Biaggini’s system is one of the first of its kind to use CO2 as the refrigerant in dual-duty air conditioning/heating system, the company said.
The Temprite tradition of innovation continues with energy-efficient coalescent and conventional oil separators for every type of refrigerant.
The Temprite 130 Series of coalescent oil separators is designed specifically for transcritical CO2 systems. Temprite products are engineered and manufactured to enable improved refrigeration system thermal efficiency by minimizing oil and dirt in the system’s evaporator.
This results in shorter compressor run times, reducing carbon emissions and energy consumption and providing the highest possible return on investment. Temprite products are the solution to rising energy costs, longer system life and reduced carbon emissions.
The hybrid event, scheduled for October 13-14, is accepting case study abstracts until July 31.
The 10th edition of the event returns to the U.S. capital to engage with refrigerant regulators.
Chateraise purchased the transcritical system from Miyazawa, which signed an exclusive sales agreement with SCM Frigo last year.