To be held in Jacksonville, Florida, the conference is the “world’s largest” gathering of refrigerating engineers and technicians.
NTNU finds ammonia-water system provides a high temperature of up to 105°C at a COP up to 2.85.
The deadline is May 31, with scholarship awards of up to $13,000 announced on June 30.
The latest RMP safety rule would impact ammonia refrigeration facilities.
The global association has published a guideline for estimating accidental refrigerant releases plus an update to its safety standard for valves and strainers.
The committee is focused on advancing energy conservation, energy efficiency and alternative energies within the natural refrigeration community.
All of the new detection requirements are collected in a document from gas-detection specialist CTI.
The chiller is designed to compete with f-gas chillers in building air-conditioning and process cooling.