies have highly demanded and utilized vaccine storage refrigerators during their R & D processes to come up with a life-saving vaccine against the coronavirus. The commercial refrigeration equipment has witnessed a boom from the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industry owing to the formulation of the vaccine and later its rollout, and for successfully storing and transporting the vaccines at a global scale.

Grand View Research has segmented the global commercial refrigeration equipment market based on product, application, system type, capacity, and region:

  • Commercial Refrigeration Equipment Product Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion, 2016 - 2028)
    • Transportation Refrigeration Equipment
    • Refrigerators & Freezers
    • Beverage Refrigeration
    • Display Showcases
    • Ice Merchandisers & Ice Vending Equipment
    • Other Equipment
  • Commercial Refrigeration Equipment Application Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion, 2016 - 2028)
    • Food Service
    • Food & Beverage Retail
      • Hypermarkets
      • Supermarkets
      • Convenience Store
      • Specialty Food Store
      • Others
    • Food & Beverage Distribution
    • Food & Beverage Production
    • Others
  • Commercial Refrigeration Equipment System Type Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion, 2016 - 2028)
    • Self-contained
    • Remotely Operated
  • Commercial Refrigeration Equipment Capacity Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion, 2016 - 2028)
    • Less than 50 cu. Ft
    • 50 to 100 cu. Ft
    • More than 100 cu. Ft
  • Commercial Refrigeration Equipment Regional Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion, 2016 - 2028)
    • North America
      • U.S.
      • Canada
    • Europe
      • Germany
      • U.K.
    • Asia Pacific
      • China
      • India
      • Japan
    • Latin America
      • Brazil
      • Mexico
    • Middle East & Africa

List of Key Players of the Commercial Refrigeration Equipment Market

  • AB Electrolux
  • Ali S.p.A.
  • Carrier
  • DAIKIN Industries, Ltd.
  • Dover Corporation

Find more research reports on , by Grand View Research:

  • - The global biomedical refrigerators and freezers market was valued at USD 2.85 billion in 2015 and is expected to grow with a CAGR of 4.9% over the forecast period.
  • - The global household refrigerators and freezers market size was estimated at USD 72.43 billion in 2017. It is likely to exhibit a CACR of 6.8% over the forecast period.
  • - The global industrial refrigeration systems market size was valued at USD 19.55 billion in 2019 and is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.6% from 2020 to 2027.

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About Grand View Research

Grand View Research, U.S.-based market research and consulting company, provides syndicated as well as customized research reports and consulting services. Registered in California and headquartered in San Francisco, the company comprises over 425 analysts and consultants, adding more than 1200 market research reports to its vast database each year. These reports offer in-depth analysis on 46 industries across 25 major countries worldwide. With the help of an interactive market intelligence platform, Grand View Research helps Fortune 500 companies and renowned academic institutes understand the global and regional business environment and gauge the opportunities that lie ahead.

Contact: Sherry JamesCorporate Sales Specialist, USAGrand View Research, Inc.Phone: +1-415-349-0058Toll Free: 1-888-202-9519Email: Web: Follow Us: |

SOURCE Grand View Research, Inc.


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