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Maintaining constant cold throughout your intense delivery schedule is an everyday challenge. When choosing a refrigeration unit, you need to be confident it will help you deliver goods to customers in a perfect state, everytime.
Frequent stops, multiple door openings, traffic congestion, multi-temperature goods and sensitive products – it’s hard to maintain the cold chain. To keep the temperature just right, your refrigeration unit needs to provide quick pull-down and high capacity at all times.
Conventional refrigeration units depend on engine speed and reach optimum capacity at 2400 RPM. But during city deliveries, your van is operating 90% of the time at low speed (under 2400 RPM)*. This compromises refrigeration capacity and makes it even harder to maintain the right temperature for your goods.
* In a standard urban delivery cycle
OUR ANSWER: The revolutionary Pulsor range. Benefiting from the E-Drive technology associated with an inverter and hermetic variable compressor, Pulsor ensures constant cold throughout the day.
(System net cooling capacity under A.T.P. Conditions at 30° C ambient)
(High speed engine operation)
Electrical Stand by Motor
Developing innovative cold chain solutions is ingrained in the culture of Carrier Transicold, where respect for the cold chain is crucial to ensure perishable, fresh and frozen goods are delivered in optimum condition to customers.
The E-drive® all-electric technology removes mechanical transmissions found in belt-driven technology by transforming engine power into electricity.
This unique and patented solution delivers superior cold chain performance while reducing CO2 footprint and total cost of ownership:
For our customer, it is essential to optimally transport their products and deliver the best quality. AdvanTE³C Solutions Centre is a global group of experts in efficiency and environment focused on developing sustainable transport solutions.
Their research will lead in the future to the introduction of new technologies, to continue redefine the cold chain.