Responding to growing demand for small-scale solutions, Mayekawa and Mitsubishi have begun promoting scaled-down versions of their packaged refrigeration systems at the International Food Machinery & Technology Exhibition (FOOMA Japan 2017) in Tokyo, Japan.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries’ new HCCV1001 CO2 condensing unit is on display for the first time at the International Food Machinery & Technology Exhibition (FOOMA Japan 2017) in Tokyo, Japan.
CO2 is increasingly making inroads in industrial applications, according to industry experts attending ATMOsphere Australia 2017, held last week in Sydney, Australia.
Participants in the first-ever ATMOsphere Japan conference heard how times are getting tougher for HFCs, creating new opportunities for natural refrigerants – and particularly CO2.
Market leaders Lawson and AEON are continuing with their ambitious natural refrigerant adoption plans despite the discontinuation of a Japanese Ministry of Environment subsidy for retailers in the fiscal year 2017.
The ATMOsphere Review Panel has selected new case studies from Bitzer, McAlpine Hussmann, Woolworths Engineering Services, AJ Baker & Sons, MHI Australia and Mayekawa Australia to be presented at ATMOsphere Australia 2017.
Here at R744.com, as we head home to friends and family and look forward to 2017, naturally (pun intended!) it’s time to relive the highlights of the past year.
The Japanese multinatonal will offer a 10 HP system to the commercial refrigeration sector next April.
Japan remains the world leader by far in terms of using natural refrigerants for domestic water heating, while the number of CO2 heat pumps is growing by hundreds of thousands of units annually, new data shows.