UK-based Brandels has expanded its range of cold drinks dispensers to include hydrocarbon-cooled units.
PT Phapros installed and commissioned two propane (R290) chillers at its production facility in Semarang, Central Java. The new propane chillers have replaced old R134a chillers and are expected to significantly reduce the company’s energy use.
Ammonia and n-butane systems in residential building had higher COPs than R134a and R22 systems.
Since installing its first CO2 cascade refrigeration system in a hypermarket in Singapore in 2012, Epta has successfully installed another two CO2 cascade systems in the country. Now it is ramping up local CO2 technician training and expanding its presence in the Southeast Asia region.
Indonesia’s Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources is encouraging industry to adopt hydrocarbon-based technology due to its energy efficiency, locally sourced resources and manufacturing, and GHG emission reduction contribution.