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REDUCED HORSEPOWER.

UNBRIDLED COOLING PERFORMANCE.

The Vector series is designed to surpass other platforms while using less engine power. In fact, it is

the first Tier 4-compliant ultra-high-efficiency multi-temp platform that generates higher performance

while requiring 20% less peak engine power.

Its all-electric architecture means every unit comes standard with electric standby. Combined with

the unique capability to turn individual components on and off—including the compressor—the

Vector 8600MT platform delivers enhanced performance and greater fuel efficiency.

USES SIGNIFICANTLY LESS FUEL.

The ability to turn the compressor off eliminates the biggest power draw on the engine while it is

running, significantly reducing the horsepower load and saving fuel. For example, the Vector unit can

uniquely save up to 15% on fuel over other platforms by periodically shutting off the compressor

during continuous-run operation.

And because the Vector uses efficient electric heat, it can shut down the compressor

to save 25% to 40% on fuel in heat mode compared to other platforms.

UP TO

70%

LOWER OPERATING COST.

All-electric architecture delivers savings on both diesel and electric standby operation. Electric

standby can save up to 70% on operational costs versus diesel operation.

UP TO

50%

MORE EFFICIENT.

Unlike competitive units with adapted, add-on electric standby options, the Vector unit’s all-electric

architecture is specifically designed to operate on electric power.

In fact, the Vector platform provides best-in-class electric standby performance and efficiency,

delivering up to twice as much cooling capacity and up to 50% higher BTU-per-watt efficiency*

than competitive offerings.

Performance data compared to the Carrier Transicold models they replace and dependent on a range of operational settings, environmental

conditions, and model type.

*Based on Carrier Transicold laboratory testing of representative host units at typical rating conditions in 100°F ambient temperature.