Australian gourmet food firm F. Mayer Imports has commissioned a transcritical CO2 plant with ammonia chillers.
The Danish Technological Institute (DTI) supplies complete CO2 training courses combining theory and most importantly hands-on training. Denmark continues to lead Europe in CO2 transcritical store installations and DTI is well placed to ensure refrigeration professionals keep up with the highly evolved market.
Hydrocarbons and CO2 are moving to become the European standard for commercial refrigeration equipment, ice makers, and refrigerated display cases. SandenVendo, Epta, Liebherr and AHT Cooling Systems were among those showcasing this accelerating trend at HOST Milano 2015.
The largest shopping mall in Scandinavia will officially open its doors in November this year. In light of its dedicated focus on installing environmentally friendly technology, leading manufacturer Green & Cool will equip many of the mall’s leading retailers with its CO2 refrigeration systems.
Les Atokas Bieler, in collaboration with Carnot Refrigeration, opted for a CO2 transcritical technology to chill cranberries at its new refrigeration warehouse in Quebec, Canada.
A new paradigm in industrial refrigeration is emerging in the United States with ammonia-CO2 systems helping alleviate safety concerns while catering for large-scale refrigeration capacities. Accelerate America investigated the trend in the magazine’s October edition.
Konvekta is trialing its CO2 MAC units in high ambient temperatures for the first time this year with French transport provider RTM. The ongoing trial will be key to the company’s, and the industry’s, adoption of CO2 MAC throughout Europe – a hot topic at Busworld 2015, held 16-21 October, in Kortrijk.
After a decade-long test of secondary and cascade CO2 equipment, Food Lion is ready to run its first transcritical refrigeration system – in a warm climate, no less. In the cover story of the latest edition of Accelerate America, the company’s Susan Sollenberger and Wayne Rosa explain Food Lion’s journey.
Target, Whole Foods, Sobeys and Ahold USA will be among those offering insights on sustainable refrigeration and store energy savings amid a period of rapid transition in North America.