Daikin to launch low energy container refrigeration unit at Intermodal Europe

Hamburg, Germany: Japanese refrigeration specialist Daikin is launch its low energy, high performance refrigeration unit ZESTIA at Intermodal Europe, in Hamburg, which takes place between November 29 – December 1.

The company says its ZESTIA container refrigeration unit provides industry-leading energy efficiencies and precise temperature control.

“Daikin Reefer’s refrigeration technology meets carrier and shipper demands for low energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions while providing precise cooling performance for chilled and frozen cargoes,” says Daikin reefer business president Shin Furuta.

“With an ever wider range of perishable goods being shipped worldwide than ever before, and considerable growth expected in the coming 5-10 years, the container industry and its customers need sustainable refrigeration solutions.

“After more than two years of research and development, we are confident that ZESTIA will meet the industry’s needs both today and for the foreseeable future.”

The technology has been adapted from the global air conditioning sector, where Daikin has been manufacturing inverter compressors since the late 1980s.

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