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March 13, 2017
Future Market Insights (FMI) delivers key insights on the commercial refrigeration systems market in its latest report titled, “Commercial Refrigeration System Market: U.S. Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment, 2015-2025.” According to the report, the U.S. commercial refrigeration systems market is projected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.2 percent in terms of value over the forecast period.
Company’s position includes approvals for HC and HFO refrigerants
March 1, 2017
In follow-up to the document that Tecumseh issued in January 2016 regarding recommended refrigerants, the company says it is making the required changes to its compressors and condensing units in order to meet the performance, reliability and safety requirements for use with alternatives to R-404A and R-134a refrigerants.
The Green Tech Line of refrigeration and air conditioning components is designed for use with natural refrigerants R-290 (propane), R-600a (isobutane), and R-744 (CO2). These high-quality, hydrocarbon (HC) and CO2-ready system components include valves, controllers, transducers, filter driers, and microchannel heat exchangers.
The new facility will triple the company’s capacity
February 15, 2017
The Chemours Co., a global chemistry company in titanium technologies, fluoroproducts, and chemical solutions, announced that it has broken ground on a new HFO-1234yf production facility. The new facility, located at the Chemours Corpus Christi plant in Ingleside, Texas, will triple the company’s capacity for its HFO-1234yf-based-products, which are low-global warming potential (GWP) and better for the environment.
The first point to understand about refrigeration theory is that heat is energy, and it can be made to move. If enough heat is removed from a glass of water, the water will freeze to ice. When that heat is allowed to move back into the ice, the ice will melt.
Make way for the new class of refrigerants that await its entry in the global commercial markets. These are not the generic class of compounds that have been haunting the dreams and discussions of active environmental activists and forums respectively. When the world is out on the hunt for fresh additions to the list of already known refrigerants in the market, their approach is fixated to a singular point of product development — aim at coolants with low-global warming potential (GWP).