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GEA Adds to its Compressor Portfolio

Originally published: 12.21.12 by


GEA Refrigeration Technologies will introduce its GEA Bock piston compressors to the United States and Canadian markets at the 2013 AHR Expo, Jan. 28 – 30, in Dallas, Texas, the company recently announced. 

With this addition, GEA Refrigeration North America can now offer piston and screw compressors from 5 to 6100 CFM using various refrigerants including R-134a, R-404a, CO2, NH3 and others, the company says.

GEA Bock compressors can be found in bus and train cooling systems, refrigerated transport vehicles, supermarket refrigeration systems, comfort air conditioning and marine refrigeration applications, the company says, illustrating the variety of applications.

For more information: www.gearefrigeration.us

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