Dearman, the clean cold technology company, will be exhibiting its pioneering zero-emission transport refrigeration technology with Hubbard Products Ltd at this September’s Temperature Controlled Storage & Distribution show (TCS&D).
Dearman and Hubbard, which is part of the global Daikin Group, are working together to bring the environmentally friendly and economically attractive Dearman engine-powered transport refrigeration system to market. This month will mark the second time both companies have held a joint exhibition at the TCS&D show.
Dearman is developing a range of highly efficient zero-emission cold and power technologies which utilise cutting-edge liquid nitrogen engines. The first such technology to come to market is a clean transport refrigeration system, which has had previous successful trials with Sainsbury’s and with MIRA, as well as Loughborough University and Air Products.
The show will be held 13-14 September at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry.
David Sanders, Commercial Director at Dearman, said: “We are very excited to be joining our partners Hubbard at the upcoming TCS&D show for the second time. Dearman has made strides in the past year completing successful trials, and we look forward to talking through the technology’s significant operational benefits with potential end users. We are excited to be bringing the technology into the commercial space alongside Hubbard, who have shown real foresight in working with us to produce a system that can deliver both economic and environmental benefits.”
Pat Maughan, MD, Hubbard Products, added: “TCS&D is a major industry event to showcase the latest innovations in cold chain logistics, and we are delighted to be partnering with Dearman. At the show, we will be launching a comprehensive new range of transport refrigeration units and staking our claim as the leaders in affordable and clean transport refrigeration technology. Our unique system begins commercial deployment this year, and TCS&D will be an excellent opportunity to showcase our latest innovations.”
The zero-emission system being developed by Dearman and Hubbard will offer significant environmental benefits. The system emits no harmful gases or matter, such as NOx or particulates – only clean air or nitrogen. Existing diesel transport refrigeration units are lightly regulated and can emit up to 29 times as much pollutants as a Euro 6 truck engine. Replacing these disproportionately polluting auxiliary engines with a zero-emission alternative such as Dearman’s will immediately improve local air quality.
To arrange a meeting at TCS&D, or for more information please contact Dearman www.dearman.co.uk