Design-build firm Stellar will help develop and promote Opteon in industrial refrigeration projects, including retrofits, following a partnership agreement with with Chemours Co., a global chemistry company. Opteon refrigerants are hydrofluoroolefin (HFO) based.
Danfoss entered into a collaboration with Microsoft to bring domain expertise in refrigeration and HVAC to the cloud. The cloud-based services, to be delivered through a platform powered by Microsoft Azure, will enable food retailers to reduce food loss, reduce energy consumption and optimize overall store performance.
The 25th IIR International Congress of Refrigeration (ICR 2019), which was held August 24-30 in Montreal, welcomed over 850 participants from 45 countries. The event also welcomed over 650 papers, nine workshops, 10 IIR Commission and Working Group meetings and four technical tours.
Bacharach was recognized for excellence in product design in the 16th annual Dealer Design Awards Program, sponsored by Process Cooling’s sister brand, The Air Conditioning Heating & Refrigeration News. Bacharach’s Parasense refrigerant management software was the Gold winner in the Contractor Services & Software category.
From Mexico, to Burkina Faso, to Australia, the world’s first Refrigeration Day takes place today, June 26. The International Institute of Refrigeration — Europe’s independent intergovernmental science and technology based organization which promotes knowledge of refrigeration — spearheaded the development of the first World Refrigeration Day.
Operators, system engineers and planners will gather June 27-28 in Schaffhausen, Switzerland, for the eurammon Symposium 2019. The event, in lectures and a panel discussion, will deal with questions of future-proof solutions in cooling applications.
The Danfoss Mobile CO₂ Training Unit will extend its stay in the United States to give installers, service technicians and OEM engineers in the Baltimore area another opportunity to receive accessible CO₂ refrigeration systems training.
The National Hockey League (NHL) and The Chemours Company announced a multi-year partnership focused on providing Opteon sustainable refrigerant solutions to ice rinks across North America. Opteon refrigerants are non-ozone depleting and have a low global warming potential (GWP). Many community rinks currently use HCFC-22, which is being phased out pursuant to the Montreal Protocol, or HFCs, which are being phased down through the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol.