25 Feb 2021

    Panasonic monobloc heat pump on R32

    EUROPE: Panasonic has released a new mono bloc heat pump running on the lower GWP refrigerant R32.
    24 Feb 2021

    Alfa Laval extends CO2 capabilities

    SWEDEN: Alfa Laval has expanded the possibilities for transcritical CO2 duties with its new AXP82 plate heat exchanger.
    24 Feb 2021

    KIMO plug-and-play standard switch cabinet

    GERMANY: The FrigoPack BLU kompakt plug-and-play standard switch cabinet from German controls company KIMO enables the operation of up to two compressors with a maximum refrigerating capacity of 50kW.  
    23 Feb 2021

    Compressor electronics app for Copeland semi-hermetics

    GERMANY: Emerson has produced the first app dedicated to its Copeland semi-hermetic compressors with its former CoreSense compressor electronics technology. 
    22 Feb 2021

    Ciat adds higher capacity rooftops

    SPAIN: Ciat has extended its Vectios range of packaged rooftop air conditioning units with its new higher capacity VectiosPower series.
    22 Feb 2021

    Air conditioning pipe insulation achieves high fire rating

    LUXEMBOURG: Armacell’s new Tubolit Split and DuoSplit pre-insulated pipes for air conditioning and heat pump systems are said to have achieved one of the highest fire performance ratings.
    19 Feb 2021

    High SST Turbocors benefit data centres

    DENMARK: Danfoss has increased the capabilities of its Turbocor TTS and TGS oil-free compressors to make them suitable use in centres operating at higher space temperatures.
    18 Feb 2021

    Carrier Rental supports Royal Papworth

    UK: Carrier Rental Systems has supplied 1.6MW of auxiliary cooling to maintain ideal temperatures and humidity in critical areas of Royal Papworth Hospital.  
    18 Feb 2021

    Engie Quantum adds R515B option

    GERMANY: Engie Refrigeration has added R515B as a refrigerant option to its Quantum chiller range.
    17 Feb 2021

    Danfoss moves to make data centres sustainable

    DENMARK: The smart use of cutting-edge technologies in the construction of data centres could see these huge consumers of energy becoming sources of sustainable energy by utilising the excess heat.
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