CO2 system efficiency

R744 innovations from Japan Part 2: integrated systems and improving CO2 system efficiency in warm climates

In part 2 of our reporting on the CO2 technology innovations discussed at ATMOsphere Asia 2015 we focus on the presentations from Carel, Bitzer, and Danfoss on integrated CO2 systems and technologies to increase the energy efficiency of CO2 in warm climates. These include more traditional systems such as mechanical subcooling and newer ones such as parallel compression and ejectors.

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TINE Dairy Heat Pump

TINE Dairy’s adoption of a CO2 heat pump water heater sees significant energy gains

The use of CO2 as a refrigerant is becoming increasingly widespread in food processing industries, and is beginning to make inroads in industrial heat pump applications. TINE Dairy, which is Norway’s largest producer, distributor and exporter of dairy products, is committed to upholding its sustainable profile and strives to keep up to date with the most climate friendly and energy efficient technologies. With this in mind, TINE’s factory close to the city of Trondheim in

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Supermarket Tradeshow

49th Supermarket Tradeshow: first rack-type CO2 booster system installed by Japanese retailer

In part two of our reporting from the 49th Supermarket Tradeshow (SMTS), which took place from 10-12 February 2015 in Tokyo, Japan, R744.com reports on the first rack-type CO2 transcritical booster system installation, a collaborative project between Japanese showcase manufacturer Fukushima Industries and system manufacturer Nihon Netsugen Systems.

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natural refrigeration technology

Trends and experiences with climate-friendly natural refrigeration technology outside the United States

On Thursday 19 February 2015, Green Chill organised a webinar on natural refrigerants led by Nina Masson, Deputy Managing Director of market development company shecco. In addition to providing information on select companies’ use of certain refrigeration system types, Masson provided an update on refrigeration technology trends in different countries and regions, saying that there could be up to 64,000 CO2 transcritical stores in Europe by 2025, and over 750 in Japan.&nbs

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