The Danish Technological Institute (DTI) supplies complete CO2 training courses combining theory and most importantly hands-on training. Denmark continues to lead Europe in CO2 transcritical store installations and DTI is well placed to ensure refrigeration professionals keep up with the highly evolved market.
Danish company Advansor is showing how CO2 transcritical technology can be rolled out across the world and in all climates. To mark the firm’s 10th anniversary, Accelerate Europe spoke to founder and managing director Kim G. Christensen about their journey so far and his vision for the next 10 years.
Danish heating and cooling system manufacturer Advansor’s decision to limit its portfolio to CO2 applications allowed the company to simplify its product range and focus on becoming a leading player in the food retail market, outgoing commercial product director and co-founder Torben Hansen told Accelerate Europe in an exclusive interview.
According to a new report by Carrier Commercial Refrigeration almost two-thirds of large supermarkets from North and West European countries now use natural refrigerants in their stores, a trend driven by company-wide sustainability policies, and one that is outpacing EU legislation. The study, developed in partnership with market development company shecco, seeks to provide a clear picture of the key drivers for and against the adoption of sustainable refrigeration and refrigerant options.
DTI at Gustav Lorentzen 2014: can ice storage and Vortex Flow Sensors improve CO2 system efficiency?
The Danish Technological Institute (DTI) presented two papers on topics related to CO2 refrigeration systems at the 2014 Gustav Lorentzen Conference on Natural Refrigerants held in China from 31 August – 2 September. In the first presentation, ice storage for a transcritical refrigeration system is suggested in order to achieve greater energy savings in warmer climates, and flexible power consumption.