The TE 30 from MITSUBISHI offers fully electric cooling which is equally at home in a conventional diesel-powered vehicle as in an all-electric vehicle.
The TE 30 operates autonomously, totally independent of the vehicle's drive and electrical systems. Full cooling capability is maintained, even when the vehicle engine is switched off. With conventional cooling, cooling capacity drops off or ceases during traffic stops, resulting in a failure to manage load temperatures.
In the case of delivery operations, the vehicle must be sealed on departure for insurance reasons. The previously used engine continuation circuit is no longer permitted for environmental reasons. This means that conventional systems are non-operational, while the autonomous fully electric TE 30 continues to protect your load as normal.
Unlike the TE 30, direct drive cooling systems are dependent on engine operation, so their capacity drops off during idling and at low speed. Users need to fit oversize units to compensate. This problem does not arise with our fully electric systems, saving procurement and operating costs.
Because the TE 30 has an integrated compressor, it needs no refrigerant hoses. No hoses mean less refrigerant. This is an important advantage in light of the stricter regulations of the F-Gas Regulation since 2020. By eliminating hoses, you eliminate potential leaks and reduce maintenance costs too.
A further advantage of the fully electric MITSUBISHI TE 30: no hoses mean there is no need for an annual leak test, saving you time and money.