In an effort to provide more sustainable options for transport refrigeration, Carrier Transicold released four premium performance trailer refrigeration units. The units offer double-digit fuel efficiency improvements and come with lifetime compliance with emissions requirements of the California Air Resources Board (CARB). These new systems include two single-temperature units and two multi-temperature units, all of which reduce particulate emissions by 96% and can improve fuel efficiency from 5-20%, Carrier Transicold says. “Whether interested in boosting fuel efficiency, seeking compliance with stricter emissions regulations or both, North America’s trucking fleets will soon have four new options,” said Steven McDonald, trailer product manager for Truck Trailer Americas at Carrier Transicold, in a statement. “The units will be available for order later this year for delivery in 2023, especially helping fleets operating in California that will be adding units next year and will be subject to CARB’s newly amended Airborne Toxic Control Measure for Transport Refrigeration Units.” The four new units also take advantage of a 24-horsepower smart engine that features clean engine technologies, provides a lifetime of regulatory compliance and achieves double-digit fuel economy, it says.
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