Carrier’s PrimeLine container fridge is industry best seller

Syracuse, NY, US:  Carrier Transicold has sold as many of its PrimeLine container refrigeration units in 2011 as it did in the previous three years combined.

“For four successive years, the PrimeLine unit has outsold all competitive models, and 2011 – a record year for the industry – accelerated this trend,” said David Appel, president, Carrier Transicold. Appel credited the unit’s success for its industry-leading efficiency, which responds to the market’s need for more sustainable solutions. Carrier’s ThinLine unit, the historic market leader, also surpassed previous-year sales in 2011.

“When Carrier introduced the PrimeLine unit in 2007, we set a new benchmark for efficiency,” Appel said. “The timing was right for shipping lines of all sizes, as the new reality of uncertain and ever-climbing fuel costs took an increasingly large toll on their bottom lines. With fuel prices again approaching record levels, the need for energy efficiency is as essential as ever.”

Carrier has received significant orders from Maersk Line, Evergreen Line, Hamburg Süd, Chiquita, Dole, Crowley Maritime, Arkas Shipping and Transport and  others in the shipping, leasing and exporter sectors.

“The unit’s exceptional efficiency – thanks in part to its efficient digital scroll compressor – significantly reduces on-board power generation requirements, helping shipping lines save fuel used in the generation of electricity,” Carrier says.

“This, in turn, helps hold down operating costs and reduce emissions related to power generation. The PrimeLINE unit reduces carbon emissions 28% compared to previous units,” it says.

As fuel is the leading component of ownership cost over the life of a unit, energy efficiency helps to keep the total cost of ownership low.

Carrier Transicold has sold as many of its PrimeLine container refrigeration units in 2011 as it did in the previous three years combined

“In addition to its exceptional efficiency, the PrimeLINE unit also offers best-in-class pulldown among all container refrigeration units, as well as best deep-frozen capability among those that use R-134a, the non-ozone depleting refrigerant with the lowest global warming potential of all contemporary container refrigerants. No other container refrigeration unit provides dehumidification capability lower than the PrimeLINE unit, and none can achieve 50 percent relative humidity as efficiently,” Carrier says.

For greater energy efficiency, the PrimeLINE unit can be equipped with the optional QUEST power-saving mode. For more information on the PrimeLINE system design, visit www.container.carrier

 

 

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