The E-200 unit is operational on both electric and engine-powered vehicles
MINNEAPOLIS, February 25, 2021 —
Thermo King, a
leader in sustainable transport temperature control solutions, is now
offering a new, fully electric refrigeration unit for small to
medium-sized vans and trucks. With a unique mix of control, convenience, utilization, and reliability, the E-200 is the ideal all-electric solution
for electric and engine-powered trucks.
The E-200 provides a unique mix of control and convenience, paired
with low noise and reduced weight, and offers an attractive solution
across urban settings and final mile deliveries.
Unlike typical direct drive solutions designed for diesel engines,
the E-200 represents the future in transport refrigeration by
delivering constant capacity independent from the vehicles engine and
can work with both electric and engine-powered vehicles.
The E-200’s plug-and-play solution requires no road compressor or
drive kit to function. It features a power management system, which
contributes to lower energy consumption, increased vehicle autonomy
and higher efficiency and reliability.
E-200 features a host of innovations that are helping transform transport refrigeration, including:
Combined with electric vehicles, the E-200 creates refrigerated transportation that delivers food and perishable items safely with zero-emission, low noise and maximum convenience for urban populations.
“The E-200 represents the next generation of all-electric
refrigeration units. It provides our customers with refrigeration that
moves beyond direct drive systems and helps them meet their
sustainability targets throughout the cold chain,” said Tracey
Patterson, truck product manager for Thermo King. “As an industry
leader, Thermo King is committed to adapting technologies with
zero-emission and are compliant with growing regional and national
Learn more at: thermoking.com/e200
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