YAMATO Corporation has announced that it will again support ATMOsphere Asia 2015 as a Silver Sponsor. The conference, which will take place from 3-5 February in Tokyo, will serve as a bridge for business development between leading Asian and International companies for the second consecutive year.YAMATO Co. Ltd. is an engineering company specializing in planning, designing, installation and maintenance for freeze and refrigeration facilities and HVAC. For these two areas, YAMATO Co. Ltd. originally developed a thermal storage system, accumulating thermal energy during nighttime for daytime loads, to achieve daytime electricity saving. The patented Ultra Eco-Ice System (UEI) is adapted by customers in Japan where it helps reduce daytime electric power demand significantly, improve energy efficiency and reduce running cost. The UEI system introduces brine on the secondary side and, in this way, significantly reduces HFC refrigerant charge and its leakage. By using this UEI system, YAMATO Co. Ltd. also developed an HFC-free system that does not require replacement of the existing HFC showcases for new CO2 showcases by deploying brine as secondary refrigerant.
At the ATMOsphere Asia conference, YAMATO plans to introduce pilot project results of the new HFC-free solution using UEI for commercial refrigeration (low temperature freezing case). The research of UEI combined with systems using natural working fluids CO2 and ammonia as a primary refrigerants was partially subsidized by NEDO (New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization).
More about Yamato Corporation
YAMATO is a 5 billion yen in capital (Tokyo Stock Exchange listed on the first section) company of over 500 employees. YAMATO is an engineering company whose main areas of business are planning, designing, installing and maintenance for air-conditioning and sanitation of facilities or buildings, freeze and refrigeration equipment for food distribution facilities and other similar facilities. For HVAC area, YAMATO Co. Ltd. developed and patented so called “Large Temperature Difference Water Storage System” for the first time in Japan.
About ATMOsphere Asia 2015
The 2nd edition of ATMOsphere Asia 2015 will again serve as the meeting place for both Japanese and international HVAC&R industry stakeholders. In addition to updates about F-Gas Regulations in Japan, China, Europe and North & South America, other key features include a special “Tokyo Olympics 2020” session and technology case study sessions focusing on commercial, light commercial, industrial & transport refrigeration, as well as heat pumps and air conditioning. The event will also cover new topics such as natural refrigerant applications in hotels, restaurants, cafes, hospitals and more. Registration will open in Summer 2014.
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