Participants gathered in Chicago for the biggest ever ATMOsphere America are hearing how competition between CO2, hydrocarbons and ammonia is creating exciting new opportunities and driving increased uptake of natural refrigerant-based technologies in the United States.
The new online tool will help customers evaluate CO2 components and compatible accessories for optimal system design when making the move to CO2 refrigeration systems.
Free cooling is just one of the many advantages of CO2 cooling units for server rooms, Carnot’s Marc-André Lesmerises told Accelerate America magazine in an exclusive interview.
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.
The ATMOsphere America Review Panel has announced the first case study selection for ATMOsphere America 2016, which will be held on 16 & 17 June in Chicago.
Japanese conglomerate Panasonic Corp. is eyeing a rollout of natural refrigerant technology in the United States and beyond, the company’s president, Tetsuro Homma, told Accelerate America magazine.
At the IIAR Conference and Exhibition, the manifold industrial refrigeration components on display addressed low-charge, safety, efficiency, space saving and more.