The container cooling unit has been designed as a roof unit for cooling containers (shelters). In most cases, sensitive electronics are located in the container which should not get too hot, and sometimes must even be heated in the winter. The container cooling devices are used in blasting works, harbor cranes, container terminals and many other applications. Special attention was paid to ease of operation.

Areas of application:

  • Cooling operation possible at ambient temperatures of -25° C to 70° C
  • Designed for extreme conditions: shock loads, thermal radiation, dust, and corrosion
  • A wide range of operating voltages
  • UL / CSA-compliant version possible

Handling and operation: 

  • Separately accessible instrument panel with quick-release fasteners
  • Monitoring of the compressor preheating optional 
  • Optional power regulation 
  • Power discharge optional 

Energy and environmental balance:

  • With environmentally friendly refrigerant - without CFCs and without HCFCs 

Processing and quality:

  • Robust sheet steel construction, suitable for extreme shock loads
  • Corrosion-resistant housing, powder coated or in stainless steel
  • Durable heat exchanger made of copper, aluminum, galvanized steel, optional CDP coating
  • Switching cabinet cooling provided for
  • Powerful recirculating air filter 
  • Overpressure unit optional
  • Hot-air heating optional
  • Condensate evaporator optional
  • Coated conduits optional
  • Robust industrial compressor
  • Service-friendly
  • Quality control with factory test run



Dimensions [mm] L x W x H

2.140 x 1.200 x 960

Weight approx. [kg]


Refrigerating capacity [kW] with R 134a *1.)
at a room temperature of 25° C


Refrigerating capacity [kW] with R 134a *1.)
at a room temperature of 30 °C


Refrigerating capacity [kW] bei R 134 *1.)
at a room temperature of 35° C


Air flow rate, free blowing [m3/ h]


*1 at an ambient temperature of 50° C

Subject to technical changes.

The CRANEFRIGOR™ container coolers for climate control of electronics containers in different industries. The temperature can be selected individually. The sucked-in air is mixed with pre-filtered fresh air, filtered and brought to the desired temperature. A slight overpressure is thereby created in the cooling space, which prevents dust entering from the outside. The desired container temperature is individually selectable.

Depending on the use of the crane, it can be heated, for example, when the crane goes out of the hall, or if it is generally an external crane, as is the case with a scrap crane.