Why Go Green & Cool?

Green & Cool offers solutions suitable for all public and private sector applications. We cover the whole range, from small condensing units for chillers and freezers in restaurants and catering businesses, convenience stores and petrol stations, to major refrigeration installations and heat pumps for cooling and heating large public and private buildings. We also offer attractive solutions for cooling in industrial processes.

Natural refrigerant – CO2

The CO2 as a refrigerant is the best available alternative for the environment. The CO2 in Green & Cool units does not contribute to global warming, while traditional alternatives such as F-gases (HFCs and HCFCs) are powerful greenhouse gases with a global warming effect far greater than CO2. HFOs, the fourth generation of F-gases, have a low climate impact relative to older F-gases, but the chemicals present unknown risks to the environment and human health. In addition, comparative trials consistently show that units that use CO2 as a refrigerant can be more energy efficient than those that use F-gases. Natural refrigerants such as CO2 are the best available technology and a long-term solution.



Quality – at all stages

Green & Cool manufactures and supplies the most technically advanced refrigeration units on the market that use CO2 technology. Green & Cool’s many years of experience ensure that the customer will always be offered the most efficient alternative – in both the short and the long term.

Low lifetime cost

Green & Cool offers low lifetime costs, thanks partly to efficient heat recovery (including tap water) and lower costs for operation and maintenance. A PLC based control system including COP metering is built in as standard. High quality and reliability are also strong arguments in favour of choosing Green & Cool.



Risk management

The design PS is the pressure a system is designed to withstand when the unit is shutdown – for maintenance, if there is a power outage, or due to any other circumstances that might occur. In a Green & Cool pack, the design PS is always higher than the pressure that occurs in normal ambient conditions. This ensures that the refrigerant remains in the system, minimising the risk of losing valuable trading hours or production time. There is no need for additional safety systems.


Green & Cool has invested a high level of commitment in developing an intelligent control system that is also user-friendly. The control system can also be supervised remotely via the Internet and communicates seamlessly with control systems from other suppliers.



Long-term, reliable partner

The long-term collaboration and development are key concepts in Green & Cool’s relationship with customers and partners. Naturally, high-quality training and rapid support are also included. Green & Cool’s high capacity production facilities at Profroid in Aubagne, France, coupled with its continuous product development process, also keeps you one step ahead on the path towards the solutions of the future.

Latest news

  • 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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  • 15 Jun, 2016

    Sustainable refrigeration at the right price

    It’s better for the environment, simple and inexpensive, and offers the same first-class performance as Green & Cool’s other products are renowned for. Green & Cool’s compact new condensing unit is attracting plenty of attention. Green & Cool is now working flat out to meet demand following the launch of CO2Y. “CO2Y uses environmentally friendly […]

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  • 5 Feb, 2016

    Net-Zero Store Wins Award

    An advanced cooling system from Green & Cool played a crucial role when Walgreens built its first net-zero store – a building that produces energy equal to or greater than it consumes. The building, located in Evanston, Illinois, has now won a prestigious ASHRAE Technology Award. Walgreens net-zero store was built in 2013. Among its […]

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