December 20, 2014 5:39 PM ET

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Company Overview of Zero Zone, Inc.

Company Overview

Zero Zone, Inc. manufactures frozen and refrigerated cases. It offers low temp, medium temp, and Hybrid display cases; retail and industrial refrigeration systems, and ice arena packages; and parts. The company also provides Zero Zone Service App, a tool for installers, contractors, and service technicians to diagnose problems and find answers to common questions regarding Zero Zone refrigerated display cases. It offers its products for perishable food market, ice arena, institutional, and industrial users. The company was founded in 1961 and is based in North Prairie, Wisconsin with locations in Waukesha, Wisconsin; and Ramsey, Minnesota. Zero Zone, Inc. is a former subsidiary of SUPERVALU ...

110 North Oakridge Drive

North Prairie, WI 53153-9792

United States

Founded in 1961

Phone:

262-392-6400

Fax:

262-392-6450

Key Executives for Zero Zone, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer and President
Founder
Founder
Marketing Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Zero Zone, Inc. Key Developments

Zero Zone, Inc. Introduces Environmentally Friendly ColdLoop CO2 Subcritical Refrigeration System

Zero Zone, Inc. ColdLoop CO2 Subcritical System is now available for food retailers who want a reliable, efficient refrigeration system to cool their food display cases. Retailers now have an environmentally friendly alternative to traditional refrigeration systems, which use large amounts of Freon in the process of cooling. The new ColdLoopTM CO2 Subcritical System minimizes the use of HFC refrigerants in favor of CO2, a readily available refrigerant that has a GWP (Global Warming Potential) of 1, the lowest GWP available, and is considered the baseline by which all other Green House Gases are measured. The Zero Zone ColdLoopTM CO2 Subcritical System is a secondary loop system that uses Carbon Dioxide (CO2) as the refrigerant to directly cool the display cases, the walk in coolers, and the walk in freezers. All medium temperature loads are cooled with re-circulated liquid CO2, and the low temperature loads are cooled with direct expansion CO2. The CO2 is cooled with a cascade condenser utilizing R407A, an HFC refrigerant. The R407A refrigeration system and the entire R407A refrigerant charge is contained within the mechanical room and is at a volume that is a mere fraction of what might be used in a traditional Freon-based refrigeration system. This not only reduces the HFC refrigerant charge, but also the possibility of refrigerant leakage. It is estimated that this new system has a leak rate potential of 5% per year, compared to an average 25% leak rate for traditional systems.

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