Modular Refrigeration Unit (MRU)
Modular Refrigeration Unit (MRU) provides thermal control to insulated containers in ambient temperatures as high as 130°F and as low as -40°F. Both the MRU-TQ1-404 and MRU-TQ3-404 can be rigidly attached to either the Tricon or Quadcon insulated containers. The MRU is designed to replace the Thermo King VM405 and the Carrier Integra 30S with improved performance, reliability, and ease of maintenance. Using a high-efficiency, environmentally safe refrigerant, the MRU meets or exceeds all requirements for military container heating and cooling.
|Height||21.4 inches||54.3 cm|
|Width||36.8 inches||93.3 cm|
|Depth||38 inches||96.5 cm|
|Weight||350 lbs||158.8 kg|
|MRU-TQ1-404||120 VAC, single-phase, 60Hz|
|MRU-TQ3-404||208 VAC, 3-phase, 50/60 Hz
Y Connection w/Neutral
|MRU-TQ1-404||2,800 BTU/hr (820 W) at 0°F/100°F||6,611 BTU/hr (1,933 W) at 35 °F/100°F|
|MRU-TQ3-404||4,500 BTU/hr 1318 W) at 0°F/100°F||9,000 BTU/hr (2,636 W) at 35 °F/100°F|
|Refrigerant||R-404A||6 lbs 8 oz|
|Set Up Time - The MRU can be installed in less than 30 minutes by two personnel and is operable by a soldier outfitted in all levels of Mission Oriented Protective Posture (MOPP) equipment. The MRU requires less than 90 minutes Mean Time To Repair (MTTR) including evacuation and recharging using standard, commercial support and test equipment.|
This product was developed under an SBIR contract.
Any Federal agency may procure these units at any time without further competition. The competition for SBIR Phase I and Phase II awards satisfies any competition requirement when processing Phase III awards. Therefore, an agency is not required to conduct another competition in order to satisfy any statutory provisions for competition. This is authorized under 10 U.S.C. 2304(b)(2) or 41 U.S.C. 253(b)(2). A separate J&A document is not required, pursuant to 10 U.S.C. 2304(b)(3) or 41 U.S.C 253(b)(3).
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