We are the leading supplier of refrigeration systems that use environmentally friendly carbon dioxide as a refrigerant.

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Our units are available in more than 100 configurations, and can be adapted to all kinds of needs for refrigeration.

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Sustainable Refrigeration

Environmentally friendly | Cost effective | Reliable

Green & Cool is a world-leading supplier of transcritical refrigeration systems that uses environmentally-friendly carbon dioxide (CO2) as a refrigerant. In addition to outstanding environmental performance, the Green & Cool units offer superior lifetime economy and high reliability, as well as being very user-friendly. Green & Cool has developed modern CO2 refrigeration to be a commercially-attractive alternative.


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    All our applications

  • Mistral

    Single temperature range (refrigeration, freezer, air conditioning or heat pump).

  • Crystal

    Double temperature range (refrigeration and freezer or air conditioning and freezer).

  • Sirocco

    Triple temperature range (refrigeration and freezer plus air conditioning or heat pump).

Latest news

  • 16 Jan, 2017
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  • 17 Oct, 2016

    More applications for CO2Y

    The recent launch of CO2Y, Green & Cool’s compact condensing unit, has been warmly welcomed by the market. CO2Y was developed to provide businesses that have less-demanding refrigeration requirements, such as small shops and petrol stations, with an affordable and uncomplicated, but environmentally friendly, option. It now turns out that the range of applications is […]

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  • 9 Sep, 2016

    Green & Cool attends the Chillventa exhibition in October

    We are looking forward to attending the Chillventa exhibition in Nuremberg, Germany, on October 11–13, 2016. Green & Cool will share a stand with our colleagues from Celsior and Profroid. Chillventa presents an extensive cross-section of the industry’s products. This is where trade, industry, plant construction, users, training and research meet to discuss the latest […]

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