Over 100 manufacturers, retailers, contractors and consultants gathered in the Italian city of Padova last week to hear how new developments in ejector technology are improving the performance of CO2 refrigeration systems in warm climates.
R744.com: What is the status of refrigeration units for warm ambient temperatures?Sergio Girotto: We’ve been producing refrigeration units specially designed for high demanding environments since 2013, and they are now available as standard products. During the past months, July and August, in some areas of Italy, but also in other countries, ambient temperatures reached peaks of…
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
The continually diminishing CO2 efficiency equator was a hot topic at ATMOsphere Europe 2015. Several system manufacturers presented the methods by which CO2 transcritical system efficiency can be improved, with ejector technology taking the spotlight. According the several presenters the end of the so-called “CO2 equator” is in sight. + VIDEO
Efficient CO2 refrigerant solutions for warm ambient temperatures was a key topic of discussion at the Gustav Lorentzen 2014 (GL 2014) Conference on Natural refrigerants, which took place from 31 August to 2 September 2014 in Hangzhou, China. R744.com, a silver sponsor of GL 2014 together with market development company shecco, reports on the latest technological developments and research into expanding the use of CO2 transcritical to southern climates, which represent a si