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April 28, 2008
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A side-mount packaged refrigeration system has been added to the Pro3 packaged refrigeration system product family. The unit combines a condensing unit and evaporator into one easy-to-install commercial refrigeration solution. The side-mount system is completely assembled, wired, evacuated, charged, and run-tested at the factory and, as a result, can be installed in two hours, says the manufacturer. It is optimized for outdoor applications, featuring a crankcase heater, heated drain line, and fan cycling on all units. According to the company, the design of this unit provides a much higher airflow and pull-down capacity than found in traditional packaged systems, making it available for a broader range of applications. The unit is available in high temperature with air defrost, medium temperature with electric defrost, and low temperature with electric defrost. It is charged with R-404A refrigerant. PSC motors are standard on both the condensing unit and evaporator sections, with EC motors as an option on the evaporator section, to meet certain energy regulations.

Heatcraft Refrigeration Products LLC, 2175 West Park Place Blvd., Stone Mountain, GA 30087; www.heatcraftrpd.com

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