Designed for the Whole Store.
SoloChill is a micro-distributed refrigeration system with a unique, small footprint design that delivers distinct benefits when compared to more traditional, DX system cases. It’s flexible enough to cool walk-ins, workrooms, service departments and cases. Five different designs can service any and every application throughout an entire store.
Designed with a Small Footprint and Big Advantages.
The key is a single, glycol-cooled condensing unit per case that can be mounted on top, beside or behind and completely out of a customer’s sightline. Plus, their sound abatement enclosures make them quiet, with no fan noise to annoy shoppers. Add the units’ low power requirements and SoloChill becomes an important part of any Hillphoenix full-store solution.
Designed to be Practically “Plug-and-Play.”
Factory-installed units come pre-charged and pre-tested from the factory with only seven pounds or less of refrigerant — well below the fifty-pound limit required by regulations. They are practically “plug and play” with quick-connect water hookups and single-point electrical connections making SoloChill incredibly easy to swap out for merchandising changes or store remodels.
Designed for Easy Maintenance.
Control one condensing unit or an entire network of condensers with a BOSS controller from Carel. Know exactly when it’s time for service with BOSS’s remote monitoring capabilities. Then take advantage of the hinged panels on SoloChill for easy-access and connections that are conveniently external. The BOSS open, back-net capabilities allow it to communicate with most building management systems (BMS). Opt for a wired computer connection or use a smartphone and an app over wi-fi and maintain complete control of all your cases from the palm of your hand.
Designed to Work with Less.
Because SoloChill utilizes a single-condenser design, refrigerant charges are localized per case and much easier to control and maintain. Total refrigerant use is lessened dramatically—up to 80% less across the store! Downtime is dramatically less.
During maintenance, only one case needs to be worked on at a time, keeping disruptions to a minimum. Pull one case off-line, not a complete multi-case lineup. Also, losses should a leak ever occur, are minimal because the leak will be contained to a single case and not an entire lineup.