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New copper-tube technologies for CO2 heat exchangers


About this presentation

related to ATMOsphere America 2015
published on 25 June 2015
12 pages
2 MB

Yoram Shabtay from Heat Transfer Technologies, Jian Yu from Super Radiator Coils, and Nigel Cotton from International Copper Association explored new copper tubing technology used for CO2 gas coolers and evaporators in applications varying in size from small refrigeration systems for vending machines to large industrial cooling systems. The presentation included the performance, industrial application, and practicality of the heat exchangers in a large-scale, North American setting, while also investigating new engineering regarding high-strength tube alloys.

About the speaker(s)

Yoram Shabtay


With 20 years of experience, Yoram Shabtay is a Heat Exchanger Designer veteran with a Master’s degree in Heat and Mass Transfer. Shabtay is the head of consulting firm Heat Transfer Technologies LLC (HTT) and as a licensed HVAC engineer, provides designs for current and new condenser and evaporator coils. HTT is also the official Technical Advisor to the International Copper Association, providing guidance and designs for all types of HVAC and refrigeration systems. He regularly speaks at conferences about new upcoming heat-exchanger technologies and related development work. HTT also works with industry leaders providing prototype heat-exchanger service for evaluation.