Frigoline Group


Frigoline Group





In the realm of advanced cooling solutions, cold room condensers play a pivotal role in maintaining the perfect temperature for various environments, from industrial setups to commercial spaces. These technical marvels are engineered to enhance cooling efficiency and preserve the quality of stored items. Let’s delve into the intricacies of different types of condensers and their impact on achieving optimal cooling while keeping operational costs in check.

Air-cooled condensers and air-cooling condensers stand as epitomes of innovation, capitalizing on the principles of heat exchange to dissipate heat and regulate temperatures. These condensers are well-suited for scenarios where the installation of a cooling tower might be impractical. By utilizing external air to cool and condense refrigerant vapor, these units ensure efficient heat transfer, maintaining a stable temperature within the cold room.

For situations that demand an alternative approach, water condensers in conjunction with a cooling tower offer a reliable solution. These condensers utilize water to facilitate heat exchange, effectively removing excess heat generated during the cooling process. The temperature difference between the wet bulb temperature and the external temperature directly impacts the cooling efficiency of these systems. Factors such as external humidity, ambient temperature, and ambient humidity influence the overall performance of the condenser setup.

The V condenser and universal condenser represent versatility at its finest. These units are adaptable to various setups, from standalone cold rooms to ready-made cabinets with built-in condensers. The inclusion of advanced features such as Dt15high-speed fans, and low-speed fans ensures precise control over the cooling process. Whether you require a commercial condenser or an industrial condenser, these units cater to diverse needs, offering a wide range of configurations such as horizontal type condensers and vertical type condensers.

Innovative solutions like the evaporative condenser combine efficiency and sustainability. By incorporating principles of evaporation and air cooling, these condensers provide enhanced cooling performance while conserving resources. The cooling effect achieved through the process of evaporation maximizes the efficiency of the condenser, ensuring a consistent and optimal temperature within the cold room.

Elevate your cooling experience with our comprehensive range of cold room condensers. From air-cooled to water-cooled systems, our condensers are designed to meet the demands of various environments. Experience the synergy of cutting-edge technology and efficient cooling, and make a lasting investment in your business’s refrigeration needs. Choose innovation, choose reliability, and choose the path to superior cooling – choose our cold room condensers today.

V shape, horizontal and vertical structure options

Fin spacing is designed as 2,1 – 2,5 mm

Copper inlet and outlet collector

Maximum allowable operation pressure Ps=30 bar

Staggered tube structure

Compliable with R404a, R134a, R407F upon request

R448a, R449a refrigerants.

Shipped pressure inside

Electrostatic prepainted galvanize iron RAL 9016

Galvanize iron or aluminum coil block plate

Fans are separated from each other with sheet plates.

The reverse rotation effect of the standing fans is


O300 – O350 – O400 – O450 – O500 – O630 –

O800 mm/ 230V ~ 50Hz single phase 800 -1250

rpm and 400 V ~ 50 Hz three phase 650, 900 rpm


Standard or low sound level maintenance free fan


AC and EC fan motor options upon request

Protection class IP54, fan construction insulation

material class F

Optional fan accessories

(FlowGrid sound lower etc. )

Optional tube wall thickness 2.1 mm – 2.5 mm fin spacing

Different pipe wall thickness option in accordance with the refrigerant gas

Different fin thickness, pitch range and coated aluminum options suitable for the usage area

Epoxy coated fins (Optional)


Central Cooling Unit

Central cooling units are preferred in commercial facilities, markets and logistics storage areas.

Split Cooling Unit

Central cooling units are preferred in commercial facilities, markets and logistics storage areas.

Monoblock Cooling Unit

Central cooling units are preferred in commercial facilities, markets and logistics storage areas.