Continental Chillers Use ICOR's NU-22

April 29, 2005
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INDIANAPOLIS - Indianapolis-based manufacturers Continental Chillers LLC and ICOR International Inc. have joined forces to provide environmentally friendly, non-ozone depleting systems for air conditioning, process cooling, and commercial/industrial refrigeration.

Continental, which has offered quality factory-built equipment tailored to the needs of its customers for the past two decades, has now fully implemented the engineering changes necessary for a cost-effective product line without the use of R-22. With the cooperation of ICOR International, Continental has developed its "E-Line" chillers and condensing units, utilizing ICOR's NU-22 refrigerant.

Continental chose NU-22 because it's comparable to R-22 in terms of performance across the full R-22 temperature range, nontoxic, nonflammable, and rated A1 by the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE). Cost and energy efficient, NU-22 is compatible with standard mineral refrigeration oil, so there is no need to change lubricants to POE or any other oil.

For more information on Continental Chillers, contact Kiran Fuller at 317-337-9813 or visit the company's Web site, Additional information regarding the products and services of ICOR International Inc. can be obtained at 800-497-6805 or

Publication date: 05/02/2005

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