diagram-550UK: With the pressure on to find replacements for high GWP refrigerants like R404A, a seminar on the latest developments in CO2 transcritical refrigeration is timely.

Next Thursday, January 23, the recently formed National Centre for Sustainable Energy Use in Food Chains (CSEF) and GEA Searle are hosting a seminar on the subject at Brunel University, Uxbridge, Middlesex.

The seminar New Developments in CO2 Transcritical Refrigeration includes talks from a number of experts on the subject

CSEF is a partnership between Brunel, Birmingham and Manchester Universities and a number of industrial supporters including GEA Searle. It has received substantial funding from Research Councils UK to establish a unique cross-disciplinary hub of engineers, natural and social scientists as well as industry experts to develop energy-efficient food manufacturing, distribution and retail systems to support companies in achieving their short, mid and long term CO2 emission reduction targets.

Further information from the Brunel University website

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