Thermo King launches all-electric refrigeration unit

Thermo King launches all-electric refrigeration unit

Thermo King is now offering a new, fully-electric refrigeration unit for small- to medium-sized vans and trucks. The company says it is ideal for electric and engine-powered trucks.

The company says the E-200 delivers a constant capacity independent from the vehicle’s engine and can work with both electric and engine-powered vehicles.

The E-200’s plug-and-play solution requires no road compressor or drive kit to function, Thermo King says. It features a power management system, which contributes to lower energy consumption, increased vehicle autonomy and higher efficiency and reliability, the company adds.

Thermo King says the E-200 features:

  • A inverter for constant capacity and exceptional operating efficiency independent of the vehicle engine.
  • A variable speed compressor for precise temperature control, decreased energy consumption and enhanced reliability.
  • A smart controller with power management intelligence to optimize the supply and demand of power.

Combined with electric vehicles, the E-200 creates refrigerated transportation that delivers food and perishable items safely with zero-emission, low noise and maximum convenience for urban populations, the company says.

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