Seeking to tap into the growing European trend towards smaller food retail stores, Danish system supplier Advansor has launched a new CO2 refrigeration system – the compSUPER XXS mini-booster – for convenience store formats.
“This is a new development for us. It’s a very early stage. We only shipped the first units out of our factory this week,” Advansor Managing Director Kim G. Christensen told R744.com at EuroShop 2017.
Advansor began as a supplier of transcritical CO2 racks for supermarkets. It subsequently launched the ValuePack line for smaller store formats.
The new compSUPER XXS transcritical CO2 unit has a cooling capacity of 30 kW at -10°C and a freezing capacity of 4-5 kW at -30°C. “The mini-booster fulfils a gap in our product portfolio, and it’s very important to have closed it. It’s a collaboration between Advansor, CAREL and Toshiba,” Christensen said.