New R290 Compressor Program - Tailored for Light Commercial Applications
Energy-optimized Propane Compressors
Secop enhances its successful R290 compressor program with the release of a new generation of propane compressors for LBP and MBP applications, such as bottle coolers, ice cream cabinets, and commercial refrigerators. The initial types were suitable for the European, Asian, and all other markets with 220 V to 240 V/ 50 Hz. Since July 2015, compressors for 115 V to 127 V/60 Hz have also been available.
The new DLE, NLE/NLY, and SCE compressors are tailored for commercial use and capable of replacing products made for high-global warming potential (GWP) refrigerants, such as R404A and R134a. With optional run capacitors, the efficiency can be further increased if required.
With these compressors, Secop perfectly meets the increasing market demand for high efficiency and natural refrigerants with a very low GWP.
Given their outstanding versatility and reliability, Secop’s new generation of energy-optimized propane compressors achieve maximum performance for an array of refrigeration/freezer applications. Secop's ingenuity goes beyond enhancing the technical aspects and performance. This new line's flexibility not only simplifies but also makes demand forecasting and supply management mainstream by streamlining and abridging the order process to just one compressor.
A GWP of three is achievable with our powerful, efficient R290 DLE-CN, NLE/NLY-CN, and SCE-MNX compressors, designed for LBP/MBP applications, such as bottle coolers, commercial freezers, food retail and ice-cream cabinets, etc.. These compressors represent a giant energy efficiency leap for Secop's propane compressor technology.
Make the switch now to replace R404A and R134a systems with environmentally friendly R290 and save additional cost by utilizing smaller compressor platforms that provide unique opportunities in your market.
On March 25, the organization committee of China Refrigeration 2017 announced that Secop’s SCE21MNX won the Innovation Award for 2017.