Carter Thermal Energy (CTI is to make its debut at the Temperature Controlled Storage and Distribution Show this June, on stand E18.
The company will be showcasing the expertise of its divisional companies with its main focus on environmental technology and solutions, particularly with regard to natural refrigerant solutions with low global warming potential such as hydrocarbon and Co2 based systems.
CTI are sponsoring the inaugural World Refrigeration Day (WRD) on the second day of the show, 26 June. As a future annual global event, the WRD is to raise awareness of the importance of refrigeration and air conditioning to the food supply chain, the health sector and general human comfort.
CTI will be revealing various new technologies being developed for their refrigerated cabinets. Including new shelf edge technology for optimum cold airflow into cabinets, and integrated LED systems providing low energy illumination.
CTI group companies on the CTI stand are Carter Retail Equipment and Carter Synergy. Carter Retail Equipment specialises in refrigerated retail display cabinets and cold stores, from tdesign and specification to manufacturing and installation. They get involved in retail environment and back storage areas, fruit and veg bulk wholesalers’ storage, ripening rooms; and pharmaceuticals.
The Carter Synergy and KB Refrigeration divisions design, consultancy, installation, service and maintenance for refrigeration, heating, ventilation, mechanical and electrical disciplines across England and Scotland.
Carter Retail supply almost 90% of their cabinets as low charge, hydrocarbon based integral systems with integrated heat exchangers, which allow the cabinets to be coupled to closed loop Glycol or water systems. Benefits includie heat recovery options and significant energy saving benefit.
Carter Synergy have been an industry leader and early adopter of Co2-based refrigeration systems, with several hundred large scale installations in place, many of which utilise heat recovery, enabling customers to re-use trejected heat within their stores for hot water or customer comfort.