ECOOLTEC presented all-electric TM182 transport refrigeration system

Date: 01 May 2024
ECOOLTEC presented all-electric TM182 transport refrigeration system
The new version of the F-Gas Regulation applies in the EU with immediate effect. This will further restrict the use of common F-gas refrigerants and completely ban them by 2050 at the latest. Although transport refrigeration systems are not yet affected by an early ban on synthetic refrigerants like many stationary systems, fleet operators are already facing the threat of rising operating costs and limited availability of conventional refrigerants.
However, it is already possible to switch to transport refrigeration systems that generate refrigeration using natural refrigerants exclusively and avoid uncertainties in operation. ECOOLTEC Grosskopf GmbH demonstrates this with its all-electric TM182 transport refrigeration system.

ECOOLTEC Grosskopf GmbH offers a transport refrigeration unit that uses only natural refrigerants with a negligible environmental impact. "Natural refrigerants, i.e. substances that occur in nature such as carbon dioxide (CO2, R744) and hydrocarbons (propene, R1270), were already being used successfully at the beginning of refrigeration. However, with the invention of Fgases, it was thought that a non-flammable and non-toxic alternative had been found, replacing the natural refrigerants. It was only later that the dangers of synthetic refrigerants for the environment and health were recognised. The F-Gas Regulation is now driving the return of natural refrigerants," explains Dr Jürgen Süß.

The ECOOLTEC TM182 transport refrigeration unit offers operators of refrigerated vehicles reliability, durability, cost-effectiveness, operational safety and safeguarding of the future. With units now in daily operation ECOOLTEC has proven that systems with natural refrigerants are practical and future-proof solutions for refrigerated road freight transport.
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