Centralised CO2 systems
Continuous modulation for centralised CO2 systems
From small convenience stores to large hypermarkets, CAREL covers a wide range of centralised solutions. Hecu CO2 and pRack pR300T represent the complete offering for the control and management of centralised CO2 systems, from small condensing units to large compressor racks.
Their main strengths are:
- continuous modulation;
- energy saving and high efficiency;
- user simplicity;
- total connectivity.
Hecu sistema is the CAREL high efficiency solution for condensing units in commercial refrigeration applications. It has been evolved to work with natural refrigerants, by integrating management of DC inverter compressors for CO2. By using DC inverter compressors, Hecu sistema can offer real modulation of cooling capacity, so as to achieve low energy consumption, above all at part loads. Hecu sistema also stands out for its real-time communication with the refrigeration units, allowing implementation of advanced system optimisation logic, with dynamic set points and extremely stable control so as to ensure perfect food preservation and reduce food waste.
Larger sizes are served by pRack, the CAREL compressor rack controller able to control up to three compressor suction lines, medium and low temperature plus parallel compressors, gas coolers and up to two heat recovery systems.
The best response in terms of modulation is offered the multiDC configuration. This can control multiple DC compressors on the same line, offering numerous benefits:
- High energy efficiency with DC compressor technology;
- Multiple compressor modulation;
- Complete integration with pR300T platform;
- Compact unit design;
- Low noise solution;
- Perfect for retrofits and shops in city centres.
A further boost in terms of efficiency is provided by the CAREL EMJ ejector solution. Controlling up to three electronic modulating ejectors, CAREL's cutting-edge solution increases the energy efficiency of transcritical CO2 systems in warmer climates offering:
- Direct expansion work recovery due to Venturi effect;
- Higher suction pressure on all MT compressors.