Green & Cool, newest Bronze Sponsor of ATMOsphere Europe 2015

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Green & Cool, a pioneer in supplying refrigeration systems that use CO2 as a refrigerant, has confirmed its support for ATMOsphere Europe 2015 as a Bronze Sponsor. The 6th edition of this conference will take place from 16-17 March 2015 in Brussels, Belgium.

 Headquarted in Luleå (Sweden), Green & Cool has become one of the global market leaders in supplying refrigeration systems using environmentally friendly CO2 as a refrigerant. Premium quality, high reliability and efficiency, as well as superior lifetime economy are some of the main benefits of Green & Cooling’s products.

Green & Cool’s product portfolio features CO2 air conditioning, as well as chiller and freezer units for transcritical and cascade refrigeration systems for several applications, including in supermarkets and convenience stores, the food industry, industrial processes, air conditioning and heat pumps.

In addition, the Swedish company also offers tailor made solutions to meet customers’ specific needs. For instance, Green & Cool’s Crystal and Mistral chiller and freezer units are available in more than 100 configurations and can be adapted to all kinds of refrigeration needs, heat recycling and heat pumps.

Training to promote the use of CO2 refrigerant

With the aim of promoting the use of green refrigerants, Green & Cool Academy provides two-day training course in transcritical CO2 technology for HVAC&R technicians and salespeople. The course content features several topics including an introduction to the CO2 as a refrigerant, practical operation, commissioning and adjustment of CO2 systems and more.

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

For the 6th year, ATMOsphere Europe 2015, Natural Refrigerants – Solutions for Europe, returns to Brussels, Belgium to serve as the meeting place for key HVAC&R industry stakeholders to discuss the latest natural refrigerant market trends, technology developments and regulatory issues in Europe, including a comprehensive update on the new EU F-Gas Regulation and its implementation. Key discussion topics will also include a look at the newest market trends in the field of natural refrigerants, as well as innovative technology case study presentations for a variety of applications.

Seeking for innovative natural refrigerant case studies

The ATMOsphere Review Board is now accepting innovative natural refrigerant case studies applicable to the European market for the areas of commercial and light commercial, industrial and transport refrigeration, heat pumps, air-conditioning and more.

The deadline for case study abstract submissions is 15 December 2014. View the Submission guidelines here.

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