Systemes LMP CO2

Systemes LMP installs CRYSTAL CO2 unit at Canadian ice arena

R744 technology innovator Systemes LMP has created a CO2 system for artificial cooling of ice slabs called the “CRYSTAL”, already installed at an ice arena in Canada. The CRYSTAL is a multi-compressor unit with an operating capacity of 30 to 140t ideal for new constructions of ice rinks under renovation. Thanks to its state-of-the-art design, the unit features total heat recovery of the compressors, which can be used for commercial space heating, hot water, mechanical room.

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Seafood Expo

CO2 and hydrocarbons catching on at Seafood Expo Global 2015

At the Seafood Expo Global in Brussels from April 20-22, German manufacturer Ziegra showcased its industrial and commercial ice machines using CO2 and hydrocarbons respectively, but questioned the 150-gram charge limit leaving a gap in their product range. Working with Skaginn, Icelandic manufacturer FROST, who traditionally use ammonia in their refrigeration systems for fish processing, are also looking into CO2 as a viable industrial solution.

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compact Kältetechnik

R744.com welcomes compact Kältetechnik as a Bronze Partner

As the worldwide market for CO2 (R744) technologies continues to develop, gaining ground in new application areas within Europe and picking-up momentum in food retail in North America, R744.com is pleased to announce its Partnership with more and more leading CO2 heating and cooling technology providers, including compact Kältetechnik GmbH. R744.com provides an online platform for suppliers, end-users, consultants, academics and policy makers to connect and learn about

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ATMOsphere Europe

ATMOsphere Europe 2015: industrial and transport CO2 refrigeration ‘firsts’ in Europe

2014 was an important year of ‘firsts’ for CO2 in terms of the refrigerant being applied in a wider range of applications in Europe, including transport, ice rinks, the HORECA food service sector, and more. The sixth annual ATMOsphere Europe 2015 conference heard from the technology providers and contractors of these projects, including Carrier Transicold, Green & Cool, Green Cooling, Thermo King and AF Consulting.

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ATMOsphere Europe

Responsible retailing strategies highlight CO2 cooling in the Mediterranean at ATMOsphere Europe

As climate change continues to permeate political and social dialogue, an increasing number of food retailers are working to green their corporate image and take the lead in engaging in more sustainable practices. Refrigeration consumes a considerable amount of energy and contributes substantially to greenhouse gas emissions. At ATMOsphere Europe 2015, supermarket giants Carrefour, Delhaize and SONAE MC discussed their use of lean, green, GHG-cutting refrigeration machines.

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Coca-Cola

Coke’s quest to reinvent refrigeration

During the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia, Greenpeace challenged Coca-Cola to stop using hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) gas as a refrigerant in its millions of vending machines and beverage coolers worldwide. The campaign worked, probably well beyond Greenpeace’s wildest dreams. Coca-Cola’s Tomas Ambrosetti and Steven Cousins explain how the Company’s number of HFC-free units installed worldwide has grown to 1.4 million in the feature interview of the 4th edition of Acceler

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Norwegian shipping

CO2 increasingly seen as a solution for the Norwegian shipping and cruise industry

Hurtigruten’s cruise liners allow tourists to discover the landscapes of Norway, as well as experience natural phenomena such as the northern lights and the midnight sun. However, like all transport and tourist activities, Hurtigruten’s operations have a direct influence on the environment. The company’s environmental policy therefore has an important role to play, and as part of their sustainability practices, Hurtigruten’s terminal in Bergen uses the natural refrigerant

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