Natural refrigerants can help end users reduce their energy-related emissions through higher system efficiency while also avoiding f-gas emissions.
Mayekawa Introduces Low-Capacity Ammonia Chiller that Can Compete with HFO, HFC and Hydrocarbon Units
The mCHILLER TAKA is a low-charge air-cooled chiller designed for semi-industrial and commercial applications.
The Danish OEM’s compressors will be able to deliver up to 25MW (7,109TR) heating capacity with temperatures of up to 93°C (199°F).
From January 1, 2033, the GWP of refrigerants entering the Californian market must not exceed 750.
The German manufacturer will be among many companies presenting their latest ammonia-based products at Chillventa in Germany October 11–13.
The Swedish manufacturer’s heat exchangers were a significant focus of its recent Net Zero Launch Event on September 16.
According to the manufacturer, well-maintained equipment will ‘maximize uptime and efficiency and help to keep your system hygienic and safe.’
The committee is focused on advancing energy conservation, energy efficiency and alternative energies within the natural refrigeration community.
The Danish manufacturer has been producing natural refrigerant-based heating and cooling systems since 1897.
JCI’s new partnership will help support its customers’ efforts to meet emissions targets in support of global climate action.