ATMOsphere Japan 2017 demonstrated how businesses large and small are harnessing natural refrigerant-based systems to deliver economic benefits, address climate change and show environmental responsibility.
The 20th European Cold Chain Conference, taking place on 8-10 March 2017, in Brussels will have a strong focus on this refrigerant.
The new Albert Heijn XL superstore in Purmerend uses natural refrigerants for all its cooling needs.
The ExV-Z series will extend Italian manufacturer CAREL’s line of expansion valves and can be used with CO2 as the refrigerant.
Participants in the first-ever ATMOsphere Japan conference heard how times are getting tougher for HFCs, creating new opportunities for natural refrigerants – and particularly CO2.
The new CO2OLtec Evo system includes newly-developed adjustable modulating ejector technology.
By using natural refrigerants and an increase in energy efficiency, the global warming impact of data-centre cooling systems can be reduced to ‘virtually zero’, an Ecofys report found.