Wimbledon and Aermec match is love all
    27 May 2020

    Wimbledon and Aermec match is love all

    UK: While COVID-19 has stopped play at this year’s Wimbledon tennis tournament, it’s love all with Aermec’s air conditioning solutions.
    Carel offers Boss for smaller systems
    27 May 2020

    Carel offers Boss for smaller systems

    ITALY: Carel has introduced Boss micro, a new addition to its wi-fi enabled local supervisor system for refrigeration and air conditioning applications. 
    Carrier expands R1234ze chiller range
    20 May 2020

    Carrier expands R1234ze chiller range

    FRANCE:  Carrier has now announced the availability of its AquaForce 30XB/P-ZE air-cooled screw chillers with the low GWP HFO refrigerant R1234ze. 
    Fujitsu adds 20 new commercial air conditioners
    19 May 2020

    Fujitsu adds 20 new commercial air conditioners

    EUROPE: Fujitsu General has launched 20 new air conditioners to its available models in Europe as part of its efforts to bolster its commercial AC business outside Japan. 
    Panasonic adds more voice control languages
    17 May 2020

    Panasonic adds more voice control languages

    EUROPE: Panasonic has expanded voice control for its domestic air conditioners to include a number of additional European languages including Italian, Spanish, French and German. 
    Danfoss integrates refrigeration apps
    16 May 2020

    Danfoss integrates refrigeration apps

    DENMARK: Danfoss has integrated its Refrigerant Slider app with its Low-GWP Tool, Troubleshooter, and Spare Parts apps. 
    Kelvion NL100M plate for beer and dairy applications
    14 May 2020

    Kelvion NL100M plate for beer and dairy applications

    GERMANY: Targeting the brewing, food and beverage industries, Kelvion’s new NL100M plate is said to offer the ideal compromise between flexibility and efficiency. 
    York helps prepare Grand Mosque for reopening
    14 May 2020

    York helps prepare Grand Mosque for reopening

    SAUDI ARABIA: Johnson Controls York HVAC systems are said to have played a significant role in preparing Makkah’s Grand Mosque for reopening once the coronavirus pandemic subsides.
    Cold-SNAP – a new spin on an old technology
    10 May 2020

    Cold-SNAP – a new spin on an old technology

    USA: A Harvard University team has developed an indirect evaporative cooling system which can cool air without adding humidity at a fraction of the energy cost of traditional cooling units. 
    System efficiency more important than GWP
    9 May 2020

    System efficiency more important than GWP

    Jordan Smith: “There is no question that GWP matters and that the industry should be supporting all efforts to invent and test new, lower GWP solutions” USA: Lower GWP refrigerants…
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