This is the second A-Gas acquisition on the European mainland in less than a year.
The guidelines recommend an audit of the system every five years and includes templates that operators can use to create their own maintenance and operational procedures.
This two-step approach prevents hydraulic shocks, thereby improving the overall safety of the refrigeration system.
Plants in northern Europe are reporting major efficiency gains by raising operating pressures from 120 to 130 bar.
For cold rooms, CAREL premiered DC Cella SPLIT, which combines HECU, UltraCella and EVD ice.
By reducing the refrigerant leak rate users not only reduce costs but mitigate supply risks as prices continue to increase and refrigerant production decreases.
Now even the hottest regions like the Middle East and Australia can enjoy all the benefits CO2 has to offer.
The cylinder fleet is enormous providing contractors with a swap and go system.
There were very small expansion valve adjustments, and coil distribution was perfect, according to Van Ernst Refrigeration sales engineer, Chris Harland.
To eliminate any risk of a leak, 30 hydrocarbon refrigerant safety sensors were installed at low level, and wired back to the control panel.
With gases such as R-404A beginning to be phased out, CO2 is becoming an attractive option for a wide range of applications.
The new EPARTS spare parts software is available to all users free of charge.
Chemours said XP10 is the ideal replacement for R-134a in both new and existing systems.
With the largest footprint in the industry by far, Actrol are continuing to expand with several more branches set to open in 2018.
Applications include supermarket display cases, unitary air conditioning and chillers without flooded heat exchangers.