Frigo-Consulting, which is active in the fields of commercial and industrial refrigeration systems with a focus on sustainable engineering and subcritical & transcritical CO2 systems, has announced it’s support of ATMOsphere Europe 2015 as a Bronze Sponsor. The conference will take place from 16 – 17 March in Brussels, Belgium.Founded in 1988, Frigo-Consulting, an independent engineer company headquartered in Bern, Switzerland, offers support in the designing and engineering of innovative refrigerating systems and their implementation into overall facility concepts.
CO2 ejector technology
Frigo-Consulting’s first transcritical CO2 system operating with ejector technology, which was installed at a Migros Bulle in Switzerland in July 2013, has already shown an energy efficiency increase of 15% compared to traditional CO2 systems. The system with ejector technology, designed by Frigo-Consulting, uses the energy that is released when CO2 is expanded to relieve the compressors. The ejector has no movable parts; its relatively simple integration is based on sardard components and, thereby, ensures a high operation safety and low investment cost. Overall, Frigo-Consulting’s system has registered savings of 60,000 kWh of electrical energy per year.
About ATMOsphere Europe 2015
16 – 17 March at the Crowne Plaza Le Palace Hotel in Brussels, Belgium
ATMOsphere Europe 2015 returns for its sixth edition, bringing together leading HVAC&R industry experts to discuss the latest natural refrigerant technology innovations, market trends and regulatory issues. One of the key focuses of the conference will be updates on the new EU F-Gas Regulation and its implementation, as it is expected to enter into force two months before ATMOsphere Europe 2015 takes place. Commercial, light commercial, industrial & transport refrigeration, heat pumps and air conditioning applications are also on the program, as well as solutions for convenience stores, hotels, restaurants, cafes, hospitals and more.
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