And this year, MB Frigo performed at Chillventa, the largest international refrigeration and air conditioning equipment exhibition in Nuremberg, Germany from 16 to 18 October 2018.
The main topic of the exhibition was the application of ecological solutions and energy-efficient products and processes because the market has a significant impact on the law changes and the 517/2014 Fluorinated Greenhouse Gas (F-Gas Regulation).
MB Frigo has introduced its cold room with camlocks, which is tailor-made and whos customers are very satisfied with its quality. The cold rooms are tailor-made in a step of 50mm and an increase of 90˚ degrees + 5 ˚ degrees. The cold room was fitted with refrigerated door in panel and the refrigerated built-in door.
MB Frigo has this year at the exhibition introduced a product line that applies CO2, carbon dioxide (R744). These are new products developed by MB Frigo internal resources of the R & D department and production department together with the renowned global manufacturers of refrigeration components – Carel, Bitzer, Danfoss and Castel.
The first product that is experiencing its premiere is the CO2 inverter condensing unit. MB Frigo is one of the five refrigeration equipment manufacturers in Europe that produced the above mentioned type of condensing units. CO2 inverter condensing unit of 2 to 10 kW was developed in cooperation with Carel. This compact condensing unit works in the transcriptional area and is easy to install and use. The main purpose is for commercial cooling, 1 to 5 evaporators.
The second product is a CO2 inverters multi-set that works in the transcriptional area and is optimized for all-year operation and in conditions of high outdoor temperatures. It is intended for commercial and industrial refrigeration in refrigeration capacities of 30 to 400 kW and above.
These are products with the latest technology that are tailored to the upcoming F-Gas regulations and provide optimum performance and savings in energy consumption and more than 30% compared to HFC products so far used.