Mitsubishi Heavy Industries joins as Bronze Sponsor of ATMOsphere Asia 2015

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We are excited to welcome Mitsubishi Heavy Industries as the newest Bronze Sponsor of ATMOsphere Asia 2015. The conference will take place for the second time in Tokyo, Japan, from 3-5 February 2015. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to submit a case study and share your latest natural refrigerant projects and/or technologies with the industry! The deadline to submit a case study abstract is 01 December 2014.

With more than 80 years of expertise, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) offers high efficiency systems employing CO2 for cooling and heating both air and water for residential, commercial as well as industrial applications. Through the high level of performance and quality of its products, MHI has garnered global recognition. The company continues to innovate in order to offer the best solutions to its customers.

MHI’s CO2 product portfolio includes its new air-to-water heat pumps (Q-Ton system) and large capacity centrifugal chillers, recognised as one of the most energy efficient cooling systems available on the market.

MHI Q-Ton heat pump: high performance, low energy consumption

Suitable for commercial and HORECA applications, the Q-Ton system, which uses CO2, can be located in either outdoor or indoor areas, as long as there is an unimpeded airflow to the system. Sucess stories achieved with this technology include an installation in the Lancaster Hall Hotel in central London in June 2014 and a recent pilot project launched by the Spanish Hotel Technological Institute (ITH) to promote the use of CO2 in hotels in Spain.

The heat pump system features the following advantages:

  • High capacity and high efficiency, even at low temperature conditions
  • Easy, user-friendly operation with touch screen panel control
  • Ability to connect up to 16 Q-ton units for up to 480 kW capacity
  • Hot water can be generated at night using cheap night-time electricity and stored in a cylinder tank for day time use
  • Lower running costs compared to traditional oil or gas boilers

In addition, Q-ton heat pumps were included in the Energy Technology List (ETL) 01 July 2014 and are now eligible for the Enhance Capital Allowance (ECA) scheme.

About ATMOsphere Asia 2015

3 – 5 February 2015 at the Shin Marunouchi Building in Tokyo, Japan

For the second time, ATMOsphere Asia returns to Tokyo to once again serve as the meeting place for key Asian and international HVAC&R stakeholders to discuss the latest technology and policy developments in the field of natural refrigerants. The conference will feature panel discussions on hot topics, such as updates on F-Gas Regulations in Japan, China, Europe and North & South America, workshops, technology case studies on a variety of different applications as well as great networking opportunities. Highlights will also include a special “Tokyo 2020 Olympics” Session.

Interested in presenting your natural refrigerant based case study at the conference? Please have a look at the Case study submission guidelines for more information. The deadline for submitting a case study abstract to the ATMOsphere Review Board is 01 December 2014.

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