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ATMO America: Integrated Glycol Loop Yields ‘Superior’ Results with Transcritical CO2 in Canada Stores
The integrated supermarket system, providing subcooling and hot domestic water, needed 13.8% less cooling horsepower than a similar system without a glycol loop.
Since installing its first transcritical CO2 system in a Canadian supermarket in 2013, the contractor has continued to roll out the climate-friendly system in new and remodeled stores across Canada.
The guide describes how to reduce the environmental impact of data centers while also reducing cooling costs and improving processes.
Amazon Fresh CO2 store will try to become the first store to receive zero-carbon certification from the International Living Future Institute.
Emblem Cranberry’s CO2 system encompasses nine racks supplying 1,500 TR of capacity
Cora Young of York University shares TFA research findings at ATMOsphere America
The new energy-efficient CO2 system, an Eco Chill solution from Canadian contractor Cimco, replaces a R22 system from 1994.
The ozone protection association will add low-GWP refrigerants training to its portfolio of training services.