Chemours is to partner with the National Hockey League (NHL) to identify sustainable alternatives for North American ice rinks, many of which are still operating on R22.
An ozone depleting CFC refrigerant, thought to be virtually extinct following Montreal Protocol phase outs, has mysteriously reappeared in increasing amounts in the atmosphere.
Early bird registration is now open for the 2018 EuroventSummit, the Eurovent association’s major gathering for key decision-makers in HVAC, process cooling, and cold chain technologies.
New air conditioning efficiency standards are needed if the world is to avoid an energy “cold crunch” from the growth in cooling demand in coming decades.
Scientists at the US Caloric Materials Consortium, CaloriCool, claim to be closer to producing a caloric refrigeration system that is markedly more efficient than current gas compression systems.
Star Refrigeration unveil new industrial CO2 Refrigeration Packages for smaller industrial applications
Specialist in the industry Star Refrigeration have announced the launch of their new Envi range of eco-friendly, industrial CO2 refrigeration packages to provide a long term solution for smaller scale industrial applications for temperature controlled storage, food and drink manufacturing, inline freezing and chilling, building services, industrial processes, data centres and leisure and ice applications.
The US air conditioning and refrigeration industry claims that the country’s failure to ratify the Kigali Amendment to phase down HFCs will lead to job losses and a decline in US exports.
Refrigerant supplier and reclaimer A-Gas has expanded its European influence with the acquisition of German company Arthur Friedrichs Kaeltemittel GmbH.
The UK government should reform the Renewable Heat Incentive to ensure heat pumps use lower GWP refrigerants, according to the Environmental Audit Committee.
Johnson Controls has opened a new state-of-the-art chiller research and development complex.
The European Parliament has given its final approval to the revised Energy Performance of Buildings Directive which aims for a low and zero-emission building stock by 2050.
Carrier’s air conditioning and refrigeration technologies are sharing centre stage at the new UTC Center for Intelligent Buildings in Florida, opened today.
Blackpool-based Green Cooling is now the exclusive UK & Ireland partner/distributor for a range of hydrocarbon water/glycol chillers.
Munters has launched a new energy efficient data centre dry cooling solution using indirect thermosyphon technology.
Bitzer has announced details of a new high efficiency scroll compressor for air conditioning and heat pump applications.
Introduced on 30 November 2016 by the European Commission, the ‘Clean Energy for All Europeans’ package is a set of legislative measures to support the clean energy transition in the European Union. Accelerate Europe explains in the latest issue how this will affect market for natural refrigerant based equipment.
One of the world’s largest breakfast cereal companies has chosen a CO2 refrigeration system to provide process cooling at a new cereal mill.
The Canadian Pacific Railway’s has ordered over 400 Thermo King refrigerated containers using the lower GWP refrigerant R452A.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries has introduced a commercial heat pump using the little-known lower GWP refrigerant R454C.
Star Refrigeration’s expertise in helping to create the ideal playing surface for Scotland’s recently opened National Curling Academy has been called on again for a planned £1.1m refurbishment of Edinburgh’s Murrayfield curling rink.