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Stationary refrigeration RS


The RS series units are monoblock units featuring extremely versatile use. Wall installation is possible on any kind of material, insulated or brick making a hole. In the case of wall, special measures must be taken for the various thicknesses and assembly possibilities. The body of the condensing unit is made from epoxide powder painted steel sheet whereas the evaporator has aluminium sheet. The main feature of the body is the presence of openable front panels facilitating access to the cooling system.

The compressors are reciprocating hermetic or semi-hermetic type functioning with refrigerant R404A. The type of construction of the RS units enables their use outside without any particular protection against the atmospheric agents. The system also provides for the use of all the devices necessary for good functioning in those conditions. The RS units are available in the standard applications in medium and low temperature, and also in special execution called “Polivalente” P (Multitemperature) enabling use of the cold room both in medium and in low temperature. The series called “C”, is equipped with two-stage semi hermetic reciprocating compressors and is suitable for the freezing tunnels.

The units are complete with:

  • liquid receiver
  • liquid sight glass
  • line solenoid valve
  • thermostatic valve for expansion of the refrigerant (except for RS225-RS135 with capillary)
  • fully automatic, electric type defrost
  • heat exchanger
  • condenser fan pressure switch (except for RS225-RS135)
  • compressor crankcase heating
  • minimum and maximum pressure switches

MRS series


MRS series of unit are designed for fresh temperature above or slightly under the freezing point.

Power 1 Hp 1¼ Hp 2 Hp 3 Hp 3 Hp 4 Hp 5 Hp
Ref. R404a R404a R404a R404a R404a R404a R404a
Defrost Electrical Electrical Electrical Electrical Electrical Electrical Electrical
Cond. Air flow 1090 cfm 1090 cfm 1265 cfm 2235 cfm 2855 cfm 4000 cfm 5295 cfm
Evap air flow 1050 cfm 1050 cfm 1350 cfm 2530 cfm 2950 cfm 4000 cfm 5470 cfm
Air Throw 20 pds 20 pds 40 pds 36 pds 66 pds 79 pds 59 pds
Weight* 270 lbs 275 lbs 325 lbs 440 lbs 650 lbs 730 lbs 900 lbs

Units Capacity

10°C/30°C 9200 10200 18400 29100 38900 50950 64800
10°C/35°C 8570 9550 17150 27250 36160 47660 60300
5°C/30°C 8050 9000 16075 25250 33550 44025 56225
5°C/35°C 7500 8425 15000 23600 31100 41100 52175
0°C/30°C 7000 7900 14075 21975 28725 37750 48400
0°C/35°C 6525 7375 13100 20400 26525 35175 44800
-5°C/30°C 5975 6775 12000 18500 24050 31850 41425
-5°C/35°C 5550 6300 11125 17175 22400 29675 38375
Power 7½ Hp 10 Hp 14¾ Hp 20 Hp 24¾ Hp 29½ Hp
Ref. R404a R404a R404a R404a R404a R404a
Defrost Electrical Electrical Electrical Electrical Electrical Electrical
Cond. Air flow 5300 cfm 8075 cfm 8075 cfm 8075 cfm 12050 cfm 12050 cfm
Evap air flow 5300 cfm 8425 cfm 8250 cfm 8075 cfm 12350 cfm 12350 cfm
Air Throw 59 pds 82 pds 82 pds 82 pds 82 pds 82 pds
Weight* 975 lbs 1350 lbs 1400 lbs 1700 lbs 2175 lbs 220 lbs

Units Capacity

10°C/30°C 72500 101875 116850 130975 183725 189725
10°C/35°C 67500 95000 109125 122700 172825 177375
5°C/30°C 62775 87775 101775 116225 160875 168000
5°C/35°C 58250 81550 94850 108850 151050 156950
0°C/30°C 53900 75800 88075 102725 140125 148000
0°C/35°C 49900 70500 81900 96200 131400 138300
-5°C/30°C 45800 63925 75025 89250 119975 128475
-5°C/35°C 42375 59150 70050 83525 112375 120000

BRS series


BRS series of unit are designed for frozen temperature under the freezing point.

Power 1½ Hp 2 Hp 3 Hp 4 Hp 5 Hp 5 Hp 7½ Hp 7½ Hp
Ref. R404a R404a R404a R404a R404a R404a R404a R404a
Defrost Electrical Electrical Electrical Electrical Electrical Electrical Electrical Electrical
Cond. Air flow 1100 cfm 1100 cfm 1275 cfm 2250 cfm 2250 cfm 2850 cfm 2850 cfm 4000 cfm
Evap air flow 1050 cfm 1050 cfm 1350 cfm 2525 cfm 2525 cfm 2950 cfm 2950 cfm 4000 cfm
Air Throw 20 pds 20 pds 40 pds 37 pds 37 pds 66 pds 66 pds 80 pds
Weight* 270 lbs 295 lbs 350 lbs 590 lbs 595 lbs 790 lbs 825 lbs 890 lbs

Units Capacity

-15°C/30°C 6250 7750 11650 180000 21450 26650 32375 37125
-15°C/35°C 5950 7400 1050 16700 20075 24675 30075 34500
-20°C/30°C 5225 6550 9725 15375 18625 22750 27900 31600
-20°C/35°C 4950 6250 9200 14225 17250 21075 25800 29650
-25°C/30°C 4175 5395 7875 12925 15575 18950 23575 26975
-25°C/35°C 3925 5100 7375 11925 14325 17425 21975 24775

PRS series


PRS series of unit are designed for fresh or frozen temperature used for variable setpoint.

Power 3 Hp 5 Hp 7½ Hp 10 Hp 14¾ Hp 29½ Hp
Ref. R404a R404a R404a R404a R404a R404a
Defrost Electrical Electrical Electrical Electrical Electrical Electrical
Cond. Air flow 1275 cfm 2250 cfm 2850 cfm 4000 cfm 5300 cfm 8050 cfm
Evap air flow 1350 cfm 2550 cfm 2950 cfm 4000 cfm 5300 cfm 8050 cfm
Air Throw 40 pds 36 pds 66 pds 80 pds 60 pds 83 pds
Weight* 330 lbs 690 lbs 900 lbs 1100 lbs 1450 lbs 1750 lbs

Units Capacity

T°c / T°aBTU/hrBTU/hrBTU/hrBTU/hrBTU/hrBTU/hr
5°C/30°C 15500 27675 38125 51325 71750 124025
0°C/35°C 13550 24525 33875 45500 63775 110825
-5°C/30°C 11550 21350 29575 39575 55725 97425
-15°C/30°C 11750 23025 31050 43175 59925 104500
-20°C/30°C 9850 19900 26950 37750 52650 91500
-25°C/30°C 7950 16775 22850 32350 45400 78525
-25°C/35°C 7100 15425 20725 30000 41575 72500

CRS series


CRS series of unit are designed for freezing tunnel and temperature extremely cold

Power 7½ Hp 10 Hp 14¾ Hp 24¾ Hp
Ref. R404a R404a R404a R404a
Defrost Electrical Electrical Electrical Electrical
Cond. Air flow 4000 cfm 4000 cfm 8050 cfm 8050 cfm
Evap air flow 4300 cfm 4300 cfm 9000 cfm 9000 cfm
Air Throw 86 pds 86 pds 110 pds 110 pds
Weight* 1100 lbs 1100 lbs 1675 lbs 1825 lbs

Units Capacity

T°c / T°aBTU/hrBTU/hrBTU/hrBTU/hr
-30°C/30°C 22950 35475 75325 104775
-30°C/50°C 19750 31300 67950 97275
-40°C/30°C 14650 22325 51325 73625
-40°C/50°C 12825 19950 48025 68900
-50°C/30°C 8975 13100 34775 50000
-50°C/50°C 8025 12100 32700 46975

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