Refrigerant manufacturer Chemours has broken ground on a new R1234yf production facility at its Corpus Christi plant in Ingleside, Texas.
New OzonAction Multimedia Video Application: Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Technician Video Series
OzonAction has launched an exciting new application which hosts series of short instructional videos on techniques, safety and best practice for refrigeration and airconditioning technicians.
The global manufacturer of hermetic compressors for refrigeration says HFC units may become unfeasible for large-scale production in the near future.
On Oct. 15, 2016, representatives from more than 170 countries met in Kigali, Rwanda, and agreed to a legally binding accord under the Montreal Protocol to reduce worldwide use of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs).
Stephen Yurek, president and CEO of the Air-Conditioning, Heating, & Refrigeration Institute (AHRI), recently discussed the Kigali Agreement and some of the effects it may have on the HVACR industry.
The must-attend conference of the year will take place on 20 February in Tokyo, right after the Supermarket Trade Show.
This safety alert concerns Class 2.1 Flammable refrigerant gases and provides guidance to occupiers of premises on how to control the risk of fire and explosion from refrigeration and air-conditioning systems containing flammable refrigerants.
Efforts by the Asian giant to reduce HCFC and HFC consumption will move the global HVAC&R market, according to the European Commission.
The Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol will help increase investment in natural refrigerant technologies, according to the French government.
Compressor manufacturer Bitzer has launched a horizontal oil separator designed to work with its ammonia screw compressors.
The 2016 editions of ASHRAE’s major refrigerants-related standards have been published as a package with 30 new refrigerants and refrigerant blends added.
Among the more than 75 educational sessions, many are related to natural refrigerant technologies.
The first round of case studies showcasing innovations for industry leaders has been selected for ATMOsphere Japan 2017.
Didier Coulomb, director-general of the International Institute of Refrigeration (IIR), argued at COP 22 that the refrigeration and air-conditioning sector can play a greater role in addressing climate change.
Hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) are the fastest growing source of greenhouse gases globally, but also one of the areas where climate-friendly, energy-efficient alternatives, such as natural refrigerants, are readily available for a growing number of applications. In 2014, the EU took regulatory action to limit the use of these gases through a combination of measures. The EU F-Gas Regulation, which entered into force in 2015, is rapidly changing the face of European industry and influencing markets beyond Europe’s borders.
German compressor manufacturer Bitzer has established a subsidiary company in Iran.
Two ammonia heat pumps from Star Renewable Energy have been shortlisted for awards in the UK.
CO2 Academy is the natural choice for training in transcritical CO2 technology. As a technicians it is not only essential to understand the technical aspects of CO2 technology, but also to acquire the relevant communication skills.
CO2 Academy is the natural choice for training in transcritical CO2 technology. As a engineer it is not only essential to understand the technical aspects of CO2 technology, but also to acquire the relevant communication skills.
The EU’s ‘Winter Package’ of climate legislation, tabled yesterday, proposes to increase energy efficiency by 30% by 2030 in an effort to cut emissions and meet Europe’s obligations laid out in the Paris Agreement.
In mobile air conditioners, the performance and environmental benefits of using R290 surpass R22, research has found.