European retailers are showing how natural refrigerants can help them to adapt to changing consumer habits and reduce the environmental footprint of their stores. HVAC&R leaders from Australia and New Zealand were at EuroShop 2017 to learn from their European counterparts.
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.
Natural refrigerant CO2 was discussed extensively at AIRAH’s Refrigeration 2017 conference. Watch our coverage here!
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.
Australian gourmet food firm F. Mayer Imports has commissioned a transcritical CO2 plant with ammonia chillers.
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.
The Université des Mascareignes, a public university in Mauritius, has started to provide CO2 training for contractors and students on its premises.