Supply containers offer many advantages. With integrated safety devices and their own ventilation, heating and lighting, as well as their intelligent design, refrigeration containers are energy-efficient and space-saving, which also makes them easy to transport. The GENIUM container reaches you in fully equipped state.
‘Everything from a single source and fully installed: our GENIUM refrigeration containers are the ideal solution for anyone seeking a compact and reliable refrigeration solution.’
Michael Streiter, Service Technician at ENGIE Refrigeration
The GENIUM corresponds to a machine room with all the safety devices required for application. For you, this means that our refrigeration containers reduce expenditure on electrical and hydraulic connection to the on-site system periphery.
A separate machine room is no longer required, and you can use the space you have saved for other things. GENIUM has a small footprint and can be set up almost anywhere outside the building.
In addition, container systems can serve as a substructure for re-cooling systems. This means there is no need for additional frames for cooling towers.
Every on-site requirement is unique and presents its very own challenges. The GENIUM solves multiple situations at once. Its compact design allows flexible installation.
Another important factor: the container system can usually be set up without an elaborate construction approval process. This reduces administrative effort – and thus saves you valuable time.
Situations can change quickly in today’s fast-moving environment. Places that used to offer generous utility spaces suddenly reduce the available space – for a variety of reasons, such as conversion, for example.
The GENIUM then offers the huge advantage in that it is easy and flexible to deploy. The closed system in the container can be moved quickly and easily; during the process, the container also provides direct protection for the chilled water system.
Compact design meets efficient refrigeration for Gulf News in Dubai. Each container could independently produce refrigeration. The refrigeration is then fed into a refrigeration network and ensures that each container is redundant.
Due to the age of the chiller it was not possible to refurbish the old R22 system at Nordmark; this would have been an unwise choice with regards to the costs - here a new refrigeration solution had to be found.
Alongside mounting and welding work, Paul Bippus GmbH also produces precision turned parts for breaking and steering systems, emission control systems and diesel fuel injection systems from materials which are difficult to cut. Due to ever-increasing demand for precision turned parts, this supplier to the automobile industry decided to build a new production site in Oberndorf in 2004. In this case, the technology for cooling the production processes proved to be a particular challenge for Bippus.