Ice-Shuttle Closed System - No CO2 emissions

ACP’s own roll container dosing system allows you to carry out dosing more safely.
Ice-Shuttle Closed System is ACP’s new, state-of-the-art system for filling insulated containers with CO2 for cold chain transport cooling. ACP recently developed and patented this system of dosing stations and cooling cassettes which brings a real step-change to the cold chain cooling market.

With the new Ice-Shuttle Closed System, there are no CO2 emissions at all during the filling process. This is a real revolution when compared with all other existing systems. It is the only system which allows cassettes to be filled in the cold room, which delivers major efficiency and safety benefits.

Ice-Shuttle Closed System

  • Ice-Shuttle Closed System’s patented dosing station and injection pistol are designed to deliver the CO2 supply only when proper connection to the cassette is confirmed
  • Ice-Shuttle Closed System fills the cassettes and turns the liquid CO2 into CO2 snow without any CO2 emissions
  • This means containers can be filled in the cold storage area
  • Similar variable dosing to Ice-Shuttle FLEX based on container size, transport time/distance and weather forecast
  • Online monitoring for reporting purposes and full traceability

Main benefits

  • Cost saving:
    • Less CO2 because of better conversion
    • Less CO2 thanks to variable dosing (reduced waste)
    • Reduced indirect costs: filling in cold room with no loss of cooling energy – no ventilation of working space required
  • Most reliable CO2 sourcing in Europe
  • Food safety: no interruption to the cold chain
  • Employee welfare: no risk of asphyxiation
  • CO2 concentration within legislative limits even in small unventilated areas


  • Suitable for frozen and fresh food
  • Compatible with any container type
  • Customisation options, such as integration into your ERP
  • Data storage on ACP’s own servers, with secured Internet access
  • 24/7 maintenance service
  • 24/7 back-up delivery system in place
  • Telemetry on the CO2 tanks enables GPRS-driven level tracking