The 2018 AHR Expo (short for International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition) – held Jan. 22-24, 2018 at McCormick Place, Chicago, concurrently with ASHRAE’s Winter Conference – is one of the largest HVAC&R trade shows in the world.

Now in its 88th year, the AHR Expo, co-sponsored by ASHRAE and AHRI, it attracted more than 65,000 attendees, including contractors, engineers, facility managers, distributors, OEMs and other HVACR industry professionals.Watch our video coverage of the Expo below!

Plans to install a CO2 heat pumps for district heating in Alaska

Andy Baker, Your Clean Energy, is interviewed by Michael Garry, editor of Accelerate America, at AHR Expo on his upcoming plans to install CO2 heat pumps from Mayekawa in district heating plants in Seward, Alaska.

Schneider optimises its controls for R290, CO2 in U.S.

Jacky Terrand, ‎HVAC & Eliwell USA V.P. – ‎Schneider Electric, explains how the company’s controls are now optimised for use with the natural refrigerants propane and CO2 at AHR.

Sanden installing CO2 heat pumps in U.S. households

At the 2018 AHR Expo in Chicago John Miles of Sanden International is interviewed by shecco CEO Marc Chasserot on the heat pump market in the U.S.

Sanden sees opportunities for CO2 heat pumps in U.S.

At the Expo in Chicago, John Miles of Sanden International explains how the company’s CO2 transcritical heat pumps can gain market share in the United States.

CAREL’s HEOS Sistema now available for R290 & CO2 in U.S.

Brandon Marshall, CAREL, explains at AHR how U.S. customers can gain efficiencies from using the company’s HEOS Sistema.

CAREL bringing its CO2 ejector to U.S.

Brandon Marshall, CAREL, explains how U.S. customers can gain efficiencies from using the company’s Emj CO2 ejector during the Expo.

Refrigera presents new high-pressure CO2 valves

Gabriele Bertossi, Refrigera Industriale S.r.l.’s export area manager, explains how the company is bringing CO2 valves that can withstand high pressures to the U.S. at AHR.

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