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Articles Tagged with ''natural refrigerants''
Danfoss highlighted the sustainability benefits of CO2 refrigeration systems in supermarket applications during a presentation at ATMOsphere America 2014 in San Francisco. ATMOsphere America convened industry leaders to discuss the latest technologies, market trends, and regulatory issues in the field of natural refrigerants.
ASHRAE has announced that its new 2014 ASHRAE Handbook—Refrigeration is now available. The new volume includes information on cooling, freezing, and storing food; industrial applications of refrigeration; and low-temperature refrigeration.
The IIAR Industrial Refrigeration Conference and Heavy Equipment Show featured messages from industry experts, a former astronaut, and an official with the Department of Homeland Security.
The Coca-Cola Co. announced that it has installed its 1 millionth hydrofluorocarbon (HFC)-free cooler using natural refrigerant. Together with its bottling partners, the Coca-Cola system has established a goal that all new cold-drink equipment will be HFC-free by 2015.
As consensus builds for a European agreement on regulating emissions of f-gases, Shecco has launched its newest publication, the “GUIDE+: HFC Taxes & Fiscal Incentives for Natural Refrigerants in Europe.”
Diversified Pure Chem offers competitive pricing on a variety of ARI-700 refrigerants, including R-22, R-410A, and R-134a, as well as UL-classified natural refrigerants. Volume pricing is available and licensed professionals may also purchase products through the company’s website.
Danfoss’ periodic EnVisioneering symposia look at a wide range of HVACR issues and topics. For its most recent event this past fall in Baltimore, the focus was on refrigeration, both in terms of regulations and the latest in technology.