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Australia Gets its Largest Low-Charge NH3 Plant

Australia firm installs its largest low-charge NH3 plant Written by Devin Yoshimoto, ammonia21.com, March 9, 2018 On 1 Feburary 2018, Australian industrial refrigeration system supplier Scantec Refrigeration Technologies commissioned its largest low-charge ammonia (NH3) system in the country. The system’s total NH3 inventory is 750-800 kg and it provides cooling for a total of 114,000 m³ of […]

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Chinese AC System Awarded Blue Angel Ecolabel

Germany awards ecolabel to R290 split AC Written by Charlotte McGlaughlin, hydrocarbons21.com, March 12, 2018 The German government’s Blue Angel Ecolabel has been awarded to Chinese manufacturer Midea for its split air-conditioning (AC) system using propane (R290), according to the scheme’s website. The ‘Blue Angel’ initiative is an Ecolabel for certifying some 120 different product types, […]

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First Transcritical Co2 Supermarket in the Middle East is Inaugurated

Middle East’s first CO2 supermarket opens in Jordan R744.com, March 5, 2018 The first transcritical CO2 supermarket in the Middle East was inaugurated today at the Al-Salam supermarket in Amman, the capital of Jordan. The CO2 transcritical system installed in Amman, a pioneer in the Middle East, is designed to cope with temperatures reaching up to 32°C between […]

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Reclaimed Heat From a Co2 Refrigeration System Is Used to Heat a Greenhouse

CO2 at heart of Delhaize’s new Urban Farm r744.com, Jan 22, 2018 In a European first, heat reclaimed from the transcritical CO2 refrigeration system at the heart of Delhaize’s remodelled supermarket in Brussels is used to heat the greenhouses of the retailer’s rooftop Urban Farm. R744.com reports from Ixelles, a suburb of the Belgian capital. “This is […]

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Italian Winery Is Using C02 Bases Water-brine Chillers for Heating and Cooling

CO2 at heart of Italian winery r744.com, December 5, 2017 Two Yukon CO2-based water-brine chillers from Italian firm Enex provide heating and cooling at the Abazzia di Novacella winery in the Alto Adige (South Tyrol) region of Italy. Water enters the system at 6°C and is cooled to 1°C. The system is capable of functioning in ambient outside temperatures […]

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New York is Spurring the Deployment of Energy Storage

Samantha Leroy, ERS, for Zondits When establishing Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) in 2014, Governor Andrew Cuomo set aggressive and exacting energy generation, usage, and efficiency targets for the Empire State. Targets set to be achieved by 2030 include a 40% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions from the 1990s, 50% of electricity generated from renewable […]

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New Technologies Give Contractors Numerous Options for Refrigeration Systems

Supermarket Refrigeration Systems Are Constantly Evolving achrnews.com, September 4, 2017 When it comes to talking about emerging refrigeration system architectures for supermarkets, it’s good to start by taking a deep breath. The days of centralized direct-expansion (DX) systems aren’t necessarily over, but those systems have been joined by a host of new technologies, including distributed […]