New Grundfos units use temperature sensors to regulate water flow.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has published in the Federal Register a notice finding carbon dioxide acceptable as a refrigerant in new equipment for ice skating rinks, centrifugal chillers, positive displacement chillers and industrial process air conditioning.
Professor Armin Hafner sees this and other innovations expanding the market for CO2 HVAC&R systems.
CO2 transcritical rack with integrated Carrier ejector technology for high cooling capacity applications and low environmental impact.
Carrier’s new CO2 industrial range offers a natural solution for a wide range of applications that is compact, modular, safe and easy to install and service.
The systems are available as single or dual temperature solutions.
The rack from Italian OEM SCM Frigo serves refrigeration, air conditioning and chiller needs.
Daniel Clark, Managing Director of Isentra, believes that transcritical CO2 will make deeper inroads into traditional ammonia territory than HFC’s ever did.
Caen-la-Mer has chosen a transcritical PowerCO2OL rack from Carrier for a refurbishment of its Olympic-sized ice skating rink.
Mayekawa, known for its NH3/CO2 cooling systems, is catching up with competitors in the CO2 refrigeration market.