Sealed unit line for commercial refrigeration

Embraco's Plug n' Cool (EPC) sealed unit line is a complete cooling solution designed for refrigeration compressor replacements or retrofits that uses R-290 refrigerant and is designed for commercial use.

02/03/2015


Embraco's Plug n' Cool (EPC) sealed unit line is a complete cooling solution designed for refrigeration compressor replacements or retrofits that uses R-290 refrigerant and is designed for commercial use. Courtesy: EmbracoEmbraco's Plug n' Cool (EPC) sealed unit line is a complete cooling solution designed for commercial refrigeration compressor replacements or retrofits. EPC units use R-290 refrigerant and is ideal for grocery store and supermarket use. It also features an efficiency variable speed reciprocating compressor for 15 to 37 cubic ft coolers. It is a sealed unit, shipped fully charged with R-290, around which OEM design engineers can build market-ready, water-cooled display systems. The fully charged units eliminate the need for manufacturers to install R-290 charging equipment. The units are also designed to create very little noise or vibration while in use.

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