Dearman Wins Refrigeration Innovation Award

Dearman’s zero-emission transport refrigeration system has won the award for Refrigeration Innovation in the RAC Cooling Industry Awards, which recognize cutting-edge technologies.

The Dearman transport refrigeration system is based on the Dearman engine, which is powered by the expansion of liquid nitrogen to deliver highly efficient and cost-effective zero emission power and cooling.

Michael Ayres, Deputy Chief Executive, Dearman, said: “Winning the ‘Refrigeration Innovation’ category in the RAC Cooling Industry Awards is a huge achievement for Dearman. We are excited to be bringing economically viable, clean power and cooling technologies to the market. It’s encouraging that the judges of this category responded so positively to Dearman’s zero-emission transport refrigeration system, which will reduce operating costs and improve air quality. As we look forward to the system’s first commercial trials later this year, this level of industry recognition is testament to the hard work of everyone in the company.”

The RAC Cooling Industry Awards champion the leading innovations and environmental successes in the refrigeration and air conditioning industry. This announcement follows shortly after Dearman announced the upcoming release of Liquid Air on the European Highway, which will be launched on September 29 in Brussels.

This is the first report to assess the environmental and economic impacts of transport refrigeration across the EU.

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