Japanese OEM Mayekawa is exhibiting its growing range of natural refrigerant-based equipment at HVAC&R Japan 2022.
The air-source Heat2O is said to deliver a COP up to 4.11.
Mayekawa, known for its NH3/CO2 cooling systems, is catching up with competitors in the CO2 refrigeration market.
Mayekawa’s “Copel” CO2 transcritical condensing unit, first announced in 2019, made its debut at this year’s FOOMA Japan 2021 exhibition.
The online page features Mayekawa’s CO2 systems which it will be exhibiting at the upcoming FOOMA Japan 2021 exhibition.
Lync’s air- and water-source models are among the few such CO2 water heaters in North America.
By the end of March, the company will have eliminated all HCFCs, using ammonia and CO2 systems instead.
The winners in food retail and industrial, and industry contribution, were announced at ATMOsphere Japan.
Tamayo Marukawa, a current member of the Japanese Parliament, is set to join the online event on February 15.
Five of the low-charge packaged systems were installed in July at a new cold storage center in western Sydney.