Refrigeration Systems Delivers Improved Head Pressure Control with Three-Bank Fan Condensing Units

Condensing Units designed specifically for commercial and industrial produce refrigeration

Pryor, Oklahoma – Refrigeration Systems (RSI), an industry leader in the design and production of engineered heating, cooling, and refrigeration systems, announces the availability of its industry-leading condensing units, with a unique three-fan design that delivers improved head pressure control.

RSI condensers feature three separate circuits and, in the past, shared 2 banks of fans. Now, with three banks of fans, each compressor circuit has its own set of fans, which helps to improve head pressure control. This design is unique to RSI.

RSI Condensing Units are available in a wide range of configurations, including single, dual, or multiple compressor arrangements with air-cooled or evaporative cooled systems. As a result, RSI Condensing Units are suitable to address a variety of applications and load requirements. All RSI Condensing Units are designed to operate in diverse and demanding environments including high and low ambient conditions and high altitude locations, and can even be treated to operate in corrosive environments.

Additionally, the units ship fully assembled and with a dry nitrogen holding charge, making installation and setup fast and easy. Learn more about RSI’s three-fan condenser technology from the Refrigeration Systems website. Refrigeration Systems (RSI), is a division of RAE Corporation.

About RAE Corporation
RAE Corporation, family-owned and headquartered in Pryor, Oklahoma, is an industry leader in the design and manufacture of custom-engineered cooling and refrigeration systems. RAE’s expertise allows the company to design top-quality systems to meet the specific needs of their customers. RAE designs and manufactures products in four divisions: Century Refrigeration, RAE Coils, Refrigeration Systems and Technical Systems. For more information about the high-quality, made-in-the-USA cooling and refrigeration systems manufactured by all four of the company’s divisions, visit www.RAECorp.com.

SOURCE: RAE Corporation