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 Frigitek systems are available in single-phase and three-phase configurations, for both walk-in freezers and coolers. Installation can be done by anyone with skills in electrical installations.  **Please note that the installation of a Frigitek system does not disrupt the operation of your refrigerant or compressor systems whatsoever.**  Frigitek Controllers are not VFDs. (Variable Frequency Drives)

Single-Phase Models cover all available voltages up to 25 amp capacity per controller.

Three-Phase Models are available in all common voltages. The modular design of the Three-Phase system allows one controller to handle an unlimited number of evaporators.  Individual evaporators must be less than 20 horsepower.

ECM Models cover 120 Volt, and 208-240 Volt power.  We now offer a line of ECM replacements for older shaded-pole motors.  These ECM systems include a special controller featuring the Frigitek two-speed concept.


About The Single-Phase Frigitek

Our brochure "Introducing the Single-Phase Frigitek" is the best way to become familiar with the Single-Phase unit. 
Here is the brochure, in PDF format.






The Single-Phase Frigitek is usually mounted on the front or side of the evaporator case.  Here is a typical installation.













The 480 Volt Model is in a different case style, and must be mounted on the wall near the evaporator it controls. Here is a picture of the 480 Volt unit.






The Installation Manual for the Single-Phase Frigitek is a very good source of detailed information about the unit.  You may download it in PDF format here.

Typically, consideration of an installation begins with a free analysis of the potential savings which a Frigitek system could provide.  For an explanation of the analysis procedure, visit our Analysis page.



About the Three-Phase Frigitek


Our brochure "Introducing the Three-Phase Frigitek" is the best way to become familiar with the Three-Phase unit.  Here is the brochure in PDF format.












  Three-Phase Control Module
                                                                                                                
                                                                  

                                                          Three-Phase Power Module  

                          

  

The Installation Manual for the Three-Phase Frigitek is a very good source of detailed information about the unit.  You may download it in PDF format here.

Typically, consideration of an installation begins with a free analysis of the potential savings which a Frigitek system could provide.  For an explanation of the analysis procedure, visit our Analysis page.



About The Frigitek ECMs

An ECM is an "Electronically Commutated Motor", a new type of motor which is dramatically more efficient than the older shaded-pole motors typically used in refrigeration systems.

Frigitek EC Motors are used to replace the shaded-pole motors in older evaporators.  This motor replacement results in a large reduction in the amount of power used by the evaporator fans.  In addition, a new EC Motor Controller available for the use with the Frigitek EC Motors, provides the ability to slow the speed of the new EC motors, resulting in even more savings, along with the other benefits of having the fans at low speed for substantial periods of time.

Frigitek EC Motors and the EC Motor Controllers are available in separate models for use on either 120VAC or 240VAC.

An analysis of the savings possible with EC Motors, and a comparison of EC Motor savings with classic Single-Phase Frigitek savings is available as a downloadable PDF file
here.

The complete Installation Manual for the EC Motors and the Frigitek EC Motor Controller is available as a downloadable PDF file
here.

A brochure describing the EC Motors and the Frigitek EC Motor Controller is available as a PDF file
here.

A review of the Frigitek ECM System conducted by the Washington State University's EnergyIdeas Clearinghouse is available
here.  The EnergyIdeas Clearinghouse is a technical assistance service managed by the WSU Extension Energy program with support from the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance.


Tel: 1-877-659-3838

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