At the Food Marketing Institute’s Energy & Store Development Conference in New Orleans on Sunday, Danfoss introduced an ejector for transcritical CO2 booster systems to the North American food retail market.
The ATMOsphere America Review Panel has announced the first case study selection for ATMOsphere America 2016, which will be held on 16 & 17 June in Chicago.
Danfoss’ CO2 technology for warm ambient climates is heralding the end of the so-called ‘CO2 equator’. But the company’s segment strategy manager Anders Juul doesn’t want to keep this technology a secret.
Enex has been actively developing solutions to increase CO2 system efficiency in warm ambient climates like Spain and Italy. Using parallel compression and ejectors in unison, the company has realised significant efficiency gains and cost (first cost + energy cost) reductions. With more than 60 units installed with auxiliary compressors and more than 20 units using ejectors, the company’s accumulated data proves the energy savings of Enjector® technology can be as
R744 innovations from Japan Part 2: integrated systems and improving CO2 system efficiency in warm climates
In part 2 of our reporting on the CO2 technology innovations discussed at ATMOsphere Asia 2015 we focus on the presentations from Carel, Bitzer, and Danfoss on integrated CO2 systems and technologies to increase the energy efficiency of CO2 in warm climates. These include more traditional systems such as mechanical subcooling and newer ones such as parallel compression and ejectors.