Leading compressor maker Bitzer sees huge potential to expand its position in the Japanese market, Ferdinand Spannan, managing director of Bitzer Japan, told R744.com in an exclusive interview on the occasion of the ATMOsphere Asia conference in Tokyo.
Natural refrigerants are creating new opportunities for data centre cooling as hyperscale data centres change the market for precision cooling.
For the first time the German Institute for Standardisation (DIN) has released standards relating to R744 components and MAC systems. Four of the 20 standards are yet to be completed, while 16 have now been published, prompting the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA) to strongly supported the move.
Regie des transport de Marseille (RTM) is moving to phase out R134a in its mobile air conditioning, running tests using CO2 on two of its new buses in 2015. German manufacturer Konvekta is now bringing its proven MAC technology from the domestic market and Poland, to France.
Edeka Kusenberg is equipped with a transcritical CO2 refrigeration system with heat reclaim and innovative freezers to save energy and enhance the shopping experience.
As the worldwide market for CO2 (R744) technologies continues to develop, gaining ground in new application areas within Europe and picking-up momentum in food retail in North America, R744.com is pleased to announce its Partnership with more and more leading CO2 heating and cooling technology providers, including compact Kältetechnik GmbH. R744.com provides an online platform for suppliers, end-users, consultants, academics and policy makers to connect and learn about
Revised criteria for the “Blauer Engel” (Blue Angel) label will require data centres with cooling demands higher than 50 kW to use natural refrigerant-based cooling systems or systems that do not require refrigerant.
Trends and experiences with climate-friendly natural refrigeration technology outside the United States
On Thursday 19 February 2015, Green Chill organised a webinar on natural refrigerants led by Nina Masson, Deputy Managing Director of market development company shecco. In addition to providing information on select companies’ use of certain refrigeration system types, Masson provided an update on refrigeration technology trends in different countries and regions, saying that there could be up to 64,000 CO2 transcritical stores in Europe by 2025, and over 750 in Japan.&nbs
The ROXSTA CO2 rack is the latest edition to TEKO’s line of advanced technology using natural refrigerants. Since 2006, TEKO has installed more than 1,100 CO2 racks with the next generation ROXSTA part of the company’s environmental evolution.