Source Refrigeration & HVAC, first-time Bronze Sponsor of ATMOsphere America

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Source Refrigeration & HVAC, an expert service provider for every mission-critical refrigeration & HVAC system, has confirmed that it will be a Bronze Sponsor of ATMOsphere America for the first time! The fourth annual edition is quickly approaching, be sure to reserve your spot!

Headquartered in Anaheim, California, Source Refrigeration & HVAC is a market leader in the design, installation, repair, maintenance and optimization of mission critical refrigeration & HVAC systems. It has 1,000 field-based service and installation experts providing services to more than 2,500 companies in the commercial, retail and industrial sectors in the U.S..

Source Refrigeration offers support at every stage of a system’s life cycle, including:
  • New system design, installations and remodels
  • Refrigerant conversions
  • Service & maintenance
  • Optimizing & sustaining the performance of existing systems
The company has been involved in several natural refrigerant designs and installations with several of the world's leading grocery retailers. Its areas of expertise include CO2, ammonia and propane systems, which provide optimal performance while reducing carbon footprint.

Training at Source Refrigeration

Committed to continuous training and education of its field teams, Source Refrigeration provides technical training at its two state-of-the-art technical training centers in Anaheim, CA and Houston. Main areas covered in the program are:
  • Refrigeration & HVAC system fundamentals (including dehumidification)
  • Installation skills
  • System start-ups
  • Advanced energy systems management and optimization
About ATMOsphere America 2015

The fourth edition of ATMOsphere America will gather more companies, speakers and participants than ever before!

Taking place on 25 & 26 June 2015 in Atlanta, Georgia, the conference aims to once again serve as the meeting place for HVAC&R professionals to discuss natural refrigerant market trends, regulations and standards and technology developments in the North American market. Additional highlights include food retail, food service, light commercial and low charge ammonia panels, which will bring together end users as well as other key industry stakeholders to create open and dynamic discussions among panelists and the audience.

To register for the conference, please visit

More information about the event as well as latest program updates can be found at