At the end of the year, BOCK will launch a compressor innovation from the product group of mobile CO2 compressors on the market in December 2021: the HR60. The so-called StarCO2mpressor has 6 cylinders in radial piston design. The cylinders are arranged in a star configuration, as well as for the version of HR40. Just like the 4-cylinder StarCO2mpressor, which has already proven itself in series production, the 6-cylinder extension offers new possibilities in the field of bus and train air conditioning.

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HR60 mobile StarCO2mpressor for use in bus and rail air conditioning and heat pumps

The mobile StarCO2mpressor is also designed for bus and train air conditioning and is used in the field of mobile cooling, transport cooling or in heat pumps. Environmentally friendly use due to using natural refrigerant and resource-saving heat generation without auxiliary heater at outside temperatures down to -20°C, offer energy savings and a higher range for the user. For all cooling applications in bus, train or transport cooling, where more power is required than the StarCO2mpressor can deliver in the 4 cylinder version, the HR60 is the suitable mobile StarCO2mpressor.

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What can we say in a nutshell and briefly about the new HR60 compressor?

"HR60 and HR40 StarCO2mpressor: same look, same advantages with more displacement and power!"

So it is more a question of the refrigeration application, or the vehicle to be air-conditioned or heated and the power required, that determines whether the HR60 or the HR40 is used. From BOCK's point of view, it was a logical consequence that the new 6-cylinder HR60 was urgently needed. For the market and customer in the bus and train air conditioning sector - especially in the future markets of rail and electric bus - the HR60 is another innovation for economically and ecologically sustainable compressor technology "Made in Germany".

All information about the HR60 and a first overview can be found on our product page, which we have revised for you: