Cora Young of York University shares TFA research findings at ATMOsphere America
Cooling of the Large Hadron Collider’s tracking detectors will be based on a two-stage R744 booster system, with a secondary pumped CO2 loop.
HFO-1234ze, marketed as a replacement refrigerant for HFCs, could produce significant amounts of an HFC with a GWP of more than 12,000, the study says.
TU Braunschweig is using a new ejector test rig that enables it to thoroughly assess the operating behavior of ejectors in transcritical CO2 refrigeration systems.
MKK will “borrow” compressor expert Schlemminger to work on its high-ambient-temperature systems.
Carel’s free white paper brings together the results of years of research into the efficiency of natural refrigerant systems.
Test shows that enhanced R744 technology can compete with traditional single-temperature R404A container up to 50°C.
Professor Pega Hrnjak highlighted cost effectiveness and availability of components as key challenges for the CO2 industry during GL2020.
The EU-funded MultiPACK project is testing the performance of cooling/heating CO2 solutions in supermarkets and other buildings.
Part 2 of the three-part World Guide analyzes the transcritical CO2 market and includes insight into convenience store and commercial applications.