Panasonic, a leading Japanese manufacturer of a wide range of products including solutions for the HVAC industry, has for the third year in a row officially confirmed its place as the Platinum Sponsor of ATMOsphere Asia 2016. The conference will be held February 9&10 in Tokyo, Japan.Panasonic’s outstanding reputation for manufacturing high quality, reliable products has led to the service of customers around the world in numerous different industries, including HVAC&R. Panasonic is committed to the environmental sustainability, offering CO2 condensing unites since 2008. With the acquisition of Sanyo Electric in 2010, Panasonic has continued to branch out towards CO2 refrigeration and heat pump technology.
With their CO2 low temperature Outdoor Condensing Units (OCU) in approximately 100 stores throughout Japan, and continued research and expertise in CO2 refrigeration and heat pump technology, Panasonic is focused on solutions using natural refrigerants and has established itself as a leader in the CO2 commercial refrigeration industry.
Latest CO2 products & projects
Recently, Panasonic has found two possible solutions intended to meet demand for green solutions for the coming years in China, including a CO2 heat pump water heater system for low ambient temperatures. Previous water heating used an electric boiler, which consumed more power and created safety hazards. Compared with heat pump water heaters using HFC refrigerants, the CO2 system is environmentally friendly and also has higher average hot water temperatures and lower capacity decreases in low-ambient temperature conditions.
About ATMOsphere Asia 2016
Returning for it's 3rd edition, ATMOsphere Asia 2016 is THE industry event bringing together HVAC&R experts from across the globe! Perfectly timed on 9 & 10 February 2016 to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the Supermarket Trade Show, which will also take place in Tokyo from 10-12 February, the conference is expected to attract a record number of both Asian and international end users and other leading industry stakeholders.
The conference will cover the latest natural refrigerant technology innovations, market trends and regulatory issues, looking at both the Japanese scope as well as the international dimension. Programme highlights include updates on national subsidies given by the Japanese Ministry of Environment and information about F-Gas policies and their implementation in Europe and North & South America.
This year, the two-day conference will be split with the first day focusing on commercial refrigeration and the second day covering industrial refrigeration and other applications. For more information about the event, please visit www.ATMO.org/asia2016.