enEx announce Bronze Sponsorship of ATMOsphere Europe 2015

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enEx, a pioneer in the field of natural refrigeration, will support the 6th annual ATMOsphere Europe 2015 conference as a Bronze Sponsor. Held from 16 – 17 March in Brussels, the conference will bring together key industry stakeholders to discuss the latest natural refrigerant technologies, market trends and regulatory issues in Europe.

Founded in 2004, the Italian company enEx specialises in the design and production of natural refrigerant technologies, in particular C02, for refrigeration systems, air conditioning, ventilation and heat pumps. Thanks to its intense R&D activity to develop new, high energy-saving solutions, the company has brought efficient and high quality products to market and has installed several hundreds of refrigeration systems around the world. In addition to designing systems and components and offering measurement tools, enEx also provides consultancy in the HVAC&R field for CO2 applications.

enEx offers a wide range of C02 refrigeration systems for large and medium size supermarket applications as well as small shops and convenience stores. For warmer climates in particular, the company has developed a simple and reliable solution available today, which involves the use of CO2 transcritical systems that combine overfed evaporators, a flash vapour recompression and an ejector. The system enables energy savings of 10-15%.

About ATMOsphere Europe 2015
16 – 17 March at the Crowne Plaza Le Palace Hotel in Brussels, Belgium

The 6th ATMOsphere Europe 2015 returns to discuss the latest regulatory updates, market trends and technology developments in the field of natural refrigerants. The main topics to be covered include commercial, light commercial, industrial and transport refrigeration, heat pumps and air conditioning. Other applications such as convenience stores, hotels, restaurants, cafes, hospitals, etc. will also feature on the 2015 programme. The programme will also include updates on the new EU F-Gas regulations and their implementation.

For more information about the conference, please click here.