Carrier Transicold’s Vector S15 Trailer Refrigeration Unit Delivers Cost & Energy Savings

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Carrier Transicold is committed to delivering immediate savings to customers, underlined by its latest Vector S15 temperature-controlled trailer unit. Bringing new levels of fuel efficiency combined with low-maintenance costs, the Vector S15 delivers the performance and reliability expected from Carrier Transicold’s Vector range, while helping customers lower their operating costs and carbon impact.

The semi-electric Vector S15 offers a versatile, cost-effective solution across a full range of applications, from inner-city logistics to long-haul distribution. At 700 kg, it is the lightest trailer model in its segment, at more than 15% lighter than the closest competitor alternative.

“Product innovation is at the heart of what we do, as it is key for our industry-leading temperature-controlled logistics solutions,” said Scott Dargan, Managing Director UK & Northern Europe, Carrier Transicold. “The Vector S15 merges powerful performance with an optimised design, creating a cost-sensitive solution for our customers – something that’s critical in today’s economic climate.”

The Vector S15 provides 15 kW of cooling capacity, with rapid temperature pull down, powerful airflow management and temperature regulation. Its semi-electric, Stage V compliant, multi-speed engine utilises the latest emissions technology to provide high-capacity performance and optimised fuel economy, helping to deliver notable sustainability benefits.

The unit is one of the quietest products in the Carrier Transicold Vector range with just 62 dB(A) when operating at low speed. This makes the system ideally suited for urban distribution centres and delivery routes while also creating a more enjoyable working environment for drivers.

The Vector S15 was designed with easy maintenance access in mind and also comes factory embedded with Carrier’s Lynx Fleet telematics system.

Carrier Transicold creates refrigeration solutions to handle precise temperature-controlled cargo, like food and beverages.