Gasoline truck refrigeration units
are often installed on large delivery vehicles to provide a low temperature environment for cooling the cargo compartment. This truck refrigeration unit
has very good efficiency because the gasoline engine cannot generate enough current and voltage at low rpm, which makes it run the gasoline or diesel
engine when the vehicle is moving, but not when idling (such as at a traffic light) ) to avoid overloading the battery and alternator.
Diesel truck refrigerated units
typically use a diesel-powered compressor system to provide cooling to the interior of a truck or container. These types of units can be found in various industries such as transportation, construction, agriculture, and more. Most of these systems have two main components: a refrigerant circuit connected to an evaporator coil placed inside a box or trailer, and a power unit, which can be DC battery power from the chassis, AC power generation on the chassis Machine, installed on the top or side wall of the compartment. When the power button is turned on, the controller communicates with the AC to DC power converter, shut-off valve, reversing valve, thermostat, solenoid valve, temperature sensor, pressure switch, etc., so each component performs according to the setting Appropriate function parameters. It's similar to how a domestic refrigerator works, but on a larger scale.
The TS series truck refrigeration unit
has an independent power system, which can run on its own when it is parked, to continue to provide air-conditioning
support for the interior of the truck, and to maintain a low temperature environment.
Truck refrigeration units
are used for a variety of purposes across several different industries, including but not limited to:
Food distribution and retail: Refrigerated semi-trailers, vans and walk-in vans to maintain cold storage of perishable items such as meat, dairy, vegetables, fruit, baked goods, snacks, beverages and more.
Agriculture: Refrigerated shipping containers to deliver fresh produce harvested from farms to processing plants or supermarkets. Truck refrigeration units also help prevent food spoilage during transport after the harvest season, extending shelf life and reducing waste.
Pharmaceuticals: Controlled room temperature storage solutions, such as trailer units and truck boxes, provide precise climate-controlled conditions to preserve medical supplies or sensitive drugs prior to their arrival at a hospital or research facility.
Fishing: Temperature-controlled fishing vessels carry refrigeration on board to maintain proper storage conditions prior to arrival in port, reducing bacterial growth and thus improving the quality and shelf life of seafood.
Manufacturing: Factory-installed truck refrigeration for manufacturers to distribute temperature-sensitive raw materials, intermediate products, finished products, ingredients, etc. This technology helps extend product life and helps meet regulatory specifications.
Service industries: Catering companies, event planners, restaurants that use mobile refrigerated trucks to serve hot and cold meals on special occasions, festivals, sporting events, weddings, corporate events, concert venues, school picnics, construction site lunch breaks, political rallies, etc.
Compliance with regulations: Most countries have strict guidelines around food safety and preservation, and van refrigeration units play an essential role in meeting those requirements by keeping temperatures consistent and below unsafe levels. Noncompliance could result in fines, confiscation of goods, legal action against companies, loss of reputation, or damage claims from customers.
Sustainability: Advanced technology in modern refrigeration units reduces greenhouse gas emissions through lower energy consumption and improved performance. The transition towards cleaner technologies improves air quality, benefiting both people and the environment.
Convenience: It provides convenient access to stored items without needing to go into separate rooms. This helps minimize delays when making deliveries in hot climates where workers may otherwise slow down due to discomfort.
Cost Savings - having a refrigeration unit installed in the van itself rather than carrying extra trailer results in significant savings on fuel costs, driver expenses, and reduced maintenance needs.