China Refrigeration 2021
CAREL will be presented with Innovation Awards for its commercial refrigeration solutions, Heosone and Heos CO2, when it participates in this year’s edition of China Refrigeration from 7 to 9 April in Shanghai.
Marketed as an “All-in-one Variable Speed System Controller”, Heosone is a kit of components that can be applied to low- and medium- temperature systems which use propane as a refrigerant for the control and management of chest freezers and industrial refrigerators, wall-standing showcase plug-in coolers for supermarkets.
Heos CO2, which CAREL describes as a “High Efficiency Waterloop System” and is being recognised for its high energy saving capacity, comprises stand-alone refrigeration units installed on each cabinet and cooled by a water loop. Operating in synergy with CAREL’s DC inverter compressors and E2V stepper valves, the solution regulates energy management of supermarket showcase units and cold rooms.
Eason Cheng, the manufacturer’s marketing manager for Refrigeration in Asia Pacific , comments: “These awards recognise the excellence of our solutions as CAREL can meet all commercial refrigeration needs, demonstrating reliability and adaptability to all applications on the market.
“Furthermore, both awards were assigned to all-in-one solutions with natural refrigerants, reflecting our strong commitment to becoming carbon neutral in China where, as in Australia, Japan, Korea and Singapore, companies are converting their systems for operation with natural refrigerants.”
CAREL will be presenting its solutions at stand E3G31W2F01, exhibiting its commercial refrigeration offering for the food retail and food service segments, with major innovations in control solutions and digital services.
The 2021 event will also be an important showcase for presenting the company’s indoor air quality (IAQ) solutions and integrated solutions for humidity control in industrial, commercial and residential environments.
During the event visitors will be able to attend two speeches on food retail, food service and commercial refrigeration, presented on 6 April by Tom Chen (Senior Application Specialist – Refrigeration APAC) and Mik Fei, a marketing specialist, at the “China Light Commercial Refrigeration Industry and Technology Development Forum”. Eason Cheng is also scheduled to speak about managing controllers for light commercial applications on 7 April.