Advansor’s first CO2 transcritical system in Australia – in a United Food Express warehouse in Keysborough – was successfully commissioned yesterday.
Danfoss’ CO2 Mobile Training Unit is now heading to Australia and New Zealand to help local communities improve their competency with CO2-based HVAC&R technologies.
On 16 May retail giant Woolworths opened its first transcritical CO2 store, in Colebee, New South Wales. Designed for ambient temperatures of up to 45°C, fitting the robust system has helped to train local HVAC&R talent along the way, laying the foundations for future growth of natural refrigerant-based HVAC&R systems in Australia.
Accelerate Australia & NZ spoke to SCM Frigo Technical Director Mirko Bernabei and Key Account Manager Anna Stella about the company’s small format CO2 condensing units coming to Australia and growing interest in CO2 from end users.
Bitzer will hold the Technical Roadshow event this July in Sydney and Melbourne, Australia and in Auckland, New Zealand.
Transcritical CO2 systems are set to proliferate in the Australian commercial sector, according to food retailers, system suppliers and leading overseas manufacturers who attended ATMOsphere Australia last week.
Counting on a successful history of cooperation, AJ Baker and EPTA are looking for further expansion of CO2 in Australia with Epta’s new Full Transcritical Efficiency designed for warm climates.
The ATMOsphere Review Panel has selected new speakers from SCM Frigo, CAREL Australia, Emerson, CRS, KAV Consulting and Kawasaki Heavy Industries to be presented at ATMOsphere Australia 2017.
The ATMOsphere Review Panel has selected new case studies from Bitzer, McAlpine Hussmann, Woolworths Engineering Services, AJ Baker & Sons, MHI Australia and Mayekawa Australia to be presented at ATMOsphere Australia 2017.