Alfa Laval, a worldwide expert in heat transfer, centrifugal separation and fluid handling has announced that it will support the upcoming ATMOsphere Asia 2015 as a Bronze Sponsor for the second year. The event will take place from 3 – 5 February in Tokyo, Japan, bringing together leading HVAC&R industry stakeholders and creating a forum for business exchanges between key Japanese, Asian and International companies.For over 130 years, Alfa Laval’s heat transfer, separation and fluid handling technologies have been use in the areas of food and water supply, energy, environmental protection and pharmaceuticals. With more than 1900 patents, Alfa Laval provides global solutions that are vital for society, both for today and for the future. It also invests approximately 2.5% of its sales revenue in research and development, launching between 35 and 40 new products every year.
The company, which was founded in Sweden, today boasts 28 major production units in Europe, Asia, the U.S. and Latin America. It works with clients in nearly 100 countries, helping to optimise their processes, save energy and protect the environment.
Innovative products that ensure environmental sustainability
Alfa Laval’s key products include heat exchangers, separators, pumps and valves, which are designed for energy optimisation and environmental protection. Since entering the field of heat transfer technology in 1931 by supplying pasteurizing equipment for the dairy industry, the company has emerged as an industry leader developing solutions for heating, cooling, heat recovery, evaporation, condensation, ventilation and refrigeration. Its products are designed to maximise energy savings and ensure environmental sustainability by using refrigerants such as CO2 and ammonia.
About ATMOsphere Asia 2015
3 – 5 February at the Shin-Maru Conference Square in Tokyo, Japan
ATMOsphere Asia 2015 “Natural Refrigerants – Solutions for Asia” will focus on the latest developments in the field of natural refrigerants including market trends, technology innovations and policy developments. Discussions will look at F-Gas Regulations, both in Japan and in Europe and North America. It will also present national measures and incentives for natural refrigerants in Japan. Technology case studies will display the latest innovations for commercial, light commercial, industrial and transport refrigeration and heat pump and air conditioning applications. A new highlight of the conference is a special “Tokyo Olympics 2020” session.