2014 was an important year of ‘firsts’ for CO2 in terms of the refrigerant being applied in a wider range of applications in Europe, including transport, ice rinks, the HORECA food service sector, and more. The sixth annual ATMOsphere Europe 2015 conference heard from the technology providers and contractors of these projects, including Carrier Transicold, Green & Cool, Green Cooling, Thermo King and AF Consulting. +VIDEO
The benefit for the user is that there no need to recharge the system everyday and no need for heavy infrastructure to store the natural refrigerant,” said Pourcheresse. “This new design reduces potentially harmful effects on the environment, without compromising reliability or performance, creating a desirable balance between efficiency and sustainability.”
These units feature faster recovery temperature compared to conventional diesel driven refrigeration and allow for faster temperature pull-downs. This is crucial where the cooling unit is often interrupted as drivers deliver goods at multiple locations,” said Bour.
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