Mitsubishi Heavy Industries’ new HCCV1001 CO2 condensing unit is on display for the first time at the International Food Machinery & Technology Exhibition (FOOMA Japan 2017) in Tokyo, Japan.
The AHRI’s Technology Institute has issued its first report from its ongoing $5.2m flammable refrigerant test programme.
Natural refrigerant systems supplied by Hillphoenix are said to have helped retailer Aldi achieve Platinum GreenChill certification in 32 US stores to date.
Lower GWP refrigerant R452A has been specified in trials of two new Carrier Transicold engineless transport refrigeration systems.
Whole Foods, Target, Hannaford Supermarkets and even the US Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) have ramped up their natref use.
True Manufacturing, Novum and AHT Cooling Systems are adopting 100% hydrocarbons across their product lines.
Danfoss’ transcritical CO2 mobile training unit is currently being exhibited at ATMOsphere America 2017 in San Diego.
At ATMOsphere America 2017, Emerson announced it would conduct an energy assessment of transcritical CO2 technology at its Helix Innovation Center, based in Dayton, Ohio, in June.
Panelists pointed out safety advantages of low-charge systems for industrial applications on day two of ATMOsphere America in San Diego.
Global refrigeration company Heatcraft Worldwide Refrigeration’s network of trained technicians is helping to bring this natural refrigerant to stores across the United States.
The drive for energy efficiency will trigger increased uptake of natural refrigerant-based HVAC&R systems in the United States despite today’s challenging regulatory environment, heard participants in ATMOsphere America 2017.
As the move to low GWP refrigerants gathers pace, Trane has announced that its entire European portfolio of water-cooled XStream and air-cooled Sintesis chillers is now available using R1234ze.
Profroid says its new CO2-refrigerant-based QuietCO2OL condensing unit is aimed at helping smaller businesses reduce their carbon footprint, noise emissions and energy usage in a more serviceable package.
More pre-launch details have emerged of Daikin’s proposed new chillers using the low GWP refrigerant R1234ze.
The US manufacturers’ group AHRI insists that the US withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord will not change the HVACR industry’s commitment to energy efficiency and environmental stewardship.
Amongst a host of new products expected this year, Daikin has revealed that its Applied division will launch chillers using the HFO refrigerant R1234ze.
The Italian manufacturer explained how companies can realise 35% energy savings by using this technology.
If supermarkets use a heat pump to sell the excess heat back to the district-heating network they can substantially reduce costs and emissions by up to 40%.
In the light commercial compressor manufacturer’s latest report they mention four innovation aspects they consider when developing new technologies among them is natural refrigerants.
Daikin UK has released dates and details for its next round of R32 training courses.