Supermarkets are expected to favor transcritical CO2 over R290 self-contained cases, while convenience/small stores are expected to prefer R290 cases.
The webinar will share findings from the complete version of the ‘World Guide to Transcritical CO2 Refrigeration.’
Part 2 of the three-part World Guide analyzes the transcritical CO2 market and includes insight into convenience store and commercial applications.
The deadline for the survey has been extended to April 30. If you haven’t taken the survey yet, find it here.
The first of three parts outlines key characteristics of CO2 as a refrigerant and looks at installation examples around the world.
Natural refrigerant CO2 is becoming more popular in transcritical systems in both food retail and industrial applications, heard participants in a sheccoBase webinar about shecco’s upcoming publication ‘World Guide to CO2 Transcritical Refrigeration’.