We're happy to announce the second round of case studies selected to be presented at this year's ATMO America conference from CAREL Industries, Carnot Refrigeration, Emerson Commercial and Residential Solutions, Hillphoenix, and YourCleanEnergy.
CAREL Industries, Carnot Refrigeration, Emerson Commercial and Residential Solutions, Hillphoenix, and YourCleanEnergy will discuss their innovative natural refrigerant-based technologies at the conference.
CAREL Industries | Modulating Ejectors: next steps for CO2 transcritical systems in the USA by Diego Malimpensa
CAREL Electronic modulating Ejectors are the cutting-edge solution that increases the energy efficiency of transcritical CO2 systems in warmer climates, sustainably extending the possibility to use CO2 in commercial refrigeration. The main feature of the solution is the continuous modulation ensured by the CAREL ejector design combined with dedicated control algorithms. Together they allow the system to continuously adapt to the typical variations in operating conditions of refrigeration system.
Carnot Refrigeration | A CO2 air conditioning chiller at the German embassy by Marc-André Lesmerises
Emerson Commercial and Residential Solutions | Integral display case technology will change the European retail landscape by Andre Patenaude
This case study will share the results of an independent institute comparing two different refrigeration system architectures using natural refrigerants from a leading European Small format retailer. Savings of the total store portfolio of this retailer from the entire life-cycle assessment will be detailed.
YourCleanEnergy | Starter district heat for city of Seward, Alaska by Andy Baker
An innovative district heating system for the City of Seward, Alaska, with transcritical CO2 heat pumps, has been recommended for funding by Alaska Energy Authority and Governor of Alaska. The concept design was completed by YourCleanEnergy LLC of Anchorage and utilizes ocean source heat loops to supply CO2 heat pumps in the City Library, City Hall, City Annex, and City Fire Station. The design is based on Mayekawa 20 ton Unimo units connected to large buffer tanks that offset conventional oil and electric boilers in these existing buildings.