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GUIDE China: odds stacked in favour of natural refrigerants in light commercial sector

shecco’s recently published GUIDE to Natural Refrigerants in China – State of the Industry 2015 outlined a clear business case for the use of natural refrigerants in China’s present and future light commercial refrigeration sector. With large consumer brands already placing over 750,000 pieces of light commercial equipment in China, increasing the availability of training, there is a clear momentum driving the market forward.

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Danfoss exclusive interview says numbers of NH3/CO2 projects in China will double in 2015

At China Refrigeration 2015 in Shanghai, ammonia21.com interviewed Danfoss’ Carsten Dahlgaard, Industrial Refrigeration Global Marketing Director to find out more about the opportunities and challenges facing NH3/CO2 systems in the fast growing Chinese cold chain. China is the Danfoss’ second largest market after Europe, and is where the company manufactures 50% of their industrial refrigeration products.

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China Refrigeration 2015: strong growth in CO2 solutions

At China Refrigeration 2015, which gathered over 60,000 visitors and 1,000 exhibitors from across the world, CO2 products were showcased for a variety of applications for both heating and refrigeration. For commercial refrigeration applications, R744.com partners such as Carrier, CAREL, Panasonic, Dorin, SANDEN and Castel, as well as others demonstrated their CO2 know-how.

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First ATMOsphere Network Shanghai suggests natural refrigerants in China are here to stay!

On 7 April, on the eve of China Refrigeration 2015, one of the largest trade shows in the HVAC&R industry shecco organised the first ever ATMOsphere Network Shanghai. Supported by Danfoss and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI), the event gathered over 60 experts from industry, research institutions and government, who gathered to discuss the latest natural refrigerant trends in the world’s largest HVAC&R market. The event also featured a preview of the upcoming bilingual English-Chi

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