This is the second store worldwide with plans to employ Energy Recovery’s device, following a Vallarta supermarket in California.
The online event featured 19 webinars, which garnered more than 8,000 global views on multiple platforms and 52,000 impressions on social media.
The global online event, free to attend March 30-31, will cover key market and policy trends and new technologies using natural refrigerants.
With COVID safety measures, the HVAC&R trade show will feature R744 products from a number of manufacturers.
Vallarta Supermarkets will install Energy Recovery’s PX G1300 pressure-exchanger device at a store in Indio, California.
Energy Recovery’s pressure-exchanger system can boost the COP of a transcritical CO2 system by an estimated 40-60% at an ambient temperature of 90°F (32°C), the company says.
The California company’s pressure-exchanger device is designed to significantly improve the efficiency of transcritical CO2 refrigeration systems in high-ambient-temperature locations.
Energy Recovery, Inc., a San Leandro, California (U.S.)-based manufacturer of pressure-exchanger devices, is “very close” to marketing a pressure exchanger designed to significantly improve the efficiency of transcritical CO2 (R744) refrigeration systems in high-ambient-temperature locations. The transcritical CO2 pressure exchanger device, model PX G1300, uses high-pressure gas from the gas cooler to boost the pressure…