CAREL@Euroshop celebrates 50 years of innovation and sustainability

From 26 February to 2 March, CAREL will be participating at Euroshop 2023, stand E 01, hall 16, celebrating its 50th anniversary with sustainable solutions and services to increase energy performance in the commercial refrigeration market.
In a crucial stage of the fight against climate change, with the latest regulations and the current macroeconomic situation requiring important reflections on the optimisation of energy consumption to maximise usage and minimise waste, CAREL will be proposing solutions at the event that make it possible to effectively reduce consumption, to counter the problems of higher costs and limit environmental impact. Indeed, sustainability is an approach that has become indispensable for tomorrow’s industries, in line with ESG targets.
CAREL’s history of sustainability began when the Group was founded in 1973. Over time, technologies, needs and sensitivities have evolved, and with these also the objectives and means to achieve them. Today, even more than yesterday, the strategy that drives innovation in the Group can be best defined as “sustainable success”. This strategy guides the continuous search for solutions developed to guarantee high efficiency and energy savings, whatever approach is adopted by customers and partners in the construction of their refrigeration units and systems.
Compatibility with natural refrigerants is one of the strengths of the CAREL product offering: this makes it possible to improve the performance of refrigeration systems while at the same time reducing the carbon footprint of the applications that these solutions are part of, further optimised by digital services and connectivity. From the latest controllers for compact CO2 condensing units to a complete range of controllers for refrigerated showcases and the high-efficiency solutions used on semi-plug-in refrigeration units, both CO2 and propane, as well as water loop or air-cooled systems.
The sustainability pursued by CAREL is also realised through the adaptation and customisation of its solutions to customer needs, minimising time to market and the investments needed to propose combinations that can be easily developed to suit different application needs. The reduction of complexity in the design, construction and commissioning of individual units or refrigeration systems is a value that allows concrete savings and facilitates synergies between different units and the areas with highest energy consumption. Customisation simplicity is not limited to simply combining existing elements, but rather includes the possibility of acting on the logical functions at a software level. Here once again, CAREL offers considerable expertise and know-how both in thermodynamics and in the final applications, as seen in its products designed to meet the needs of commercial refrigeration.
And thanks to this know-how, CAREL can also support customers throughout the entire system life cycle, so as to guarantee the expected performance at all times. Right from the design stage and initial configuration, CAREL’s experience and technology are available to support field installation through dedicated apps and local supervisors. Remote digital services allow end users to sustainably maintain the best performance and control of system management costs over time, through advanced data analysis and reports that pro-actively suggest the most effective improvement actions.