Designed to make life easier for convenience and supermarket retailers, DCI Refrigeration claims its range of all-in-one packaged refrigeration units are not only quick to install but also address key issues for retailers such as planning restrictions, noise levels and sustainability.
The award-winning refrigeration and air conditioning company said it has drawn on over 20 years’ expertise in the retail market to create three units – the MPCU, X25 and IPRB; all of which offer solutions for high, medium and low temperature applications and come pre-wired, pre-tested and pre-commissioned for fast, easy site setup.
Units are available in all RAL colours and, with extra sound attenuation options, make unobtrusive solutions for urban environments, said the company.
The X25 is a through-wall unit, ideal for applications where space is unavailable for conventional refrigeration and air conditioning plant.
The MPCU locates against external walls and has a maximum depth of 1m. Available with two, three or four fans, it has an acoustic compressor deck and can utilise a range of HFC refrigerants.
The IPRB (Integrated Plant and Receiver Box) is an acoustic compliant housing for up to six scroll compressors and incorporates a liquid receiver and integrated control panel for both compressors and condenser fans.
Launched at a recent trade show, the units have been receiving positive reaction to both their capabilities and the fact they are UK manufactured.
DCI director Gareth Chambers said: “What we’ve been hearing loud and clear is there is real appetite for businesses to buy home-grown products and solutions and support the UK economy and UK jobs.
“Of course, we know the key to this is ensuring businesses can be assured products are not only top quality in terms of materials and build but also feature unique and innovative design and engineering to deliver high-performance and efficient solutions for end-users.
“Delivering all of this at the right price for British businesses has been the focus in developing our packaged units. We now hope more commercial and retail companies recognise this and help us put the ‘great’ back into British manufacturing.”