Webinar to present advanced CO2 systems
In the first of a new series dubbed #WebinarWednesday, Danfoss will present Advanced CO2 systems – a global approach and US trends. This will update participants about evolving US food retail trends, changing regulations for supermarket refrigerants, and the latest technology developments for CO2 systems such as boosters, parallel compression and ejectors.
“By adopting a simple reach-learn-share approach, we are sure #WebinarWednesday will become THE digital platform for showcasing natural refrigerant products, trends, technologies or projects,” commented Shecco’s chief market development officer Nina Masson.
“It will bridge geographic and time zones, bringing together in real time the people who should be talking to each other for next-generation heating, refrigeration and air-conditioning,” she added.
This first webinar is scheduled for May 18 at 12pm EST (9am PST, 6pm CET). Interested parties are welcome to register for #WebinarWednesday alerts on the website, to be kept informed regarding registration details and how to join the debate: www.webinarwednesday.net, or directly through this registration link.
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UK: A cascade refrigeration system twinning CO2 with the HFO refrigerant 1234ze has been named as Retail Energy Project of the Year in last week’s Energy Awards in London.
UK: Industrial refrigeration contractor Stonegrove Refrigeration has appointed Steve Gowing as design and project engineer.
UK: Javac UK, the refrigerant recovery and vacuum pump supplier, has been named as Climate Centers’ Supplier of the Year for the second year running.
USA: Refrigerant manufacturers have appealed against the US International Trade Commission decision not to apply antidumping duties on imports of HFC components from China.
EUROPE: The European Commission has warned that the uptake of training in alternative refrigerants is too low to match the requirements of the F-gas phase down.
SOLOMON ISLANDS: Customs authorities in the Solomon Islands have reported their second seizure of the illegal CFC refrigerant R12 this year.
IRAN: German compressor manufacturer Bitzer has established a subsidiary company in Iran.