The giant trade show will take place in the Georgia capitol – near several manufacturers of natural refrigerant equipment – for the first time since 2001.
The AHR Expo, which bills itself asthe world’s largest HVACR marketplace, will return to Atlanta, Ga., for the first time since 2001 for its 2019 event, January 14-16 at the Georgia World Congress Center.
The Atlanta area is home to several of the OEMs and component makers serving the natural refrigeration industry, including Hillphoenix, Bitzer, Hussmann, Heatcraft, Nidec-Secop and Carlyle.
The AHR Expo will feature more than 2,100 exhibitors and over 120 educational sessions, including an overview by shecco of global market and policy trends for CO2and ammonia in refrigeration (see below). The show’s more than 60,000 attendees include OEMs, engineers, contractors, component manufacturers, distributors, and facility operators spanning the commercial, industrial and institutional sectors.
Exhibitors offering natural refrigerant-related equipment include: Stellar (booth B244), Blissfield Manufacturing(B851), Tecumseh Products (B1327), Emerson (B2219), Carel USA(B2255), Keeprite Refrigeration (B2260), Parker Hannifin (B2349), Carlyle Compressor (B2931), SWEP North America (B2953), Super Radiator Coils (B3735), Modine Commercial and Industrial Solutions (B3275), Wieland Copper Products (B5770), ebm-papst (C5819)Baltimore Aircoil (C6531) and Embraco North America (C7431).
In the refrigeration category, the AHR Expo Innovation Award will go to Emerson for its Copeland Scroll fractional-horsepower low-temperature compressors, which use liquid injection technology and cooling discharge temperatures to reduce compressor stress and meet federal regulatory requirements. Finalists include Baltimore Aircoil for its TrilliumSeries adiabatic condenser and DunAn Microstaq for its Silicon Refrigeration Valve,
The following educational sessions are related to natural refrigerants:
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