Carrier Transicold launches all-electric refrigeration unit

Carrier Transicold launches all-electric refrigeration unit

Carrier Transicold said the unit provides nearly 40% more cooling capacity with greater efficiency than the unit it succeeds.

Carrier Transicold said its new all-electric Neos 200e refrigeration unit for small electric and engine-powered delivery vehicles is now available through the company’s North American dealer network. Carrier Transicold is part of Carrier Global Corporation.

Carrier Transicold said the unit provides nearly 40% more cooling capacity with greater efficiency than the unit it succeeds. It can take power directly from battery-electric vehicles or, with conventional engine-driven vehicles, use the alternator and battery, enabling constant temperature control for fresh and frozen items regardless of engine speed.

“Neos 200e is ideal for florists, confectioners, grocers and last-mile delivery businesses that want commercial-vehicle-level reliability and performance from a system that’s quiet, compact and can help them achieve their sustainability goals,” said Scott Parker, truck product manager, Truck Trailer Americas, Carrier Transicold. “It delivers big results for small delivery vehicles.”

The company said the Neos 200e can be integrated into the vehicle or fitted externally. The main condenser assembly can be nose-mounted to the front of a truck box or mounted to the roof of a delivery van and a thin, ceiling-mounted evaporator maximizes interior cargo space.

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