AN ECOLOGICAL PRODUCT OFFERING FOR PROCESS COOLING
The search for an ecological alternative to HFC fluids, now heavily affected by the F-GAS regulation which is progressively ensuring their disappearance on the market, led A2P to make the deliberate choice of propane (R290). This natural gas from the hydrocarbon family has a thermodynamic behaviour very similar to that of R22 (the most effective HCFC type fluid, now completely prohibited). By opting for R290, A2P INDUSTRIE has become a key player in ecological process cooling and is actively participating in reducing the environmental impact: R290 has zero ODP (Ozone Depletion Potential) and very low GWP (Global Warming Potential).
In addition to the environmental benefit, A2P propane cooling solutions prioritise energy performance and offer absolute process reliability. These facilities also allow for scalability, energy recovery, integrated free cooling and potentially very large grants (CEE).
PROCESS COOLING ENERGY PERFORMANCE
Energy performance is at the heart of the A2P approach: quantified with precision, it constitutes an obligation to achieving an unconditional result. It is achieved by chillers with high energy efficiency coefficients (COP), as well as through free cooling configurations, which automatically optimise the production of chilled water.
Additionally, A2P offers scalable plants, based on autonomous cooling modules that can be connected to each other, in a closed circuit, with no power limit. This unique feature makes it possible to flexibly support growing needs, to avoid any overinvestment in unnecessary power and, above all, it creates total process security, the power being distributed over several autonomous modules.
THE ADVANTAGES OF A2P
Engineering cooling solutions is A2P’s real area of expertise. A2P plants are the leaders in their field: they testify to an expertise in the selection of chillers…
A VERY STRONG QUALITY APPROACH
A2P is an SME driven by a very strong quality approach. Highly qualified, the company offers complete support, from design to monitoring and maintenance of installed sites, in compliance with strict and binding regulations. The company has obtained a large number of certifications and certificates.
We offer a wide range of process cooling products. A2P’s expertise in cooling solutions engineering is well-proven. From the design to the development of bespoke products, A2P also meets precise specifications.
A2P has installed over 500 systems in France and internationally, for use in industries such as plastics processing, chemicals, mechanics, composite materials and agri-food. A2P’s expertise in processes cooling is specific, energy yields are high, and quality is sustainable.
A2P supports its many customers in the long term. They continually express themselves to be very satisfied (95%) with A2P products and services.
A2P PROCESS COOLING
As a specialist in industrial process cooling, A2P INDUSTRIE offers high-tech cooling plants and a comprehensive service.
A2P cooling and temperature control plants are the product of specific expertise and advanced technology that generate substantial energy savings.
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