Our Products

CPC (UK) offer a diverse range of refrigeration system orientated products to enable our customers to optimise system performance, reduce carbon footprint, protect personnel safety and maintain perishable product quality. Learn more about the Benefits of our products

IR-em2

Offering intelligent, reliable and accurate gas monitoring for a wide range of HCFC and HFC refrigerants together with Carbon Dioxide and Ammonia.

MP-em

A microprocessor based product suitable for monitoring multiple zones offering a simple and effective method of detecting a range of toxic and explosive gases and refrigerants.

SP-em

A microprocessor based product suitable for monitoring a single zone offering a simple and effective method of detecting a range of toxic and explosive gases and refrigerants.

RD-em

The RD-em provides a discreet and stylish product ideally suited to identification of refrigerant leaks in hotel rooms, offices and residential properties.

E2

Designed as a versatile platform to enable both monitoring and control of refrigeration applications.

ACC

Designed for Refrigerated Glass door freezer display cases the ACC will dramatically reduce energy consumption to anti-sweat heaters.

Coldroom Door Alarms

Pre-recorded voice alarm for coldrooms to alert staff of prolonged door opening, personnel entrapment and refrigerant leak detected.

Case / Coldroom Control

Refrigeration controllers for both display case and coldroom evaporators.

Pack / Condenser Control

Intelligent digital control for multi compressor packs and condensers.

IMEC

Alarm status/indicator panel with refrigerant level and suction/discharge pressure display. On board logging with TCP/IP interface.

Gas-Mate

An instrinsically safe portable ammonia and combustable gas leak detector.

Tek-Mate

A budget priced portable refrigerant leak detector.

D-Tek Select

An infrared based portable refrigerant leak detector.

D-Tek CO2

Provides consistent, accurate responses to next generation refrigerant.

Whisper

Ideal for detecting and locating sources of ultrasonic sound through the use of sophisticated electronic circuitry.

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