Copeland is Setting the Standard for Commercial Refrigeration

Emerson has long served the commercial refrigeration industry’s supermarket, restaurant and convenience store markets. Its Copeland™ compressor lines have continuously set the standard in performance and reliability. With the industry now in the midst of sweeping regulations — including the Department of Energy’s energy efficiency minimums and the Environmental Protection Agency’s refrigerant rulings — Emerson is leading the development of the next generation of refrigeration technology. 


Innovative Solutions for Industrial Refrigeration

Emerson offers a complete line of Vilter™ compressors for industrial refrigeration and gas compression including reciprocating, single screw, and twin screw compressors.

The single screw compressors provide the lowest life-cycle costs, and highest reliability of all industrial refrigeration and gas compressors. Its balanced design provides quiet and reliable operation, even while performing at pressures over 1100 PSI.

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Performing in the most challenging transportation environments.

Transport refrigeration requires a high level of system performance even in the most demanding conditions. This is part of the reason why the top refrigerated container manufactures count on Copeland Scroll™ compressors. The aluminum case available on this compressor offers best-in-class corrosion protection in the most grueling sea environments. While for land transport, it is able to accommodate numerous stops for loading and unloading with precise temperature control.

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Bringing the industry together to evaluate refrigeration system design from every angle.


Opening the door to the future of commercial refrigeration.

The Helix Innovation Center is focused on providing a collaborative environment for researchers, academia, and industry professionals to develop solutions to refrigeration industry challenges.


How are the DOE Regulations Impacting Compressor Technology?

The countdown to compliance is on! Our industry is faced with regulations that will impact the entire refrigeration supply chain.

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