Multiple low-charge ammonia and transcritical CO2 systems are eligible for AIRAH’s recognition of excellence.
The new units, with up to double the capacity of the original model, are designed for 0-35°F chilled-fluid temperatures but can be used for 44°F AC.
Mayekawa is seeing an increasing opportunity for the NewTon in Japan’s industrial refrigeration sector as well as in overseas Asian markets.
Distributor opts for either transcritical CO2 or ammonia/CO2 for new warehouses, depending on the location.
The Modular Rooftop Unit employs CO2 or glycol as a secondary fluid.
New data shows that Star Refrigeration’s Azanefreezer 2.0 breaks UK best-practice performance guidelines with estimated cost savings of 66%.
At last month’s HARFKO 2019 exhibition in Seoul, Johnson Controls told this website of growing interest in natural refrigerants in Korea.