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Advances in CO2 supermarket refrigeration in North America


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About this presentation

related to ATMOsphere America 2012
published on 12 June 2012
12 pages
3 MB

Scott Martin presents an overview of CO2 system evolution for the North American market. The first low temperature secondary pumped CO2 system was installed in 2006, followed by a CO2 cascade system in 2008, a medium temperature secondary pumped CO2 system in 2010 and the first transcritical CO2 system by Advansor in 2012, installed in Vancouver. Hill PHOENIX has 50 secondary CO2 systems installed in North America, over 25 cascade systems. More transcritical systems are planned.

About the speaker(s)

Scott Martin

 

A third generation Refrigeration Engineer, Scott received his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Southern Polytechnic State University in 1985. After graduation he became a Project Engineer for Engineered Refrigeration Systems, a forerunner of Hillphoenix, a Dover Company, located in Conyers, Georgia.

Today, Scott’s focus reflects a strong Hillphoenix commitment to providing product and technology answers that help retailers supply higher quality food products while advancing efforts toward environmental stewardship.