Monday 1 May 2017
WELCOME DRINKS RECEPTION
Casual pre-event welcome drinks reception with appetizers, sponsored by Dorin & Mayekawa
Tuesday 2 May 2017
Welcome breakfast will be served as participants arrive on site and register for the conference, sponsored by The Natural Refrigerants Company & CAREL & SCM Frigo
WELCOME & INTRODUCTION
Marc Chasserot, shecco, Welcome and introduction
Presentations by government and industry experts on the latest regulatory issues and standards for natural refrigerants at Australian/New Zealand region and international dimensions.
Patrick McInerney, Australian Government Department of the Environment, HFC phase-down - Australian and global action
Marc Chasserot, shecco, Global policy updates, Kigali and where to next?
TRAINING ON NATURAL REFRIGERANTS
In this session we will open the floor for all influential HVAC&R associations in Australia and New Zealand to share their experiences working with natural refrigerants, to speak about new opportunities, policy and technical barriers and the latest developments from each industry body to accelerate the adoption of natural refrigerant technology.
Chair: Marc Chasserot, shecco, Training on Natural Refrigerants
Matt Allfree, Climate Control Companies Association of New Zealand, Is New Zealand prepared for natural refrigerants?
Kim Limburg, Australian Refrigeration Mechanics Association (ARMA), Training for the future
Glenn Evans, Australian Refrigeration Council, Skills – a multi pronged approach
Steve Smith, TAFE NSW, Training on naturals… Naturally TAFE
Inderpal Saund, Danfoss, Co-operation with TAFE for education of CO2 technologies
Networking coffee break, sponsored by BAC & Advansor & McAlphine Hussmann
MARKET TRENDS SESSION
Leading industry representatives will give strategic and visionary presentations sharing their latest success stories, lessons learned, challenges and next steps with regards to natural refrigerant based technologies in Australia, New Zealand and beyond.
Chair: Jan Dusek, shecco
Ian Suffield, BITZER Australia, Bitzer update on market trends
Trent Miller, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners Australia, Air to Water Heat Pump Utilising Natural Refrigerant CO2
Stefan Jensen, Scantec Refrigeration Technologies, The Future of Natural Refrigerants
Peter O’Neill , Mayekawa Australia Pty Ltd., Market Trends - Industrial Refrigeration
William Pagani, Epta, Steve Laing, Epta Australia , CO2 transcritical FTE System
Inderpal Saund, Danfoss, Global Market Trends of Danfoss Perspective
Brian Rees, Hussmann Oceania, NZ & AU – CO2 and the journey thus far
Jan Dusek, shecco, Natural Refrigerants: Global market trends
Networking lunch served in the sponsors exhibition area, sponsored by Epta & Danfoss
In this brand-new panel, Marc Chasserot of shecco will interview one of the most successful CEOs in the industry, Robbie Mayer of F. Mayer Imports.
END USER PANEL
Key end users will share their experiences using different types of natural refrigerant technologies including benefits, challenges and future plans in commercial and industrial refrigeration applications.
Chair: Stuart Saville, Coles & Jan Dusek, shecco
Tim Hill, Costco, End user experience
Michael Englebright, Woolworths, Sustainable Strategy 2020
Sean Davel, Foodstuffs North Island, Our experience with CO2
The journey to natural refrigerants
Ian Garradd, North City Council, Opportunities for natref equipment
Networking coffee break, sponsored by Arneg & Emerson & Heatcraft & GEA
COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION CASE STUDIES
Chair: Ian Wilson, Strathbrook Industrial Services
Dario Ferlin, Woolworths Food Group, Woolworths’ investment in the Australian industry to deliver sustainable HFC-free refrigeration innovation
Ian Suffield, BITZER Australia, Efficiency gains of a booster system with parallel compression
Mirko Bernabei, SCM Frigo, Improving the energy efficiency of CO2 commercial refrigeration systems
Abel Gnanakumar, Emerson, The Helix Innovation Center, Providing infrastructure to enable natural refrigerants adoption
Kristian Sørensen, Advansor, New low-energy CO2 transcritical technology - developments/release 2017
Mike Baker, Baker Refrigeration, Transcritical CO2 in Australian supermarkets - a reality
Ian Wilson, Strathbrook Industrial Services, Transcritical CO2 - an index of possibilities
INDUSTRIAL REFRIGERATION, AC AND HEATPUMPS CASE STUDIES
Chair: Matthew Darby, EcoChill
Trent Miller, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioners Australia, Air to water heat pump utilising natural refrigerant CO2
Martin Millow, Mayekawa Australia Pty Ltd., NH3/CO2 cascade system for freeze drier application
Stefan Jensen, Scantec Refrigeration Technologies, The rise of low-charge NH3 refrigeration systems
Wynand Groenewald, Commercial Refrigeration Services, Transcritical CO2 Blast Freezer
Klaas Visser, KAV Consulting, Two world-first projects, application of evaporative condenser/gas cooler in Sydney & Kuala Lumpur
Hayato Sakamoto, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd., Kawasaki turbo chiller using water as a refrigerant
Matthew Darby, EcoChill, Perfecting Produce – the success of hydrocarbon secondary systems in the New Zealand produce distribution sector.
PRE-DINNER DRINKS RECEPTION
Pre-dinner drinks reception, sponsored by Scantec & Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-conditioners Australia
Networking dinner, sponsored by Bitzer
Wednesday 3 May 2017
SITE VISIT TO TAFE NSW
The free site visit to TAFE NSW, one of Australia's leading providers of vocational education and training with over 500,000 enrolments each year, will be exclusive to registered attendees of ATMO Australia. Lunch and transportation are provided for our guests at no extra cost. Separate registration is required. Click here for more info, pick-up/drop off location and times. Organised and sponsored by Danfoss