Episode 30 covers the use of CO2-based refrigeration systems in shipping container and cold storage applications, Coca-Cola's move to go HFC-free, and CCAC's efforts to combat HFCs in AC.
This week’s podcast begins with a look at shipping container-leasing company Seaco Global Limited’s investment in 100 CO2-based Carrier Transicold NaturaLINE container refrigeration units.
In the U.S., we examine Henningsen Cold Storage’s plans to open its first facility using a transcritical CO2 system – which will be supplied by Carnot Refrigeration and installed by PermaCold Engineering. We also take a look at Coca-Cola’s commitment to move to HFC-free coolers worldwide.
From Canada, we discuss a side event to the 29th Meeting of the Parties to the Montreal Protocol, organized by the Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC), to address combating the use of high-GWP HFCs in air-conditioning.
In Japan, we examine Food Techno Engineering’s new CO2 research lab – intended to demonstrate and test cutting-edge transcritical CO2 refrigeration systems.
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