Our units can be monitored remotely from anywhere in the world using our advanced control technology.
Federalsburg, Maryland (PRWEB) March 17, 2015
M&M Refrigeration, the industry leader in CO2 technology, will exhibit at Booth #402 at the IIAR Industrial Refrigeration Conference and Exhibition in San Diego on March 22-25. The annual conference showcases the latest products, services, and technologies in the industry.
Visitors to the booth will learn about M&M Refrigeration’s CO2 technology, which reintroduces carbon dioxide as a viable refrigerant. They have designed state-of-the-art equipment and controls for more than 40 applications of cascade CO2/ammonia refrigerating systems, which has brought M&M to the pinnacle of success in this field. These systems range in capacity from between 25 tons and 1,000 tons for various applications such as process plate freezers, spiral freezers, refrigerated warehouses, and blast freezers operating at temperatures from -58°F (-50°C) to +20°F (-6.67°C).
In advance of the conference, M&M Refrigeration created a new corporate video. The video will play at Booth #402 and features an overview of the company, plus showcase the process of designing and manufacturing refrigeration systems from conceptual blueprints to final construction of the refrigeration system.
M&M Refrigeration owner Duffy McConnell said the company has grown substantially since he started it in 1969. “We were one of the first companies in the United States to use CO2 technology, and we have since perfected it so that it saves businesses time and money. Our units can be monitored remotely from anywhere in the world using our advanced control technology. M&M stands by the systems we build, guaranteed.”
The leader in CO2 technology in North America, M&M Refrigeration designs, engineers, and manufactures high-quality refrigeration systems for a variety of applications including food processing, cold storage, warehouses, and ice arenas throughout the United States and the world. In 2007, M&M Refrigeration completed the largest CO2 cold storage plant in the world. The company employs world-class technicians and engineers and uses high-quality materials to ensure complete customer satisfaction.
For more information, visit http://www.mmrefrigeration.com or call 410-754-8005.