Exclusive Tundra® Refrigeration System

Environmental chambers utilizing the CSZ Tundra® refrigeration systems offer more performance and can save up to 54% in operating costs!

How can CSZ test chambers with the Tundra save operating costs?

Operating costs are reduced compared to cascade refrigeration systems since there is only one compressor now needed to run temperatures as cold as -45°C (-49°F) or -50°C (-58°F). This can provide your company with substantial cost savings in both initial costs and operating costs.

What is the Tundra refrigeration System?

Unlike conventional single stage systems that can only efficiently test product to -34°C (-30°F), the patented Tundra® and new Tundra® II systems can efficiently test product to -45°C (-49°F) or -50°C (-58°F) with a single compressor.

More Info about Tundra

The Tundra system offers the following benefits:

  • Increased Performance Capacity - The system offers even greater capacity with rapid temperature change rates and increased live load capability.
  • High Reliability – Utilizing proven refrigeration system design that has a single compressor with fewer parts than a cascade system adds to the reliability of the Tundra system. With an installed base for over two decades, Tundra units demonstrate sustained performance.
  • Reduced Maintenance Costs – With few parts to service, maintenance costs will be lower.

Ask your CSZ sales representative how the Tundra® Refrigeration System can reduce your costs and your testing time.

CSZ Energy Saving Tundra

  • Tundra®
  • Tundra® II

Tundra is a patented refrigeration system design that uses one compressor and can be used in any CSZ chamber from 3.5 to 15 HP. The Tundra is ideal for testing products down to -45°C (-49°F). The Tundra is a proven and reliable system that has been in production for over 20 years.

Built off of the original Tundra platform, the Tundra II is a unique refrigeration system design that also uses one compressor and can be used in any CSZ chamber available from 12 to 30 HP. The Tundra II is ideal for larger systems and accelerated testing down to -50°C (-58°F).