STAF has, since its creation, paid particular attention to the energy aspect in the field of refrigeration.

It was among the first companies to offer refrigeration systems equipped with floating HP, an important source of energy saving, thanks to its partnership with the company holding the patent.

It has also innovated since the end of the 1990s, by integrating certain accessories into its refrigeration circuits in order to reduce pressure drops.

STAF has also been offering power modulation for several years on its compressors and on some of its fan motors, in order to optimize consumption.

In addition, STAF recommends to its partners the use of ecological and high-performance fluids.

STAF has always systematically proposed the integration of electronic regulation boxes on the refrigeration installations it produces, as well as centralized technical building management systems “BMS”, which can simultaneously manage all the sources of electricity consumption of the project, whether it is a factory, fruit or logistics station, supermarket/hypermarket, or other.

These energy-saving solutions are designed to adapt to the different types of refrigeration installations we offer, ranging from the simple condensing unit to the complete multi-compressor centralized installation.

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Our BMS solutions consist of a specific software installed on a PC, electrical cabinets and remote control boxes and sensors.

These regulators, connected to the PC on one side and to the sensors on the other, allow the components of our refrigeration installations to be controlled in a rational pre-programmed manner (compressors, condenser fan motors, evaporators, expansion valves, solenoid valves, probes, resistors electrical …) as well as all the points.

consumption of the site, and relating to:

  • Cold production
  • Air conditioning
  • Heating
  • Lighting
  • Air curtains
  • Humidifiers – Dehumidifiers
  • As well as many other sources of consumption…

This system makes it possible to carry out load shedding operations in order to align real consumption with our projections, according to a pre-established order of priority.