The global online event, free to attend March 30-31, will cover key market and policy trends and new technologies using natural refrigerants.
Temprite specialises in innovative, energy-efficient coalescent and conventional oil separators and refrigerant oil management products, including oil level controls and oil reservoirs.
Founded in 1924, Temprite was a pioneer in the refrigeration industry and one of the first companies to specialise in refrigeration components in the U.S.. Early Temprite products included beer coolers and dispensing valves for soda fountains and water coolers. The Temprite reputation for innovation arose when the company originated some of the earliest refrigeration components including the conventional oil separator in its current configuration: Every conventional oil separator is a copy of a Temprite oil separator.
In 1988, Temprite was the first company to design and manufacture coalescent oil separators and oil reservoirs with the introduction of the high-efficiency 900 Series. The 920 & 920R Series were developed in 1990-1991 to meet customer needs for energy savings, lower carbon emissions and increased system life.
Today, Temprite is a premier brand name in the industry. Building on decades of experience in manufacturing components for the refrigeration industry, the Temprite tradition of innovation continues with energy-efficient coalescent and conventional oil separators for every type of refrigerant, including naturals.
2015 marks the launch of hydrocarbons refrigerant-based components.
The Temprite plant is located in West Chicago, Illinois, USA, with distribution facilities in Tokyo, Japan; Glasgow, UK; Stuttgart, Germany; Ankara, Turkey; Bangalore, India; and Sydney, Australia. Temprite has worldwide distribution through wholesalers and direct sales to original equipment manufacturers, retailers and medical organizations, and through strategic partners in the United Kingdom, Japan, Germany, Turkey, India and Australia.
With COVID safety measures, the HVAC&R trade show will feature R290 products from a number of manufacturers.
Inefficient oil separation will leave a film on the heat exchanger surfaces and decrease system efficiency, explains Emerson/Temprite report.
shecco, publisher of this website, has announced that it will hold the ATMOsphere America Summit on natural refrigerant technologies as a hybrid in-person/online event on October 13-14,