German manufacturer GEA Heating & Refrigeration Technologies (GEA HRT) will be among the many manufacturers showcasing their latest ammonia/NH3 (R717)-based technologies at Chillventa 2022 in Nuremberg, Germany, October 11–13.
Located at booth 512 in hall 7 of the NürnbergMesse exhibition center, GEA HRT will be presenting a range of its refrigeration and heating products, both new and existing, that are designed to help “reduce carbon emissions, achieve greater energy efficiency and lead to lower total cost of ownership,” said the manufacturer.
“We’re here to help you to achieve higher capacities thanks to our newest heat-pump technology,” added GEA. “We want to show you how to work at higher speed and under higher pressure, and how to use less space thanks to our newest compressors. We’ll support you in working more safely, more energy- and cost-efficiently, and with more control over your processes.”
“We’re here to help you to achieve higher capacities thanks to our newest heat-pump technology. We want to show you how to work at higher speed and under higher pressure, and how to use less space thanks to our newest compressors.”GEA Heating & Refrigeration Technologies
GEA will be using Chillventa as an opportunity to showcase some of its newer products like its BluX Chiller, which is designed for air-conditioning as well as commercial and industrial refrigeration. According to the manufacturer, it is one of the world’s first ammonia chillers with a semi-hermetic compact screw compressor.
The company will also be presenting a number of its new compressors including the Grasso CompaX semi-hermetic screw compressor for ammonia systems, such as the BluX Chiller, the Grasso L XHP extra-high-pressure screw compressor and the Grasso V XHP high-temperature reciprocating compressor.
Other ammonia-based technologies that will be on display at GEA’s stand include its energy-efficient Grasso M screw compressor that is designed for heat pumps, the Grasso V HS industrial reciprocating compressor and the RedGenium high-temperature heat pump, which can be viewed using augmented reality.
GEA’s new G-Plex monitoring and control system will also be showcased at Chillventa. This product allows customers to monitor the performance and efficiency of their compressors from anywhere and requires little space.
Other ammonia technologies at Chillventa
Refrigeration manufacturer Mayekawa will also be at Chillventa, presenting several of its products at its stand (#112) in hall 7A. Products on display include its high-efficiency, low-charge ammonia mCHILLER series, its ammonia/CO2 (R744) based industrial NewTon 3000 chiller and ammonia-based, high-temperature heat pumps.
Having recently received the Natural Refrigerants Label from ATMOsphere – a global market accelerator of clean cooling and heating solutions and publisher of Ammonia21.com – Mayekawa will be one of the manufacturers displaying the new ATMO Approved logo at its Chillventa booth.
Johnson Controls Denmark will be showcasing some of its Sabroe brand’s ammonia-based technologies at booth 329 in hall 7, including the Sabroe HeatPAC – a single-stage, high-pressure heat pump – and the Sabroe ChillPAC Air – an air-cooled chiller for industrial applications.
Spanish OEM Intarcon will be presenting its Ammolite low-charge ammonia chiller at its booth (#220) in hall 7. According to the manufacturer, the product is “one of the most efficient and ecological solutions on the market.” Intarcon also says that it has the lowest life-cycle cost compared to alternative chillers.
The company will also be participating in Chillventa’s Specialist Refrigeration Forum on Thursday, October 13, at 12 pm, where Intarcon Deputy General Manager Javier Cano will talk about the successful application of low-charge ammonia refrigeration systems.
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