Austrian company AHT already has over one million propane-based food and beverage retail cabinets in operation worldwide.
Michael Nagler, business development manager for CO2 applications at GEA, believes that new regulation in Germany will drive the market.
Alessandro Franchin, export area manager at SCM Frigo, reports growing demand in southern European markets as CO2 refrigeration technology develops.
R514A, the low GWP refrigerant replacement for R123, has been added to Bacharach’s library of detectable gases.
Whatever the climate, the CO2OLtechEvoTM offers substantial energy savings for supermarkets, warehouses and process cooling.
Retrofitting the cooling system at grocery delivery service Verscentrum Nederland’s (VCN) facility led to huge energy savings in winter.
Carrier’s latest transcritical CO2 refrigeration system – CO2OLtech Evo – features the newly developed adjustable modulating vapour ejector technology.
SANDEN Environmental Solutions is integrating CO2 refrigeration units into cabinets built by Hauser, Arneg and TEKO.
Italian multinational CAREL believes natural refrigerants will continue to play a central role in making the European food retail sector more sustainable.
Swiss OEM’s R290 and R600a refrigerators and freezers meet new ENERGY Star 4.0 efficiency standard.
Multinational beverage giants like Unilever, Pepsi and the Coca-Cola Company are driving Ugur to supply propane cabinets throughout the world.
The low-charge units, using only 1 lb./TR of NH3, provide air conditioning at about 10 warehouses.
But the company is finding slow uptake in the U.S. as customers don’t see a sufficient number of trained propane technicians.
Italian water vending machine and water cooler manufacturer Blupura expects to grow by 43% in 2017 – largely thanks to its commitment to future-proof natural refrigerants.
The vending division of Sanden Europe is pushing its climate-friendly products to customers at Vending Paris this week.
A new paper released today by EPEE and ventilation group EVIA attempts to predict the HVAC and refrigeration needs of future generations.
The global family-run business presented new hydrocarbon stand-alone cabinets aimed at the commercial market.
EPTA has designed a transcritical CO2 refrigeration system that is said to offer energy savings in all climates, along with lower installation and maintenance costs.
The integrated solution is designed to provide affordable cooling for small businesses.
The ROXSTAcube integral concept provides cooling, heating and air-conditioning for small retail stores.