New Carrier Transicold UK Training Videos Help Operators Maximise Refrigeration Technology

09 December 2014

Carrier Transicold UK is helping customers get the most value from its range of refrigeration units by creating a suite of training videos. The videos are intended for operators of Carrier Transicold truck and trailer refrigeration units, including Vector™, Supra™ and Pulsor™ technologies. Carrier Transicold helps improve global transport and shipping temperature control with a complete line of equipment for refrigerated trucks, trailers and containers, and is a part of UTC Building & Industrial Systems, a unit of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX).

The short videos, which are available online, are designed to help customers follow recommended operating procedures and eliminate errors such as fuel contamination, debris in evaporators and potential unit damage, all of which can help reduce equipment-running costs and downtime, improve operational efficiency and avoid common mistakes that can compromise the integrity of perishable cargo.

“These videos will strengthen our available training tools, streamline integration of our technology into customer fleets and improve customer confidence in the proper use of the equipment,” said John Forster, Sales Director, Carrier Transicold UK.“The videos were created with our customers’ requirements in mind – each video focuses on the essential information operators need to easily set up and run their specific Carrier Transicold unit.”

Training videos are also available for Carrier Transicold’s range of Neos™, Viento™and Xarios™units, along with specific videos for the optional rear control panels available for the Vector and Supra units. There are also specific videos on operating the variety of accessories offered by Carrier Transicold, including COLDTouch, which uses Bluetooth technology to display the temperature of the trailer on a screen in the tractor unit cab, and DataCOLD, an independent temperature recorder that works separately from the refrigeration unit, so operators know the correct temperature has been maintained over the course of a journey. 

"Our expert team is always on hand to offer advice on training or unit operation, but we believe our customers will find the videos a useful tool which they can incorporate into their existing training practices and access 24/7." Forster said.

The training videos are packaged together on a USB flash drive available on request and also are available online here.