Carel, the Italian specialist in humidification and control systems for the HVAC&R market, will again support ATMOsphere Asia as a Silver Sponsor. ATMOsphere Asia 2015, which will take place from 3 – 5 February 2015, brings together industry experts from Asia and around the world to discuss the latest technology innovations, market trends and regulatory updates in the field of natural refrigerants.Since 1973, CAREL has been active in the field of refrigeration, air-conditioning and humidity control, offering a wide range of products for manufacturers, installers and designers operation in the HVAC&R industry. The company’s solutions are designed for the management of chillers, compressor packs, showcases, multiplexed cabinets, cold storage rooms, seasoning rooms, retarders, air handling units, roof-top units and air-conditioning units. Carel is committed to a legacy of innovation and environmentally sustainable solutions, offering valves and controls for both CO2 and ammonia applications.
Cutting edge solutions for CO2 commercial refrigeration
For both transcritical and subcritical CO2, CAREL’s retail sistema includes a number of solutions. Among CAREL’s product range are innovative control solutions for CO2 integrated systems, which have a single compressor rack and are able to provide refrigeration, air conditioning and hot water. The company also continues to invest in R&D focused on CO2 solutions for warm climates, such as parallel compression technology for increase efficiency. CO2 ejector technology and CO2 hot gas defrost are also a promising areas the company is actively researching.
About ATMOsphere Asia 2015
3 – 5 February at the Shin-Maru Conference Square in Tokyo, Japan
For the second consecutive year, ATMOsphere Asia will bring together leading HVAC&R industry experts, including end-users, system & component manufacturers, government representatives, academics, associations and more, to discuss the latest developments in the field of natural refrigerants. Key topics will include updates on national Japanese F-Gas Regulations and other measures and incentives for natural refrigerants in Japan. F-Gas Regulations in Europe and North America will also feature on the program, as well as a special “Tokyo Olympics 2020” session and several End-User Panels. The most innovative technology case studies will also be presented, focusing on a mix of applications from commercial, light commercial, industrial & transport refrigeration to heat pumps and air conditioning.
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