Founded in 1918, Officine Mario Dorin is the largest compressor manufacturer in Italy and one of the largest in the world. Over the centuries, the world of refrigerants and air conditioning has seen a significant change due to OMD’s innovation efforts in the cold chain sector. They have differentiated themselves from others by consistently investing their resources in the research and development department as well as creating and releasing high-quality products in the market.
And as a result of their efforts, OMD has received recognition globally hence crowned as a primary reference for any other company or individual who may want to start or gain some experience on CO2 application.
Being a major supporter of natural refrigerants, OMD has been able to meet a lot of achievements including creating non-flammable refrigerants as well as securing temporal and technological records among others. And as part of their main aim of developing and providing sustainable solutions in the air conditioning and refrigeration sector, OMD played a vital role in the creation of the first machine-made using carbon dioxide back in the ’90s. And through this, the company is able to support the technical engineering standards for carbon dioxides around the world and especially in Europe.
Through their efforts, the company also managed to join the North American Sustainable Refrigeration Council (NASRC) aiming to promote natural refrigerants.
Today Officine Mario Dorin manages to produce over 100.000 natural gas (C02) compressors which are widely distributed to over 90 countries around the world. And due to its expansive operations all over the world, OMD has various working stations including its headquarters in Tuscany, 4 operating units located in China, and Italy as well as 5 direct commercial offices. It also has sales offices in Indonesia, Brazil, and USA which was founded in 2019 to enrich the group with new solutions and services as it also expands its offer in the market. Some of the key products produced by Officine Mario Dorin include.
- Commercial refrigeration.
- Railway air conditioning.
- Industrial refrigeration.
- Marine applications.
- Systems for storage of ice cream.