USA: Following the success of its mobile CO₂ training unit, Danfoss is set to take its knowledge of CO2 refrigeration even further afield.
Danfoss launched the training unit in September to assist in the training needs as CO2 emerges as the preferred refrigerant in food retail applications.
The training unit was so well received during the initial launch event in Baltimore, Maryland that multiple customers immediately requested to have the unit deployed in additional locations across the country. It subsequently visited Denmark and the Euroshop trade show in Düsseldorf. This week it has been in San Diego at ATMOsphere America, and moves to the Source Refrigeration & HVAC Training Center in Anaheim next week. It visits DC Engineering in Meridian, Idaho in July, then continues its journey around the globe with trips to Asia and Southern Europe.
“Part of our mission with the mobile CO₂ training unit is to provide retailers as well as contractors and service technicians with the necessary knowledge about CO₂ that will enable them to take advantage of the full potential of this natural refrigerant,” said Jeff Staub, director of regional applications – Americas.
The CO2 solutions presented in the training unit range from simple gas-bypass systems to more complex parallel compression solutions, with or without heat reclaim. Training unit staff will also introduce and demonstrate the company’s award-winning Multi Ejector technology.