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November 22 was held the 21st edition of Innovation Awards Gala

at Windsor Station in Montreal.

Pictured from left to right:
Daniel Schneider, Desjardins
Michel Tétreault, Frygy Cube International
Jean-Louis Legault, ADRIQ.
 

Based in Sherbrooke, Frygy Cube International is a company specialized in the manufacture of refrigeration systems for the transportation of frozen products. Frygy Cube has developed and marketed a new cold storage technology based on the use of innovative cooling plates allow a local conservation and more efficient distribution of frozen products.

Using electricity rather than diesel fuel, the system developed by Cube Frygy exceeds expectations and requirements of the distributors of chilled and frozen products that are on the lookout for innovative refrigeration systems more energy efficient and quieter.

 

 
The system keeps Frygy Cube in transit a more constant temperature in the refrigerated compartments, reduce operating costs and dramatically reduce emissions compared to traditional refrigeration. All of these elements gives Frygy Cube enviable strategic position in a niche largely untapped in the transportation industry food in Quebec and Canada.
 
 

2011 winners and finalists. 5 Phoenix Award

Refrigeration system without fuel to transport food.

The Phoenix of the environment 2011. 5 Phoenix Award

Frygy cubic international inc. specializes in refrigeration systems for the transportation of goods. Located in Sherbrooke, the company realized a few years ago, research and development with the help of the research center of Hydro-Quebec and the Agency for energy efficiency in Quebec.

Research has led to the development of a new cold storage system used primarily for the delivery of frozen food. This system produces no greenhouse gas emissions, compared to about 16 tons per year per unit for a conventional system.

     
Refrigeration system without fuel to transport food cube Frygy international inc.

Frygy cubic international inc. specializes in refrigeration systems for the transportation of goods. Located in Sherbrooke, the company realized a few years ago, research and development with the help of the research center of Hydro-Quebec and the Agency for energy efficiency in Quebec. Research has led to the development of a new cold storage system used primarily for the delivery of frozen food. This system produces no greenhouse gas emissions, compared to about 16 tons per year per unit for a conventional system.

Recall that the Phoenix environment, the competition's most prestigious environment in Quebec, was born in 1998. It is a partnership that brings together the Ministry of Sustainable Development, Environment and Parks, the Ministry of Economic Development, Innovation and Export Trade and the corporation RECYC-QUÉBEC. They can also count on the collaboration of the Quebec Environment Foundation and the agency ÉEQ.

     
   
     
 
 

Energy efficiency, unveiling the winners of the 21st Énergia

Energia - Congratulations!

Montreal, February 2, 2011 - Québec's Energy Future is in good hands! This is the conclusion to be drawn to some 450 guests who attended the 21st Evening Awards Energia Competition organized by the Association for Energy Management (AQME).

44 inovation projects
Night Energia can recognize the excellence of Quebec's achievements and celebrate the genius of this in terms of energy efficiency in the categories relating to the building, technological innovations, industrial or manufacturing processes, transportation, integrated management and GHG economy. This year, 44 are projects that have passed the stage of the analysis technique. The Jury Prize, which is awarded to the project having the most outstanding among all the applications submitted, the project was handed efforts to reduce energy consumption of the Granby Zoo as part of its modernization project (2005 to 2010)

     
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For road transport, May 2010

Save $ 7000 per year per chilled unit
The Quebec company Frygy Cube International presented at the brand new salon Truck World in Toronto, its ecological refrigeration unit with zero emissions, mounted for the occasion on a reefer FRIO which itself was mounted on a truck provided by International DuraStar hybrid International truck West Island.

The purpose of the operation, said the president of Frygy Cube, Michel Tétreault, being a truck to market "green" aerodynamic combining a hybrid truck, a van high efficiency without thermal bridges, and the refrigeration unit Frygy Cube which does not consume any fuel and emits no pollution. "We have agreements with major corporate clients who will test the truck. The people at Navistar in Chicago are also aware of the project, " says Tétreault, who does not hide his ambitions: he wants the Cube Frygy eventually be sold around the world.

Geraldo Prioriello, director of leasing in the short and long term for Trucks West Island, believes "This technology is very promising and that this project will make a real and interesting market in sales."
The refrigeration unit Frygy Cube made ??including the use of eutectic plates (cold plates) that store energy when the branch to a power source at night. In the morning they are ready to maintain a temperature of -20 degrees Celsius (-4 degrees F) for ten to 12 hours. The cold is forced by two fans powered by 12 volt. The system maintenance is minimal Frygy Cube, says the manufacturer. All work is done via an electric compressor that operates at night.

Michel Tétreault estimated at $ 2 000 annual maintenance savings achievable with the refrigeration unit, while the fuel savings would amount between $ 4 000 and $ 5 000 per year. Allow about $ 800 annually in electricity to run the compressor to charge the plates. Unique advantage of the refrigeration unit Frygy Cube, according to its manufacturer, the system provides cooling without noise and without any expression when the truck is parked inside. There is one and a half, the large food retailer in the Montreal area, Dubord-Rainville, was the first to use what Michel Tétreault called "prototype" of the refrigeration unit. Since the manufacturer has refined the system. "We went back to the drawing board to make improvements and changes," says Tétreault. "For example, we are better suited to the methods of operation of the users by enhancing the performance of de-icing system and developing a standalone battery for fans when the truck is stopped." The refrigeration unit is suitable for Frygy Cube vans from 20 to 26 feet. It allows for the transportation of frozen products, or transport bitempérature (frozen and fresh) using an inner division.
     
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2008 finalists

Here are the finalists for Rio Tinto Alcan Innovation 2008. They will present their innovative products at the Theatre Rio Tinto Alcan innovation, before the jury and the delegates of the 8th Annual Conference of the AMETVS. The winner will be announced at the Gala evening from 18.30 Amethyst

Thursday, November 6, 2008, Hotel Le Dauphin Drummondville Theatre Rio Tinto Alcan innovation: 13.30 Gala Amethyst: 18:30

Denis Robillard, General Director, AMETVS, Michel Tétreault, President, FrygyCube International inc. and Jean-Luc Bernier, P. Eng., Corporate Director Special Projects, Rio Tinto Alcan inc.
Innovation:
Cooling system for ecological and economic transportation of frozen foods.

This system offers significant savings on operating costs for consumers. A conventional system consumes about 4,000 liters of fuel per year to $ 1.14 per liter, or about $ 5,000, plus maintenance, about $ 2,500 per year. On the environmental front, it is a green product that eliminates the greenhouse gas serre.Un traditional system sends 16 tons of CO2 per year into the atmosphere. The system developed by Frygycube, meanwhile, consumes about $ 800 of electricity per year, and produces no CO2.
       
Denis Robillard, General Director, AMETVS, Michel Tétreault, President, FrygyCube International inc. and Jean-Luc Bernier, P. Eng., Corporate Director Special Projects, Rio Tinto Alcan inc.
     
 
 
     
     
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