Dorin continues its support of ATMOsphere America in 2014

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Since ATMOsphere America’s launch in 2012, Dorin has shown its support as a Bronze Sponsor. For the 3rd year, the Italian compressor manufacturer will continue to bring industry leading CO2 technology to the conference forefront.

The 3rd edition of ATMOsphere America will take place in San Francisco on June 18 & 19, 2014. Expected to draw the largest crowd in the conference’s history, established supporter DORIN will be there to discuss its quality compressor technology range for natural refrigerant CO2.

About Dorin innovation

Dorin produces more than 70,000 compressors per year, offering the widest CO2 range available on the market. The company’s main commitment is to quality products, offering efficient, robust, and reliable solutions for the commercial refrigeration market in both transcritical and subscritical applications.

Products of interest

Dorin’s wide range of CO2 compressors are categorised under the following models:

  • TCS: single stage compressor for transcritical systems, suitable for commercial refrigeration, medium-low evaporating temperature (NT), refrigerated transportation, sanitary hot water HP, HVAC systems.
  • TCD: double stage compressors for transcritical systems, suitable for commercial refrigeration with very low evaporating temperature (LT), refrigerated transportation.
  • SCS: single stage compressors for subcritical and transcritical operation (smaller envelope than TCS range), suitable for water-cooled systems, hot gas defrost systems.
  • SCC: compressors for subscritical systems, suitable for cascade systems and brine systems.

Company History

Founded in 1918 as a manufacturer of machine tools, Dorin branched out into refrigeration systems in 1932. The company has produced semi-hermetic compressors since 1957, which today are the core business of the company with an impressive selection of 70 semi-hermetic compressors ranging from 0.4 to 150 HP.

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