Metraclark the largest Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning wholesaler in Southern Africa.
Bock GmbH is a manufacturer of compressors and condensing units for stationary and mobile RAC. Bock is recognized worldwide for its high quality products, which are exclusively used in the commercial and industrial sectors.
BITZER, stands for research, development and manufacturing of innovative compressors, condensing units and pressure vessels for refrigeration and air-conditioning applications.
The efficiency and reliability of Copeland compressors, together with the accuracy and performance of Alco Controls helps contractors and OEMs alike provide precise, reliably efficient refrigeration and air-conditioning systems.
Frigopol Kälteanlagen GmbH
The unique FRIGOPOL refrigerating compressors in semi-open design allows the use of most of the
common refrigerants, such as CFCs, HCFC´s, ammonia and R723.
The Danfoss compressor range goes from small direct current hermetic compressors for mobile applications up to large scroll compressors for commercial air conditioning or industrial applications. Special versions, such as energy optimized compressors, variable speed compressors and compressors for solar applications are available.
DEM Production AB is a manufacturing company for Commercial Secondary Refrigeration Systems. The products have been developed to reduce and simplify the design work of secondary refrigeration systems. The time gained when using prefabricated units as opposed to assembling various standard parts on site is greatly reduced when installing a secondary refrigeration system.
Dixell's products are control system technology for commercial refrigeration, supplied and supported all around the world and they are offering a range of products that provide innovative solutions to meet the needs of the air conditioning, industrial and commercial refrigeration.
Temper has technical properties making the product very advantageous as a heat transfer fluid. Good thermal properties means low energy consumption. The energy consumption for a system is dependent mainly on: specific heat capacity, heat conduction and viscosity.