We are pleased to announce the second round of case studies from Castel, Huayi Compressor Barcelona and LU-VE Group to be presented at ATMOsphere China 2018.
The ATMOsphere Review Panel is pleased to announce the second round of case study selections for ATMOsphere China 2018 taking place on 11-12 April in Beijing.
Castel, Huayi Compressor Barcelona and LU-VE Group will discuss their innovative natural refrigerant-based technologies at the conference.
The presentations are:
Castel | Research and development of heat pump systems using CO2 by Steve Chen
This presentation will show the latest technologies on improving the efficiency of CO2 heat pump systems to be used for the heating sector (i.e. water heating and space heating) in Northern China. The research presented was conducted in partnership with Xi’an Jiaotong and Shanghai Jiaotong Universities.
Huayi Compressor Barcelona | New compressor series for light commercial refrigeration lowering energy consumption by Vicente Guilabert
This presentation will share R290 solution for light commercial plug-in freezers, with up to 5% energy savings with the new compressor series of the company, the NUS range. The company has developed and launched the new and highly efficient product range for R290 LMBP not only in Europe but worldwide, including China, which is an important market increasingly focusing on the environment and energy efficient solutions. They will share the real life test results from an existing freezer low back pressure (LBP) where the whole system energy saves energy with the new NUS range R290 low medium back pressure as compared to the previous existing NUT range R290 LBP.
LU-VE Group | Highly efficient air cooled heat exchangers for CO2 applications by Stefani Filippini, Umberto Merlo and Livio Perrotta
This presentation will showcase that an appropriate choice of heat exchanger technology is a fundamental condition for obtaining COP values form CO2 cycles and the different solutions of heat exchanger technologies. Data from existing installations in the region will be provided to show that reductions of the airflow and coil front area can be achieved as well as lower fan consumption, smaller size and some production cost savings, even with the increased use of copper.