The charge limit for A3 (flammable) refrigerants like propane in commercial refrigeration, which an International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) subcommittee proposed to increase from 150 g per circuit to 500 g, is now subject to a vote that will determine whether the higher charge is ultimately enacted as an international standard. During a meeting last October…
Questions were asked at ATMO America on how the advent of online shopping would change the market for natural refrigerants in commercial refrigeration.
Among the companies exhibiting at Venditalia, there was not yet a clear trend towards adopting CO2 or hydrocarbons as the natural refrigerant of choice.
Sanden Vendo presented the DV9, a new propane-based vending machine, at Venditalia last week.
Industry experts identify top three barriers and solutions for natural refrigerant heat pumps in Australia
Industry experts agreed on the top three barriers and recommended solutions for natural refrigerant-based heat pump technology in the Australian market at ATMOsphere Australia 2018.
Last year, Hillphoenix refrigeration equipment was installed in 87% of GreenChill-certified stores under the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) scheme.