Are you still looking for thermo king codes and chasing down thermo king manuals to get your equipment back up and running again?
If your load is 8000 lbs or less than listen up this could save you thousands.
Cooler Trailers have been taking people out of small refrigerated vans and small refrigerated trucks since 1998 and saving them tens of thousands of dollars that drop directly to your bottom line. Our 110 volt transport refrigeration unit is less expensive to own and maintain. Any basic refrigeration tech in your area can service with parts from your local supply house and maintain for at least $100/hr less than you currently spend with over the road transport refrigeration.
Our transport refrigeration units will freeze or cool with just 110 volt 12 amps and easily plug into any 110 volt outlet while parked or use our extended tongue platform on the trailer for a 5500 watt generator to power while making deliveries.
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We believe that superior design leads to superior function leads to superior results and if your profits are tied to the product inside, you owe it to yourself to work smarter not harder. Stop chasing down thermo king parts or looking for thermo king codes and start enjoying the competitive edge that Cooler Trailers can provide your business.
The best transport refrigeration units will have hot gas defrost. So what is hot gas defrost and why should I care. Good question. These are the little things that make a big difference to the well being of your product that you have stored inside your box.
Think back to your school days I know its a reach for some of us. Remember Mrs. McGillicutty’s class on the day she explained what happens to water when it reaches a certain temperature. If you were able to stay awake long enough to hear her say that at 32 degrees water changes from a liquid to a solid in this case ice.
I know folks are saying that's great Tom, but I only need to keep my product refrigerated at 35-40 degrees Fahrenheit that doesn’t apply to me. It absolutely does and here is why:
In order to maintain a box temperature of 35-40 degrees Fahrenheit plus open and closing doors, your evaporator coil has to be 10-12 degrees colder or about 25 degrees to maintain that 35 degree box temperature. So it is a scientific fact that you will get an ice build up on your coil its just a matter of when. Things like moist hot days and door openings can speed up the process but at some point you will need to defrost the ice accumulation on your coil.
There are a few ways to go about this the least effective is someone telling you to just shut off unit for an hour to hour and a half with uncertainty that its defrosted. Can your product really handle those dramatic temperature swings. I always tell our folks that if someone gives you this option run the other direction because they obviously have no concern for the check you wrote for the product inside.
The next method is a step up but not the best and that's electric defrost. The easiest way to describe this is its like having a toaster oven element on the backside of your coil and usually take 30-45 minutes a cycle. It will only defrost the ice where the heat coil is and doesn’t completely remove the ice so you will have to defrost more frequently and running these heat strips are more expensive to operate. Heat strips or electric defrost are less expensive to purchase but more expensive to operate, that's the important takeaway here.
The best and most effective way to defrost the evaporator coil is with hot gas defrost. The simpliest way to explain this is it’s like a heat pump that takes the heat generated from the working compressor and flashes that heat back through the coil internally and in about 3-5 minutes your back in business. This happens so fast that there are no real temp swings in your product insuring safe storage and delivery throughout the day. The takeaways here are the time 3-5 minutes and it happens internally so all the ice is removed, it’s more cost efficient to run and operate.
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Cooler Trailers incorporate hot gas in to our refrigerated transportation units because it is a more efficient way to keep your investment safe and after all increasing shelf life is what its all about. Our customers agree that Cooler Trailers provides the best transport refrigeration units for this niche.
Finally, a 110 volt transport refrigeration unit that works as advertised. If you are tired of buying bags of ice to keep your product frozen or refrigerated while you transport, distribute and store your product and you don't want to spend $40-$80k for a new refrigerated Van or small reefer truck than check this out. Cooler Trailers has been building a superior built refrigerated trailer since 1998.
Our mono block 110 volt refrigeration unit design is at the forefront of what we do. Cooler Trailers has created something that will:
Freeze or cool on just 110 volts 12 amp power.
Has temp range between 10-50 degrees Fahrenheit, we can build to go colder.
Has more efficient and effective hot gas defrost.
Easy to read digital Temp controller that is precise to a tenth of a degree
Built in light switch
Easy to operate just plug in and go
No more repriming issues like other products.
Made with standard refrigeration parts found at you local supply house
Any basic refrigeration tech can work on and maintain (big hourly savings)
If you are ready to take your business to the next level or you are just looking for a great new rental income stream our 110 volt transport refrigeration units will keep your business profitable for years to come. Just imagine the price advantage you'll enjoy over your competitors still using refrigerated vans and small reefer trucks. For more info checkout www.coolertrailers.com and see why this 110 volt transport refrigeration unit by Cooler Trailers is taking the refrigerated transport industry by storm.