Designing a Safe Reefer Connection: Part 2

Increasing safety While little has changed in the construction of the receptacles themselves over the years, ESL is constantly challenged to find new solutions that meet unique customer safety and operational requirements. Usually terminal operators have limited or no control over the maintenance and standards associated with male plugs on reefer container cables, the quality…

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Introducing the New Q: ESL’s Latest Innovation

Safety, Value, Quality, and Innovation have played a key role in making ESL a worldwide industry leader in the design and manufacturing of safety-interlocked power outlets for refrigerated ISO containers. With this continuing mission in mind, ESL’s new Q module provides unparalleled safety and incorporates additional advances such as high visibility indicating light and extensive cycle…

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Positive Expectations for Reefer Shipping

As projected at the beginning of 2016, this year is proving to be one of the worst for global container shipping, with one exception – reefer shipping. In written clarifications by The Journal of Commerce, Container News, World Cargo News and Cleanleap, studies show cold chain has proved to be growing strong with frozen food…

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ESL’s New Power Metering & Reefer Monitoring Assembly

ESL Power Systems, Inc. and Refrigerated Transport Electronics have teamed up to offer an integrated solution encompassing Reefer Outlets, Revenue-grade Power Metering and Reefer Monitoring. This system provides a single source of information for reefers while reporting energy consumption per reefer with revenue-grade accuracy. The monitoring system uses power meters that can be integrated with…

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ESL to Present at American Association of Port Authorities Seminar in San Diego

      Visit ESL at the American Association of Port Authorities 2015 Facilities Engineering Seminar and Expo. This year, the event is held at the Marriott San Diego Gaslamp Quarter from October 20th – 22nd. Conference topics include: Major Industry Projects, Technology Transfer in the Port Sector, Aging Infrastructure, Automated Terminals, Application of Technology in Engineered…

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