Hanshoku - CO2 Refrigeration System Case Study (in Japanese)

published Dec 09, 2014 - 4 pages

Hanshoku, a Japanese retailer with its head office in Osaka and 75 supermarket (SM) stores in Japan, represented by Ryo Kitamura, sees CO2 refrigeration systems and government subsidies as a perfect opportunity to convert its existing R22 systems while doing the right thing for environment. This is in line with company’s CSR (corporate social responsibility) policy. In December 2014, the company will open a brand new 2,200m2 supermarket in Osaka. The Hanshoku Oasis SM is equippe

Hanshoku, a Japanese retailer with its head office in Osaka and 75 supermarket (SM) stores in Japan, represented by Ryo Kitamura, sees CO2 refrigeration systems and government subsidies as a perfect opportunity to convert its existing R22 systems while doing the right thing for environment. This is in line with company’s CSR (corporate social responsibility) policy. In December 2014, the company will open a brand new 2,200m2 supermarket in Osaka. The Hanshoku Oasis SM is equipped with four 20HP, four 15HP and one 10HP CO2 condensing unit installed on the roof of the SM. Energy efficiency is expected to improve by 12% in comparison with same class of SM equipped with R410A. Annual emissions of CO2 are also estimated to decrease by 344.5 tonnes of CO2-eq.


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