Patton also cites lack of training on digital systems.
Transcritical systems in Suzhou and Wuxi are being used to meet the increasing demand for natural refrigerant-based systems in the country.
Training video accompanies the 2HP model (OCU-CR200VF5), and the 10HP model (OCU-CR1000VF8).
The new courses cover ammonia, CO2, and how heat pumps can be used to increase energy efficiency.
The companies hope better education will help alleviate the lack of qualified refrigeration personnel.
Hillphoenix trains both contractors and technicians as Florida chain ramps up CO2 installations.
The company is aiming to push its CO2 technology into all market segments.
The firm, one of Australia’s leading commercial refrigeration contractors, made the announcement at the ATMOsphere Australia conference, held on 8-9 May in Melbourne.