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Awareness of HFC-Free Refrigeration Systems Increase

FOOMA Japan 2017: Food manufacturers seek NatRef solutions R744, June 16,2017 As awareness of HFC-free refrigeration systems among industrial food manufacturers in Japan increases, companies like Mayekawa and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Thermal Systems Co. Ltd (MHI) are responding by expanding their product line-ups.The NewTon CH system, on display at the FOOMA Japan 2017 exhibition, is […]

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Low-Charge Ammonia Systems for Industrial Applications Praised

Low-charge ammonia’s benefits praised by end users and contractor Ammonia21, Jun 07, 2017 Panelists praised the benefits of low-charge ammonia systems for industrial applications while describing several ways of managing safety and maintenance on day two of ATMOsphere America in San Diego. Michael Lynch, vice-president of engineering, United States Cold Storage (USCS), talked about the lessons […]

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EMC Compressor Reduces of CO2 Emissions

Embraco’s EMC Compressor Demonstrates Unprecedented Levels of Energy Efficiency HVAC Insider, June 15, 2017 Embraco, one of the largest manufacturers of hermetic compressors and cooling solutions for refrigeration, is presenting a case study on the EMC Compressor, an industry-leading and environmentally friendly compressor that uses natural refrigerant R290, at ATMOsphere America. ATMOsphere America is a […]

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A CO2-Based Cooling Solution for the Fishing Industry

Advansor enters CO2 fishing race R744, April 19, 2017 According to Advansor, of the 4.7 million small and medium-sized fishing vessels currently active worldwide, approximately 80% use climate-damaging refrigerant R22. The Danish firm and other companies are teaming up with UNIDO and the Danish Technological Institute (DTI) in a joint working group to develop a […]

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Sustainability in Space-Cooling Solutions

Max Ma, ERS, for Zondits Delivering space-cooling solutions has always been a constant balancing act between effectiveness, energy efficiency, and costs. The Advanced Cooling Challenge, launched during the Clean Energy Ministerial in June in San Francisco, further encourages major industry players to “deliver that cooling sustainably to more people.” Now another facet of sustainability – […]

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Environmental Regulations Innovate Refrigeration Design

Case History: Safer, Eco-Friendly System for Food Cooling Food Processing, October 26, 2015. Image credit: Sonny W. Cooling system designs in the food and beverage market are undergoing rapid change, mainly due to environmental regulations. Processors are trying to reduce refrigerant charge or to eliminate certain types of refrigerants completely, especially ones that can endanger workers […]