Cryogenic mobile refrigeration system for environmentally friendly delivery

A system developed by Linde Group’s BOC uses the the cryogenic effect of liquid nitrogen at -196°C to achieve rapid and evenly distributed temperature drops.
The cryogenic transportation system, called Frostcruise, does not rely on conventional engines for compressor cooling and is therefore much quieter, has a lower carbon footprint and uses less fuel than diesel cooling systems.
It also has longer autonomy in the case of a breakdown of the engine.
According to BOC’s business development manager, the system maintains accurate product temperature throughout the truck even in the case of multiple stops.
A spokesperson from MacFood Services, a Malaysia-based food processor and distributor with demanding temperature specifications, said the system “coped admirably… in extremely hot and humid climate conditions.”